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: July 3, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."


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'I A current or drawing account
E at the bank is one kind of busi
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ness oil.
Wheels 1 !; -

J 1 I I WARNING Of Trade '
1 i Your money's safe here. Not
I, at all safe at home-or in your

E INAI3OX'!' | I Irn: Easier ,I office often safe.as you Draw like.on it bas )' check

When Oiled !
E To the Public, aqd Especially :I
E: If you want to write a nice letter you can do it if you have '
t= nice stationery. You're in a box if you haveu't the paper, and
paper is in a nice box if you buy it here. We have many styles.POSTOFFICE to Marion J.' Money lent to responsible peaea

E I. pIe, on gilt edge security.
DRUG STORE Countia s.

EE I Notes and drafts discounted


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1EE Bankers Ii
1h We issue bank drafts-low
... This is to put you on notice that if
OCA LAFLORIDA.: charges.
... ::: you are of a nervous temperament
and like quietness repose, tranquility,

711111111111111111111111111111IIllUlull' 111 111 I IIII1111111l11111111lIIlIIIC etc., on a celebration day, don't cometo

Ocala on The Fourth of July,for it .- r--.. .. ..... ....-
-- will not be a place to your liking. s ;su-u-t nsssLnsszsss ssls ssunsunsssu24uti!gS\5X''! ''s "
Everything points toward a noisy

display of patriotism on that day.
I The merchants who handle the : A. n,
implements of noise have laid in an

unusually large block this year and [I q
the prospects for the somnambulist

having an ideal time in Ocala on

Saturday:: are discouraging indeed.

The committee have prepared the f Special Sale of White Goods |

following program for the day but

the many additional features that I and Embroideries !

naturally follow will make it one

nil ptiCe Reserved for D.S. Woodrow,Phosphate and Timber Lands. Ocala Fla. long to be remembered by those present r Don't fail to see the wonderful values in Insertions .

on the occasion. m Beadings and Edgings at IDC. Way

FOHENOOX.I down prices on all Colored Lawns, Etc.
SASAILI2ASET2: SASSIS. Local Editor Mr. B. Speigner Anderson went I 10:00-Parade and National silute _

down to Leesburg Tuesday afternoonon by Ocala RUles.lO30Foot I

LOCAL HAPPENINGS.Dr. business.Mr. 10:45-Foot races races for for whites.colored. I A mu LINE[ OF f GENTS'[ FURNISHINGS I

and Mrs. S. A. Standley returned -

T, Slaughter was in from Monday afternoon from a visit to 11:00-Sack races for whites. AND LADIES'[ AND GENTS' SHOES.

L,von Monday.Mr. White Springs. 11:15 Sack races for colored. hi ', ..
11:30-Shoe and stocking race for
J. F. Crawford has gone to Master Wilbur Smith entertained a whites. :
F We are making a feature of our MILLINERYand
M.dlnn on a visit. number of his little friends with a 1
:45-:5l.1oe and stocking for
race .
> Ladies' Trimmed Hat Department
graphophone party Tuesday night. fI
R v.J. P. Hilburu returned Monday colored.
'from High tarings. Mr. Isaac Stevens returned Tuesday 12:00-Pie eating contest for colored. l l

Mrs.John Croft baa returned from I. been from visiting High his Springs family! where for he several has make 12:3)their-The bow contesting to the fiddlers public from will I Remember the Red Front .
a vUit to relatives at
days. the platform, after which"hostilities"will

Mr. Warren Holtzclaw, of Candler, Mr. Fred Vogt of this city, played cease for one hour for dinner. ssu-SS1sLSS1su2 sszszsissss RStss':'- "s .J..s1 .1' 5MOSQUITO +

wu a visitor to OCIiIIIo Monday.i r bill with the Live Oak team in AFTERNOON.1:30Display ,
by Ocala Fire Depart.
Hon C. M. Brown went down to the series of games against Tampathis merit.200Fiddlers'.

Brooksvllle Tuesday afternoon. week.
Convention. (Each

Mr. H. -artmann of Citra, Mr. Thomas W. Lutz, formerly of contestant is allowed ten minutes.)! r CANOPIES.

registered. at the Montezuma Tues this city, has moved from Chaires andis After fiddlers, contest, the dancingwill .

now making his headquarters at take place. y Nickel
F plated
day. .
: : :7.b
Mr. Claude Hanlon, of.Ocilla, Ga., Tallahassee.Rev. Both the white and colored baseball *. 'r :', .X, Patent frames.

U the guest of his brother, Mr. Leon 'Mr. Clountz, editor of the teams have arranged for games. ; Plain nets and

Hanlon. Southern Baptist, at Gainesville, is in Mr. S. A. Standley will be marshalof .' with lace.

returned Monday Ocala in the interest of his excellent I the day, and will appoint his aids. r *
Mr.Bennie Condon ; I Bobinet nets.
Come to Ocala the Fourth of
on .
from Lake Weir, where he spent publication.Dr. ;
.. Plain and lace
July or you will regret it to your ,
Sunday. _____ W. H. Powers has concludedhis
dying day. j4; 1i' 'I trimmed.
Mr. Abe Ross, a pioneer of the visit to Nashville Tenn., and is ,'
Withlacoochee section, was in Ocala now the guest of his sister in I ( OCALA FURNITUBE.

Monday Columbus, Ohio. F

Mr. Will Cox, who spent Sunday in Messrs. R. E. Davis and C. C. -1I E. C. SMITH, Prop

Obala,returned to Dunnellon Monday Thomas, prominent Gainesville law- I

afternoon.Mr. yers, were in Ocala :Monday on

B. R. Easterling, of Martin, is legal business.Col. Mr. Will Veal, of Early Bird, was Mr. W. W. Harralson and son,

among the prominent visitors to Ocala. in Ocala Tuesday. James, returned Sunday from a visitto HUBBARD & MAODUK'ARDWAR
W. N. daughters
Camp ----- Tampa and are again the guests of
Monday. Kev.J. P. Reevers, of Spring Park,
and Mr. Ben R. Rheinauer of this city
)lr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford.
Mrs. Theodore T. Munroe has re- sailed Monday from New York for was in Ocala Monday.Mr. .

visit to St. Mrs. J. H. Beville who has been
turned from a month's: ,
Europe to spend the summer. and Mrs. Robert L. Anderson E
Augustine.Mr. ----- visiting her sister, Mrs. W. P. Haisleyfor
R. C. Middleton the returned Tuesday afternoon from a
Mr. popular
several weeks returned to her
William Hocker returned Tuesday -
few visit to Jacksonville.Prof. .
from a professional visit to turpentine operator of the Ocklawaha home at Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, AGRICULTURES! P LR

Jacksonville.Mr. section, was in town Tuesday on business .Tom McBeatb,of Jacksonville,
and was a guest at the Club has accepted the chair ')f Greek and G. H. Mathis and Mr. E. M. BARBED WIRE CUT AND MENTS, DEERE })LO''B.WIR ,
and Robert L. Anderson Blake, who have been in Ocala duty
Mrs. House. English in the East Florida Seminaryat
ing the watermelon and cantaloupeseason NAILS PAINTS PLANET JR. GROVE
have gone to Hampton Springs, near Mr. M. C. Morrison, of Island Gainesville.Mr. CUL

Perry, for a short visit.Mr. Grove, is in the city and will be the left Sunday morning for
J. W. Gates, one of Anthony's Blackville, S. C. OILS, VARNISHES, ATTIVATORs:, ALL KJXu
of his brother and sister Mr.
guest ,
D. S. Woodrow went to Sea- sterling citizens and a successful tillerof
breeze Sunday afternoon to join his and Mrs. W. C. Barnes for a few the soil, was among the visitors in Quite a party of Ocala people went LANTIC WHITE LEAD, OF GARDEN TOOLS, .
days. to Silver Springs Sunday morning
wife and daughter for a few daysMr the city Tuesday.Mrs. .
Messrs. F. E. Williams and J. R. and enjoyed a trip down the run on ALL KINDS OF COOKING STOVES

J. B. Cutler after spending Williams George McGahagiu went to the "William Howard," Capt. J. H.
prominent turpentine operators -
Sunday in Ocala with his wife returned and merchants of dewberry, Plant City Tuesday afternoon to Howard's new boat.r. GLASS AND PUTTY, HEATERS, GRANITE

to Dunneilon Monday afternoon.Mr. visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. IL L.
business visitors to Ocala Mon
were Kennedy, a short while. G. S. Anderson, of Auburn, IRON PIPES AND FITAXD TINWARE, CUT.

George Van Echop, formerly day. Alabama, who has been spendingsome

of thU city, but now of Charlotte, N. Cures Sciatic. Mrs. Ed L. Wartmann, of Citra, time in Ocala, the guest of his TINGS, EVERYTHING LERY, IRON AND STEEL

C.,has gone abroad to spend the sum- Rev. W. L. Riley. L. L. D., Cuba, was among the arrivals at the Monte- son, Mr. B. S. Anderson, returned

ffier. He will spend most of the New York, writes:After fifteen daysof zuma hotel Tuesday afternoon. tine home Monday afternoon. N THE LINE OF BUILD BOLTS, ROPES, PULLEYS,
excruciating pain from sciatic rheumatism -
time at his old home in Paris. returned home Wednesday.Mrs. .
under various treatments, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Middleton.of MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE

)Jr. Thomas E. Pasteur the popular I was induced to try Ballard's Snow F. A. Teague and daughter, Pomona,were in the city Tuesday on
the mst applicaton givingme
county treasurer, returned:: Tuesday Sara Louise, Miss Jean Teague and their way to Ocklawaha for a visit to
first relief,and the second, entire
Afternoon from Glen Springs, 8. C., relief. I can give it unqualified rec Miss Sallie Teague went"to Lady relatives. This is Mrs. M's. first visit LARGEST

tf 'Where he has been for some weeks ommendation. 25c,50c and 1.00 at AntiMonopoly Lake Tuesday afternoon to spend -a to this section of the state and she is
Ocala Fla.
[ put for the benefit of his health. Drug Store. m week or ten days. I greatly pleased with it. Hubbard & Macduff, ,
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Ttf Weekly Ic&istTu Record: real estate lint, whether it be a city I .. .

OC LA. lot oratzrpeatineor phosphate loca Spring Medicine .. : I

tion, or, if one desires information in I There Is no other season when good

regard to this section of the state, medicine is so ranch needed &3 in the
lbs Thriving Capital of Marion I
either Messrs. JIunroe &: Chambliss or Spring.

CeuBty-The Getter of a Greats )Ir. Bareo of the Commercial Bank The blood Ii impure, weak and GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES I

and Prosperous Section./ will take great pleasure in furnishing inporerisbed condition indicated' '

r Ocala, the county seat of Marion JL I by pimples and other eruptions on the

county, is one of the best built and face and body, by deficient vitality,
tt located towns In Florida. A fine loss of appetite;; lack of strength, and
In this issue of the Record rill be |i want of animation.Hood's .
county courthouse occupies the center .I AT PYLES'
found an article dealing in particular
(If a large square, which is surrounded! ; Sarsaparilla
with Ocala, the live and progressive i
on all side by solidly built, substantial I
I and Pills
metropolis of Marion county, Fla. .]|
brick basinet blocks which con
There is not a mor prosperous sec i :Make the blood pure, Tigorotu and
tinue Bcmft distance! in all directions '6
tion in the state than in radius of I rich, create appetite, give vitality, I
the four the j
upon streets surrounding
fifty miles oO-'&14. There is a good strength and animation, and cure

fcquare. A fair estimate would give farming country backing: up every I I all eruptions. Dare the whole family Yes We AdmiMUe Can't It

the town about 2-jO stores, many of begin to take them today. Deny
side of the little city; there are some j
which compare favorably with the "Hood's S&mpirlKa naa been used In
of the strongest and most progressive ocr Us&r tor some time, and sprays wiUi I
large etorts of much larger cities.
turpentine and lumbermen in the rood resnXs. Last prt=f I was all ruadown
The present population of Ocala is state shipping through and dealing &:11 got a bottle of It, and as uL1received These fire the Lowest Prices

about 6,000, which, with the many : gnat be ef t." Mua Baton
directly with Ocala there are a variety -
; I ROT[%, Etowe, Vt.
surrounding farmers and truckgrowere -
of industries to give employmentto Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to

supply profitable trade to its merchant the people and to keep money in I cure and keeps the promise. We Save Heard of.
?. The city has fully fcix miles I
circulation. It U an up-to-date, I
ia its i column
often represented
: not
of hard, rock paved Duetto, and mazy
worthy community, and its future is So DOT Mr. Editor if will grantus
of the residences are very fine. The you
one of great promise.-Industrial
1 school system b an excellent one, the some of your valuable pace occasionally -

average enrollment being about 5M Record I will try and send you the

pupils. Artesian water of fine quality MOSS BLUFF. happenings of our village, which will Dress Goods .1 I Shoes

4 in all probability interest some of ...... .. '
id furnished by a good waterworks life SU-Ile Ratite for HC MI.OII St. John liirkmair* MlSI.IS _
Tee rainy season has set in and our readers. lOc Flonulora: l&ti..h' for........ soI .. .-
Six fine churches well your Ml 7rTftr
system. Of iih-rlit': I-iiich Halite for V10f
Attended and supported. There aregood farmers are taking advantage of it to We regret to learn of the death of I While Latin for vf $1.2.-, foul \\'ids" SliiM-

enlarge their potato crop Mrs. Sj-aulman. which occurred hereon ? Rev Dim j' Tor ofTe !I.T5 M. John liirkinair* ul war
city hall and armory building, Flowered Latrn for ............... of $1.00 I..idif..* Ovr ni.. >*
a good military company, a good fire Crops throughout the section are the 27th of June. The remains Large lot fie Calico, .. ........ of M.G5 Itrouii Donswla: drip Hit

department, a good public library, looking specially fine. Cora and were interred in the Pleasant Hill Shirts !Sl.'J.l: I..idit...*
free delivery of mails! ,an active Board cotton can't be eat. cemetery.Mr. Sl.ti.l; Don:. hip I.:..'.' 71c
The Moss Blufl Sunday school will Guy BUtch is visiting at Willis- <>."><. (ii-tool Made Shirt.. .... :. -e
of Trade with sixty-two memberstwo 75f; l'u-tnutfadeFancy' Miirl* ; Uarranled Inner

; good daily papers, two strong hold children's day services at the ton this week. SI CiMoui Made Fauej Miirl-. fire 25'. A Onler MilfMilld 7tA:

Congregational church on the second Mia Sallie Aiken who has been
banks, with another, Lien will be a All Straw Goods at Reduced Prices. Large Lot of P. C. C. and Nel'.a Corsets, an; tf+.. MI.
national bank, preparing to open. Sunday in Jr.l.). The program is a spending a few days with Mrs. Brig .

The Atlantic Coast Line and the lengthy one, and there will be dinner ance at Ocala, returned home Sundalr. ). -

Seaboard Air Line railroads are both on the grounds. We extend to the ) E. G. Worthington, of )Iorr -

hauling large quantities of vegetablesand editor of the Ocala Banner a cordial ton, was among the visitors in Blitch- You Will Always Find Here a Complete Lm. .f

invitation to be with us. .
ton Sunday.The
watermelons grown on the surrounding -

farms, which are among the Mrs. J. B. Rousb recently visited ice cream supper list Monday STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

test in the state, and from relatives here. night at Mrs. Carter's in honor of

Mrs. R. A. Higgins, of DeLeon Misses Kate and Maud Robinson! of
twenty to ninety carloads of Call and see the samples of ARGO PORTRAITS--- new finish --a perfect

produce per day are now being Springs, is here on a visit to her son, Willi=ton, wa greatly enjoyed by all reproduction from photograph or tietjpe. I am hating pictures enlarged .
( for customers free and furnish
mj an elegant frame at a nonHal
Mr. L. P. Waterman.
shipped from this point. who were so fortunate as to be f resent cost. Call and have the plan explained to you.
Miss Leona lt'hiteleaves in few
Ocala has eight good maunfactur-
days for a visit to friends in Columbia
log plants in operation, and all seem : Mr. Wallace Akin resumed his position

S. C. We wish her a pleasant time. I with the Newberry Phosphate
to be doing a profitable business. The S. R. P-3rI1is
Ocala Foundry & Machine Works is Mr. John T. Lewis has just return 'I Company at ohnsville Tuesday. +

ed from the East Coast where he has BLITCHTONIAN.GAITERVIIIE. .
doing a fine business, and under the
beeu buying pineapples for the H. P.
; able management of Mr. B. S. Anderson .. -it
Stanley Company, of Chicago. He
will soon be materially enlargedto .. HI
reports the crop the largest in the r
accommodate the fast increasing Gaiterville U wetter this week than .
history of that section, but prices I I I .. .
I usual. the church here last Wednesday, Rev. I P
were low on account of the Cuban J. F. EDWARDS'BIG
Ocala is one of the best markets in Jibs Dora McConn is suffering froman I
I Cole of O ala, presiding.
and Bahaman crops coming in at the ,
the state for horses and mules. The attack of fever, but it is not serious
old who
same time as the Florida Bob.Joiner an man WHISKEY
writer does not remember having and she will be about again soon. for HOUSE
Many of our citizens are losing I been with J. B. many
seen as generally fine stock for a long
Sir. Mitchell Stokes left the past
their horses from the and if I years, died very suddenly last Wed.
staggers, Gainesville
time as at this place. At the large week fur his home in Bristol, Fla. nesday. and Ocala. Fla.
any of the Ocala Banner's readers 00 -- _
stables ileseis. Crosby & Hall may Mr. Stokes has been in Gaiterville Mrs. J. W. Stevens and Mrs. J. L. -
know of a remedy we should be gladto : -
be found everything in horse or mule about a year and while here he made Grantham, of Ft. McCoy, were hereon !
see it in print.
flesh, from the$){JO high-stepper down I II many friends who regret very muchto Monday to visit Miss Blanche -v C,
If all of our people who are con
to the patient turpentine mule. I lose him.Sunday Stevens, who is attending the normal.Turner's ,. t -
I M-
templating going to Ocala on the -.
Speaking of turpentine reminds me school at Cedar Grove :was .s, = .: :
Fourth out their intentions I .- :1
carry Pond Picnic. ..
that Marion U of the .
county one omlttted Sunday owing to Heidtsville .,- Mi
Moss Bluff will be well =
represented There will be a picnic at Turner's -
largest! turpentine producing countiesin celebrating children's day. Many of M .
thereon: that day. We all want to go Pond July 10. Everybody is cordially :.. _r! :e iSx
the state, something like $1-500OUO Gaiterville's young people attended f __
being invested in turpentine operations for we know that Ocala always givesus it. invited to come and bring all their -o= !.I _.

a good time and never does thingsby friends. Also to bring well filled :: -- I ,
there. Add to that V,( ),O00 Mr. Henry E. Braaa left last week '
halves. REX. = .
invested in phosphate mines, Sl/I!<;- Madison county, where he will baskets. ":: : ,

000 in lumber productions, another STAGGERS OF HORSES. remain until after the Fourth,visiting Remember the date, Friday, July I 5 : 4w a JP

g1O $),(%JO in truckgrowicg and general relatives and having a good time gen 10, 1iU3.! -

U farming, $1,000,00) in stock raising, We leara that there are a good erally.Mr. All those who enjoy dancing will F.UIOI.SA\miM.it_ : un ('11- -11I:11U, ------ ..,

find a platform ready for said amusement. -
very large Investments in cotton many horses! and mules dying over A. C. Chancy leaves this week FINE WINES WHISKIES and BRANDIES.

growing and you find a Munt)' of the country with a dU!!i I""?, in moat for a tour of fun and pleasure some My fi,oo Rye.. or Bourbon. at.._ -....--- yl.13 My $400 Cm at. .. ..
Be and bring My S5oMj ._,_... ...... :" --
wealth sure to come boys, ., Mr l.oo Yonk
and ? l'arolq.
importance second to cases, resembling staggers, and we where-A plawhicb he says H ],119 .II. ........ 1.56 Vy it* Cw.w C
sweetheart with My 4-oa ..... ... ... .. Mi. .0., .r.M
none in the state. give the below clipping from the agricultural known only to him. Although we: your you. My zoo Gin at .......-...._...-_... _-........-.3.. .".S M sty, Boa j 99 I...
Ocala has several The editor of the Ocala Banner isespecially My S, i lumber plants have idea where the te .d Aaat at 50
department no
of the Atlanta place we The ,lug anti Keg rafici
invited to be present.J. a Sltt1.'lltl .'Mturt"
which the mill
among of Mr. C.'I. Constitution bearing upon the matter wish him much pleasure. Inscndiagyourordenaiwayssendenough .
D. WILLIAMS. toc".UU..eo.tol t..a a.IMIgalloDjuglst.galiolijug ,tya .
Grace is prominent While Mr. hoping it will be of interest and Everybody is looking forward to Isell more; whiskey and,2St betttr:3'gallODJUg.1SC: kegs 11.
Grace is supplying all the produce of Early Bird, Fla. est goods and lull measure.A wbEskeythaaacS ho.eta P1.rda.eecaa.. g.g f-...
benefit the
to stock owners generally: i I pifoii' on the Fourth. Stokes trialordel'wiltcon. nceyolJ U..Lt..earet !.
oF i' ; ti t4 T.
both saw and planing mills he it I am not confident, but I venture to i II Ferry U a grand place for a Fourth of ionrsanitonstot+e J. F. EDW A.RDS.

reaching directly for the orders of suggest that it is what is commonly July picnic and a large number will

; called "blind $ We like best call S -- --- .:jJ'b
surrounding turpentine, lumber and staggers" (cerebros-pinal t I be present. We see no need of any to -- -

phosphate! men, and makes a specialtyof meningitis) Your description of the one leaving Gaiterville to have good $ SCOTT'S EMULSION $ .
conditions :feed, etc.,) and .jrntoms II D AWOm D F els
supplying material for camp, commis&aries it not sufficiently complete. In a bad time the Fourth, so everybody come. I a food because it stands so em- .

etc. case of this disease it is hardly worth : Bet wishes for a Glorious Fourth to phatically for perfect nutrition. g
Anew industry, first factory of its while. to attempt. to treat it. In mostnstances I the editor. UNCLE JOE. 0 And yet in the matter of restoring .
d appetite, of giving new J ,
kind in the world, will Boon be in that are severe the animaj' t has frequent
strength to the tissues f headades a"bad t
I especially 'yS tide of
soon loses the power tcjswallow.: The I ORANGE SPRINGS, Ppente 1nabllity to tteTeea, '"tu k r t
here. aeep !
The ,
operation Seymour Cross to the nerves, its action is that taeling,ibis cot ecessartl1 xrd m ;' "; a :eIt's .
following is a standard treatment some du-e tera.e ,,
tie Hewer and Veneer
Mill Companyare of a medicine.
where the animal ran swallow a I I The Normal Institute continues to S fiend for tree ample the Liver.
having new machinery built, and drench bolus: Give at once one I SCOTT & cow:r.., ucmbts,

will soon have a factory in active operation ounce of baroados aloes; also give 1 to increase in attendance. The addi 409.415 Pearl.and Street,+,I.oo, ; all drugi.l.FOlEY'SIIONIYA.mTAR ScrrYrvlLSx. ; Don't fa.Il' to get today at your t.nIn1su! a bctu.

Mr. Seymour has lately gold 2drams of the solid extract of belladonna tions for the week just ended being I

to Mr. II. S. Hall a half interest in his alternating every three hours Miss Bertha Brown, Webster; Miss BERDINE

invention with 30 drops of the tincture of I Alice Vanse, Johnson; Miss FlosjieKyals
at a very handsome figure
aconite root !and blister the spine, Ill Quickly and surely restore the Liv ,
Xorwalk Luther Rhode Fort : KJd
and there is now ample capital to neck and throat. If the animal cannot I' ; f rcIJUd- '. lure. So opialaa feel]....0 airIIeoW 4aII3 to sir,novas l f..uL- l"
Brooke; Alice Meggs, Herbert Pe- ta.icg use til .
back this new and swallow 50 a
very important inject hypodermically I cots: ALL >
I under gram, Orange Springs. The interest D8VCCISIS.HfiHHE .
invention, which is destined to revolutionize ( the skin) one quarter grain

1 the manufacture of both doses of sulphate of atropla every id active and the work of a high Jery Burnett,

hour, six or eight hours as the case order. It is Safe to say that at no
ties '
,;:. crO and veneer. may seem to demand. When the I II Merchant L"T.UU.ISIUU II \ 1n: .
I place in the state can a student receive -
investors, settlers, mechanics symptoms abate give such food as the
; laborers and men of all occupations horse will eat,keep fresh, cool water I more nearly just what he needs BROTHERS'CASH

will find first class opportunities constantly before him and keep the :o for actual school worK than here. Tailoring.Ocala .

and a warm welcome at stable clean and Ilentof fresh air. : The literary society is a valuable Florida. MAIL ORDER HOUSE

adjunct to the regular work. On Finest and
Ocala. One of the firms from whichto Imported
BLITCHTON.Mr. I Domestic Cloths. Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
acquire information is that of J. H. every Friday night there is an interesting

Livingson &:; Sons: whose long experience Editor and friends of program rendered. Cuttinga: SpecialtyFits j Authorized Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in Wm. J. Lt*}
the Ocala Prof. Brinson and Handy Graham Guaranteed.FiLEYffONEYAmTAR. Brewing Go's J
and perfect knowledge of both Banner I St. Louis Beer.
proud to
say that we enjoyed an outing in the big scrub
city, county and state, enables themto Blitchtonians

at once meet any want in the ly visits of the still Banner welcome, but the we week.. east of the Ocklawaha hut SaturdayThe 1246-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville Fla' ,

are Methodist conference met with Cures Cotdii PrtveiiU P".aaMII PRICE LIST rPOAPPLICATION. ij


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tUZABITa EASSIS. Local Editor An Eloquent Sermon.A MozoLiddon.Wednesday l Birthday Party.
wt, S. A.
great many patriotic and eloquent ,June 4th, at 8 o'cloct I The following unique invitations LEE MILLER

LOCAL HAPPENINGS. orations in the north and in the south a.m.the Presbyterian church at Stark were issued several days ago:

will be delivered on the 4th of July, Miss Lnla Liddcn and Mr. GeorgeW. 7 Boys and Girh-7 years old are S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

but none will deal more largely Mo/o, of Kent, Georgia, were invited to help Lois Lindsay celebrate
W. D \11 will speak at ,
Soft. It more eloquently in patriotic truths! I united in marriage her 7th birthday Friday, June 26, 'ti3,

ptfHDlak gprinc: on the Fourth. concerning this day than did the The bride wore a blue traveling 3 to 5 p. m. You are 1 of the 7. Livery Feed and Sale Stables

sermon of the Rev. Henry W. Little ,
f Emma k Tucker U now con gown with large picture hat of butte In response to the invitations the
)rile of Grace Episcopal church last Sunday colored maline and she carried a
a revival krvlce at Lake seven boys and girls met at the manse
morning. bouquet of bride roses and carnations. wit h little Miss Lois Friday after

; CUy. __ -- He took a very broad view of the The maid of honor, Miss Sue LiddoI, noon and right merrily did they cele We carry the most completeline

flu Marion county schools get things which led up to the separation wore white organdie and large white' brate her birthday. All sorts of of Harness, Saddles, etc.,

$..|051? of the Indian war claim1gDd from the mother country and said picture hat. games were played and late in the in central Florida, and will give
that in no city in the United States Mr. and Mrs. Mozo left immediately! I afternoon the children were invited
our patrons the lowest
#r. Iud Mr*. Jasper Geiger passed (and he spoke as an Englishman) after the ceremony for their future into the dining room, where sweets of very -

through Ocala en route for Inverness would the 4th of July be more heartily home itf Georgia. various descriptions were served. The prices. We are thoroughly : ; ,

80Dda1.I _ ,_ celebrated next Saturday than in The bride as Miss Liddon was well I principal decoration of the table was equipped for fitting out turpen-

lUcbardson, of Homo- London under the very shadows of known here, having visited her coa- seven candles symbolic of seventh
I Cal>&. E. B. tine and lumber teams, gear,
resident of Ocala, the house of parliament and the sin, Miss Johnnie Liddon on several birthday of the little hostess. She
...., formerly a """'
etc.We ,
palace of the king. wagons,
through the city Sunday; occasions. was assisted by her mother and

on his: way to Jacksonville The preacher took for his test :I Misses lola, Johnnie, Cairo and Miss Bettie Ray Mclver in entertaining u c.. aw i. .r.

afternoon ---- Sim. 10:'1. "And Saul also went Rhoda Liddon, ot this city, were her guests. always keep on hand a full line of Columbus andj Summers

alt Robert for Munroe Asheville, mother, X. and C., home to Gilbeah; and there went present at the marriage of theii I Miss Lois was the recipient of a Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons.

jfeUr, left with him a band of meu whose
cousin. number of
birthday remembrances
Tuesday and trill lie 8ue for the J pretty North Side Court lIotl {.. Ocala Ma
M Bfr. Tbtlr friend wish them hearts God had touched" and paid! Very Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea I and tbe afternoon was a

sojourn. eloquent tribute to that "bind of "About six years ago for the first happy one for both the hostess and
plraaDI ,_ _
men" who wrote and signed the Declaration time in my life I had a sudden and J her guests.

Fultl'! Kidney Cure purifies the blood tunt'sI I I I of Independence and put to severe attack of diarrhoea," says 3lr, r 2 e 5r a c5C5g 5a5e5 e5 5' 'c rGU .' E5
bY,training out impurities and Alice Miller, of Morgan.Texas. "I got Florida Boy Honored. iI
Cures kidney the test, against the experience and
the whole syblein. relief but it back
up Office of earth temporary came Dr. J. M. Dell, of Gainesville has WE EAT MEAT
Post of the nations the
and bladder troubles protest : I again and again, and for six long yean
Dm Blow.. m the theory of the right of self gov. I have suffered more misery and agony been called by tbe Grady Hospital _
I grow stroLg. Unl..mg..
i who ernment, and he paid a still more I than I can tell. It was worse than Atlanta to a practicing phSl'lcim'sposition I 1.5I
Mia UuwlVague( came up good meat we may as 'elllt'L
eloquent tribute to the wonderful success I death. My husband spent hundred in that institution
i .,end day ago to have her eyes; of the established of dollars for physicians' prescriptions Dr. Dell has a great many friends rn: it alone. There is no strength
Dr. E. T. Allen, returned government I without avail. Final ISI in instead of
operated on by and treatment I I '' L. ,, tough meat- giving
the state who will be -' "
throughout Jo
to her home at Lady Lake by their hands. ly we moved to Bosque county, our "'"'1' 1'1-- :; :; it takes strength to digestit. I
Mr. Little is a broad minded preacher present home, and one day I happened pleased to know that he is successfully rn: P--- ft" !f !
Utility afteruoon.t' noted southern Hi : ; f'i! t, ;{ It pays to be careful inbuying
connected with the .1t1.J
and his sermons are always elevating to see an advertismeutof Cham per- = .. t, .l .... Jl;
returned from lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea and who confident that ; meat be sure to get
, Mia lola LMdon Las and inspiring.! hospital, are ,;.- ; __ f
aUende.1 the wed I Remedy with at testimonial of a man will advance ='s'ue 1"f, # : etr the best-tender and choice.Pay .
the an
where .blt young man: 1I ''
jfurie, '
f +
? i
I Tennis.A who had been cured by it. The ca&e ::0.; : little more if need be and
Liddou.Mb I he
of her cousin Miss Lula exalted position in the profession
I diD, I wa so similar to my o.vi that I con !!: Ii"-
of the 'et
of the putsomefbinginyourstomaehwhich
number gentlemen
will Dr. Dell is of J.)1.
has chosen.
I t. Johnnie and Caro eluded to try the remedy. The result a son PbtJtj' ..
I Dot return for several days yet.Mr younger society set have built a was wouderful. I could hardly realize Dell of Gainesville, one of the most i5I ';' ; will put flesh on jour

I and splendid tennis court in the grove on that .I was well again, or believe it prominent citizens of Alachua coup ..1. ,.ft" rf 1. bones and strong blood in your

I *. It A. Alford daughter, Fort King avenue aud thi vigorous! I. could be so after having suffered along ty.-'Iimes-Union. heart.

Mix Berenice Alford, after. few days healthful and delightful. game is but that one bottle of medicine.
I : Dr. Dell Is well known in Ocala, EDWARDS BROS.
TUlt la Vala, the guests of Mrs. H. giving great pleasure to the young : cured me costing but a fdW cants, visitor to the
borne cured me." For isale by AntiMonopoly having a frequent Stall 2 and 1 City )fnrlU'f. Ocala, Fla.
I U Atderson, returned to their people of the city. I Drug Store. m city and his friends here congratulatehim L ;

! at Port Ingii Sunday afternoon. Every afternoou and morning a on his success! "

crowd of young people can be seen The Cljatt Cattle Company.

i For a lazy liver try TbMThey Chamberlain'sstomach invigorate wending their way towards the tennis A company to be known as the S1CO Reward Situ I
i ( tnd Liver II
the IIv riid, the digestion, court, which is now the most populai Clyatt Cattle: Company has been organized The readers of this paper will lee I
. regulate the bowd:5l1.l\d prevent bil. gathering place in town. with headquarters at Gaines pleased to learn that there is! at least A.F.DFLOTJEST

I lout attack For wle by Anti-Mono- Ocala will soon have some very ville. one dreaded disease that science has ,

, poly 'rug !Store. m expert tennis players. Tbe court is in The company proposes to raise, buy been able to cure in all its stages and

I Mr. and Mrs. C. Cullen\ and children charge ot Mr. Lee Cox. and sell cattle, horses and live stock. that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cureis
known to the
the only positixe cure I
i went to Seabreeze Sunday Besides this court Mr. S. '1. Sistrunk I Messrs. W. W. Clyatt and Veruon medical fraternity. Catarrh being a HARDWARE.Sash .

: afternoon Mr. Cullen will return and Mr. J. J. Gerig have courts in ,. Clyatt of this city, are two of the constitutional disease requires a con-

home tomorrow end Mrs. Cullen their yards, which are frequently in incorporators, each having ten share. stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh

and the children u i M l remain several use. The other members of the roniptnv Pure is taken internally, acting and ,f&),;1' Farming

I are L. J. T. W. Shands and directly upon-the blood and mucous Doors I'iJI' + Tools. .
. wecki They will lid rue guests of Tennis: certainly very popular in Clyatt, .
surfaces of the system, thereby destroying
IIr' W. R. Thomas, Gainesville and C. 0.Drummond .
Ocala now. ,
Mn. D. 8. WOlldrow.I the foundation of the disease -
I Chieflind. t Ready Mixed ,
and giving the patient strengthby
A.RBKM, of Morgantown, Ind., badto Ocala People at Seabreeze. Paints Etc.
in the I Mr. Vernon Cljatt is secretary and building up the constitution and -till
ftoptenorte-vehe times At the Indian Beach cottages those
nature in doing its work.
and treasurer of the company. assisting
and had severe backache
Lltbt a who are already here for the season The proprietors have t!o much faithin
Was cured by ,_
paloi In the kidney. #
are: Mr. and Mrs. \V. M. Martin, of dr. and Mrs. Williams at Home. its curative powers, that they offer

Store.Foley' Kidney Cure. 1W ffice Drug m Ocala,who are spending their third )Ir. and Mrs. J. D. Williams arrived One Hundred Dollars for any case OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS
that it falls to cure. Send for list of
summer in the Seminole; Mr. Martin home Sunday afternoon over the OCALA FLORIDA.
exhibitors testimonials. Address,
Applications of British upends most of his time fishing from Seaboard Air Line. )Ir. and Mrs. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
World's Fair at St.
fortpace at tbe the north bridge, and always returns Williams were married at the bride's Sold by Druggists. 75c.:

Ixrali are coming in very rapidly with a good string. Mr. and Mrs.J. home in Atlanta, Thursday night, Hall's Family Pills are the best. BOILERS 0 ENGINESPipe

ilnc OoL C. I. Watson, secretary of F. Williamson are also from Ocala, Rev. C. B. Wilmer, formerly of this
the British Commission: returned to Mrs. Senator Brown in Gainesville. : and Fittings to 12-in., Valves, Pumps,
The Bungalow. city, officiating
occupying of Sawmills Saws-circular and Belt.
United The Gainesville Sun Saturday drag,
London. His flying trip to the David Woodrow, of Ocala arrived a Mrs. Williams before her marriage contains the following; ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of

Slates promises to awaken a much week ago, accompanied by her young was a Mrs. Ewing and is a charming
keener interest in the exposition. Hon. Chas. M, Brown,of Ocala, the MILL, .AM 31IXIXI3 NIT PPL I UN.IRON -
daughter and maid. They are domiciled and cultured woman.
I distinguished senator whorepresentt.dat
" MUa CArrie Sim ford and Miss Lois ; in the Hawatha. Mr. Woodrow Mr. Williams has been a resident of I I
term of the legislature
the past
t 1'elton, Opelika, Ala., who have will join his family later (,n. Mrs. this city for many years and his large I Mariou and Sumter counties in a. 3 AND BRASS FOUNDERS

been the guests of Mrs. IL G. Blake Woodrow will entertain quite a house number of Ocala friends extend to. : i
r- most efficient: and effective manner, ALL KINDSHOF MACHINE WORK
.sad Mrs. G. M. Martin for several party of friends during her stay.- him and his bride their hearty congratulations is among the prominent arrivals at

week, returned home Sunday. Seabreeze cor. TimesUnion.No and beat wishes.
\ the Brown

These young ladles have made many False Claims. Arrested for Using Mails Fraudently. Senator Brown is a member of the The Ocala Seed Store
friends here who hope they will soon
The propietors of FoleysHoney'; and board of trustees of East Florida
J. H. Crown, of Rocky Point, near
make Ocala another visit. Tar do not advertise "this b! a "sure Gainesville, was arrested Friday and Seminary and came for the purposeof Is the Up-To-Date Concern of this city and will
Thay do not
cure; for consumption.
"R ills fchellie tauter, one of the claim it will cure this dread complaints brought to Oeala by United States attending a meeting of the board. be glad to serve its customers in any way possibleIf

moat popular young ladies at the in advanced cases, but do positively Marshal H. S. Chambers. It is alleged Senator Brown paid Gainesville the we don't carry in our line what you want sendto

the that it will cure in the earlierstages compliment to say that he always
University Florida during past assert that the defendant has been violatingthe
for it
and will it for
and fails to give comfort it of the prettiest us anyway we get you, no
term, stopped in Jacksonville to spend never postoffice regulations in that he considered one
and relief in the worst cases. and he glad to matter what it may be.
a few days as the gueit of Mr. and has been using the mails for fradulent towns in the state, was
and Tar is without
Foley's Honey
: Nra.J. B. XetT and Mr. and Mrs. doubt the greatest throat and lung purposes. The young man was heldfor note the numerous improvements.Big BAXTER CARN
John Martin, before returning to her remedy. Refuse substitutes. Post trial at the next term of the Floral Offerings. ,

home In Ocala. Miss Souter has Office Drug Store. in United States court in the sum_ of The Jacksonville papers say that -

many friends In Jacksonvilletho OO. the funeral of wuwik
floral at
Teachers of the Ocala High School. the offerings rdvwMQw

Mite In wishing! her a lleasant"aca- Mr. John II. \Vorkman, principal. Odd Fellows the late S. B. Hubbard were so numerous

t1oD.- relrpoli3.; ) W.T. Gary. I IIr. The Independent Order of Old Fellows that three wagons were requiredto O mERm L BANK OG ALA

; Mr. C. E. Emory and daughter, Miss Della Moore. held a regular meeting Fridayand ; carry them to the grave.Mr e

!ins Emory, drove down from Or- Mr. A. C. McCall. the following officers were elected Hubbard started his business

'cgrUke Sunday and Mr. Emory Miss Harriet J. Dye.Miss : career; in Jacksonville a poor man and [Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.]

Proceeded to Weirsdale and Miss Mary W. WLlter. X G.-Jake Brown.V. built up a big business and amassed

Emory stopped over in Ocala. Mr.and Miss May Turnly. G.-T. D. Bryant. great wealth by pursuing legitimate CAPITAL 850,000
E. F. Smith. methods. I e
Sec'y. and approved business
Miss Emory have been spending Miss Etta Cam. ', -
Treas.! -J. A. Spencer.The .
he leaves to those
, the winter and spring at Orange )1Is.1Iargaret Taylor. installation will take place at The richest legacy Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited.
Fannie Clark. who are to follow him is the record Attention to all Business
Lake and are BO delighted with Flon- Miss tbe meeting next Friday. Prompt Entrusted to our Care.

da that Mr. Emory has decided to Miss Cora Griffin of a well spent life. Exchange Bought and Sold.
t. Miss Nellie Stevens. People looking for the best drugstore
t" remain here indefinitely. :Miss in Ocala, go to the Post Office When other medicine have failed takeoley'e INTEREST PAID ON TIME

Emory will return to Kansas City on The Grilling Bros. will ship $UOOO, Drug Store. When buying an infallible ? Kidney Cure. It has cured DEPOSITS

the tenth of July but expects to re- worth of peaches from Griffing, near remedy for sore eyes they call for when every thing else has disppointed. M

J- ton to Orange Lake in the fall. Jacksonville. Dickey's Old Reliable Eye Water m I Post Office Drug Store. m


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THE SOUTHERN SLAVEHOLDER. made free those who were most activein Jacksonville Metropolis.
I vilifying the mister solemnly pro- PLAIN SPOKEN.

Ko human being was ever more claimed from their places in authoritythat e0 care MN at..au pm

nA '8 HA3SI2, Siitor.F. severely vilified than the southern the newly made freeman was
McBeath Ocala Man Good Jim Damps' physician oftct
not misrepresented fitted for the duties of Says fell ill.
V. Leareagosl, Business Manager. slaveholder. He. was only responsible
Said he "IllfcmMdraught
to his own countrymen but citizenship, and the ballot, and with EditorBut or pilL"

was grossly disfigured in the eyes of it the wand of legislative,judicial and Said Jim: "Ho, ko.yoa'rt .
on the shelf,
the whole world. executive authority, was placed in his Not Qualified to Have Charge of You who cure other

He never appeared in the public hand for making and administering Florida's Educational Matters. b _ cure Tonrielf" '
Then Jim tent soon
prints except in caricature. He was the laws in the laud of his former Prof. Tom F. McBeath, editor of f orce" to op him,

always lean, lank and cadaverous; he bondage. the School Exponent and one of Flor That's what" he needs""
Sunny Jim.
t wore long hair and a straggling beard, And what is the fruit of his free- .)ida's most distinguished educators,

big boo s and a slouched hit; dom? speaks out plainly hit disapproval

.. a revolver was buckled around (Separated from his former master! Frank Harris for state superintendent

his waist atd a whip was in his by bad advice and worse politics of public instruction. Prof. McBeath orc

hand. He was always thirsting still bis early lessons abide with believes that W. N. Sheats has made
MOTTO: THE BANNER, BELIEVING for gore. him so strongly that the old an admirable officer. He is a staunch The Ke d j-to-Serrs Ccntl
The typical southerner chewed to- slave as a rule is still docile and
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS friend of Editor Harris, but he decUres for doctor
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRI- bacco and expectorated on the floor. diligent, but the instances are not he is not qualified for the position t

AND CADES ITS WITH FIGHT THE WILL COMMON BE MADE PEOPLE FOR, He used language that grated on the rare where be is living in destitutionand be seeks. He quotes an article l and patient

THE: BETTERMENT-OF THOSE AT THE polished ear. He treated his slaves distress. row the Gainesville Hun aud repliesto i

BOTTOM inhumanly-frequently subjecting But of the younger negroes, what of It as follows: !

them to cruel torture and death. them? "It is now sincerely hoped by a large numberof I
FRIDAY, JULY3 1903. the friends of education in the state that
The southern slaveholder, except They are keeping the courts busy. Bu Lstaa TMH CUM. 1
lion, Frank Harris,of Ocala.will at the proper
when put upon his best behavior, They are filling the jails and the pen time present the use of his name as a candidatefor MI wu attacked last Mar by appendicitis. -

A CORD. was a fiend incarnate. itentiaries. They feel that the white the office ot state superintendent of public and.I began All allowed to cut around signs of for recovery a sc .bl.doctor diet
instruction All his life Mr. Harris bas been '
And yet this man was the author of man is his natural enemy and give a zealous advocate progress alongleducationa has and as been a result a wonderful 11'0 ell boon upon to Force me. ,which I have

OCALA, FI.A., June 26, 1903. the Declaration of Independence; he vent to their worst passions. The line, and his work in this direction bas been eaten almost three cases. H. 1L Moua.
marked by the results of successful endeavor.
To the Editor of theTimes-Union.r was commander-in-chief of the armyof home is no longer safe. The wives From a party standpoint the democracy of

Through the columns of your val- the colonies at the time of the aud the daughters need protection on Florida owes much to this man,and the time W9BULLOCK
seems ripe for the payment of that obligation.
uable paper I wish to say to the people revolutionary struggle; he was in the highways. The little girls, indeed Gainesville Sun .

of Florida that I am not a candidate command of the army at Lunday's need protection going and returning -i "There is not In the state of Floridaa AND THE STATE PRESS. ---- -..-

for the office of superintendent Lane and at New Orleans; he was at from school.In finer, truer man, a more forcible ((1 BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE

of public instruction for this state. the head of both wings of the armyin tbat section where whole oceansof and brilliant writer, a more patriotic JiCLIXX'K's BURDEN. ---

I confess that the pretty way in iU march through Mexico and crocodile tears were shed for him The BulleUtorn Btttlt flag .( ti
citizen or a more loyal democraut Hon. ( M Brown, the meteoric

which my name has been handled in was conspicuous in all the battles that the negro cannot obtain honest; labor, than Mr. Harris; and no man in the candidate: for governor is saved no Second florid. RtiniMt.Hou. .

connection with this office is most brought glory to the American arms and for giving play to his brutal pas. state has for him and his qualities of end of trouble l>y withdrawing in favor Ben E. Ruli.f| fUmbrttft,

pleasing to me, but at no time have I in the land of the Aztecs. sions, is burned at the stake! head and heart higher and sincerer of General Robert Bullock. He (>a., former member of Ctlll"..., vu

been tempted by it, and .to friends This man, carcatured as a barba- In view of these facts has not 'he appreciation than has the editor of baa iu other words shifted Iris load.Leesburg .- m TullahariM* a short tlm ago, sea

who have seriously! approached me rian, was an occupant of the white reader history reached the conclu- the Exponent. He would make an Commercial.WILL writes thus iiitert-kliDgly of tb. fc*.

upon the subject my answer baa house almost consecutively for fifty sion that the world owe" the southern ideal governor, secretary of state, .... toric battle flag of the second ........

invariably been no! two years before the outbreak of the slaveholder au abject and .unconditional comptroller or congressman, as he IK) SOMETHING LAFF." BESIDES "JKS II Regiment:

In my judgment it is the most !important Last Friday while walking thrash
civil war. apology possesses) in a high degree, those General Robert Bullock, at present ]
office in the state and a man The conduct of that tells in He deserves to ,' the state capital! boiHibf tt TslMlu>
war occupy a place along- qualities and that training that the county judge of Marion county, is the
who is not a scholar, and has no ex- letters of gold and pictures of siver side the Bible patriarchs. administration of the aflairsof these latest aspirant for the governor's chair. see, I came upon ft* oU bellrt tea
perience in the school room would be battle flag\ of the HHMHMJ FlurW
the of he You
manner man was. no offices demand. But not for state Although his formal announcementhas

as much out of place in it as a bull ina longer have to go Thermopylae, THE CARTOON{ superintendent of public instruction.He not been made, it is expectedthat went of IVrrj gilUat! brif 4f, IV
china shop and liable to do much ensanguined banner ... &rl4
Balaklavaor the Bridge of Lodi for If
has not that practical acquaintance it win be forthcoming in a few
more damage. The cartoon is likea against the wall with ulbM
deeds of bravery that quickens the g with educational affairs that da 'ItilimiIetropolis.: Wf

I have uo experience in practical heart's pulsations into patriotic fire. joke-it is rarely would fit him for assuming chargeover .... relics of the Ute Hvil war I hailed a

school work, I am not a scholar, the And this man too, coutrii ed his enjoyed unless it is the great public educational interests Our Bo\," of Marion could make front of this battle ....'r.J Ie t .to .

printing office alone is my alma full quota in making our judiciarythe & on the other fellow. of the state. His study, his the woods, riut, twenty years ago, but rapt amazcmrut, for I b.4 IK* k M

mater, and I could not on any consideration boast and pride of our country. The political cartoon is simply intended training and his experience have the hand of time while placed upon upon it rinse[ JUttt before the *tini*

think of holding an office The best blood of England, Scot to relieve the campaign of its been along other lines. him considerately, has frosted the of General Lee, thirty *tg*' y.aee

.. the duties of which I aoi satisfied land, Ireland and France flows tension and instead infuse into it a "If the democracy owes Mr. Harrisa temples and robbed him in H measureof I ago.From

that I could not competently perform.I through the veins of this man-immigrants little enprit. debt, and we Shave no inclination to that fire and vigor, yet for his age I 1)61 to 1'-1' tfak prod Mk

appreciate the beautiful and fragrant It is intended he will bad "fioated high," lb. at..t
from the depraved and criminal never as an "attack. dispute it, it should pay him; but maRe one of the most active

bouquets my friends are partial classes of Europe rarely found lodgment If a wasp happens to be concealed political debts should be paid with and tireless campaigns in our history.A illustrious: regiment that KhwWa wM

enough to shower upon me and I in the southern states. beneath a cartoon upon examinationits political coin, and not by drafts upon leading citizen from Ocala told to the battle front IB UKM mmj

;, hope that I may always live to deserve And wbatas the reputed sin of sting will be found to have been the sacred heritage of the helpless Short Talks a day or flO ago that the and heroic day. I did net .,..( .

f them. the southern slaveholder but one of extracted. children of the state. The Exponent backers of General Bullock meant the Second but w'U a KM .Ar to

With whole columns of thanks to inheritance.At The cartoonist takes liberties with stands squarely and firmly and openly business; that they would commenceat the Eighth, yet thh eMi kttttf

i my friends, especially to my editorial the time of the separation from the proprietor of his own publicationand upon the platform: Educators only once to create a central committee I which I am writiBg was a fsariftu

confreres, I subscribe myself; their England and the getting up of a new caricatures him into all sorts of for educational offices and positions! composed of his leading friends and I object to the men i>f l',,"J"* krgali

most obedient servant, ridiculous and leave undone win the bat for four
government on these shores slavery grotesque shapes and If the Sun was intending to pay a nothing to 'I years.

FRANK HARRIS. existed in every colonial state. sometimes takes liberties with him- meaningless:! compliment, it exercised tie.-Timee-Uaion't Short Talks As I stall MOM 1M 1.-.4 t....

.0.. I tier hallowed |.y the M*.i.* ftortfei f
If indeed be sin It dates
slavery a self.The exceeding bad taste; if it was expressing Gen. Robert Builock, <>f Marion j t
Life is short,yet most men outlive back to the time of the Pentateuchand cartoon is the penalty a person move>''t .nd L_|, tNW.IIII" ....
its sincere it wrote
county, i is the latest to be announced I
t their good resolutions. for notorious and such twill UMUWMSe W'ithataibitg.
its stain has marred nationin pays being is wit
every itself down in good
as wanting : judg- by his friends as a candidate for governor. -
history. carried to its highest realms and i la \>n Pines, 0.M iUrter, Fraas
You can always get satisfaction by ment. If this thing keeps up much
The southern slaveholder inherited intended to be followed by smiles, Farm, Neehahkav4lk.ee.d Math
going to law, if you are a lawyer. I I "Certainly, Mr. Politician, if you longer, the Tlmes-Union's "our Bob"
he" did not establish slaveryandwhat laughter and approval and never in a"aus, CbanetJIonvtll, WiMtn.
have but don'tputyour
a debt to pay, pay iti; will find it necessary to do somethingmore
is the account of his! steward. any sense to be taken seriously.If I Spotteylvanla, Stewed CoW Htrtof.Petrl .
Another Ocala man threatens to : fingers into the children'ssacred than "jess lafT" to get even a
ship? it were not for the humorous and j .ur*. Sallu,'. Crrrk .... AH*
"butt in" to the gubernatorial race.The treasure box, the public schools, tie vote in the first primary uuls .
the sunny tempered cartoonist j I matlox; and wheel nm.isit>.M M
Finding and our cam- "
negroes swages, to do it. The people won't stand it. he puts one in for himself.-DcFuuuk
a Punta Gorda Herald is sounding sometimes cannibals, he made them paigns would develop into too much Breeze. have eeu Lw, Jsek.ra I.aue....'...

a bugle blast for bloxham for a docile and a happy people. He fed solemnity and become agonizingly MR. HARRIS' REPLY. .... A. P. Hill and other gnat .....

governor. ______ __ and clothed them. He nursed the monotonous. OCALA, FLA., June 26. General Robert Bullock, an old con approach it with ......*... bis..

Don't let federate veteran of Ocala, has announ and thought ot tie ....ad..... Isis
Where will the next Long Bridge sick and buried the dead. He administered us get mad with him. :Mr Tom F. :McBeath Jacksonville. Fla.

be? Candidates are very anxious to to the needs of the aged and He will some time turn the joke on Dear Sir.-I wish to thank you for ced for governor, and the Hon. C. M. died that it ruigUt teat tNwtpbeelty

say something.It the infirm. The deaf, the dumb, the the other fellow and then, imitating what you say in Thursday's Metropolis. Brown, it is said will retire from the over fifty fields .f ear.a,.. I fctt .S

blind and the halt were never a charge greatness, it will be our time to "jes' You express my sentiments exactly race. Gen. Bullock is one of the falling down aDd
is currently understood that gov- upon the state. The negro was, indeed laff. and 1 have said identically the strongest and ablest men in Florida, It is indeed worth a vial lu Talk'

ernor Jennings will let somethingdrop a part of the family and there Continues the Roll of a BenefacUr. same thing to every friend who has and should he be elected, would honor basee to gala for a m".t qul

at Eustis on the 4th. grew up between them the warp and approached me on the subject the office.-Arcadia News. this old battle tford (, tee ........ fS'"
Although sustaining a loss of half +444
woof of an exacting and tender Rest assured that I love Florida of the rittttwd HofWs. It M.
sym million dollars General Robert
It we are informed that Bullock of Marion
was an Irish philosopher who patby. entirely too well to ever cause her to thrilling theme for U* ***\t, a gR
said the Breakers will be rebuilt larger county, has announced that he will
a man always appreciates what blush on my account. Ions sentiment for ti. paf. a awned
he has Churches were erected for the and more beautiful than it was beforeit be a candidate for governor. He i'll&
when he no longer has it. With sincere wishes, I am memory for tL# hfatortaa. .Ah deer
slaves on every well regulated planta was destroyed by the fire fiend. grand old man and would make a
Very truly yours, old flag, .'IvWi&au kftftfa* *
If all men were as outspoken as tion and they were given the benefitof The difference between Mr. Flagler flue chief executive.-Perry Advo
FRANK HARRIS. tender care aad nwoUv ti Mi for**
friend McBeath fewer responsible the riches of the Christian religion and the average politician is that one cate.
I They will treason I... fur lie LIllI
positions would be filled by incompetent ana the example of benign living. "jes. lafls" and the other "jes' builds." It is said tbat Frank Harris will !
As late the 1780
as year a beautiful I'I .UM'.
persons. Really men ought to be The master made it a part of hid inheritance The faction that can deliberately get not permit the use of his name in I "
young girl was burned at the stake at I "Kctp tt fcr it UU Mf h.rwr If
more frank than they are. to curb the savage instincts its consent to raise voice, or pen, or connection with the office of state Seville, Spain.(:; An enormous crowd, I'' Peer the tiMtk at tt.dtrui u.111. ::..I ..
and brutal passions of the slave. It brush, against! so unselfish a benefactor Superintendent of Public Instruction.He Modest cad bun rf tkc ALike ..<.: "upI'
Mr.'J. F. Sherwood eager and joyous, gathered to witness tile bopr ul awc.M II pa.rdi
editor of the was, indeed, rare that a negro, either rightly should be classed as an should yeild to the wishes of a I
the affair. The girl's offense "
Live Oak young i
Democrat, was the authorof bond or free, ever figured in the courtsof enemy to the progress and upbuilding large majority of the leading papersof I Cholera UfsatHfli.Thi .
the I was her discovery of the means of r
expression, "Our Bob-he jes'lafld" the country charged with a brutal of, the commonwealth.The I Florida. and consent to enter the i.has bug b*+. r..*,.(i s aai II

and not the editor of the Times- oflense and the judicial executions race. He could be an easy winner batching eggs by artificial heat. How the ruoftt d.bte. ui4i foul d.....
: Union. ', the world has moved since that time. I
Ocala Banner
whose editor is
among them could be counted on the over any candidate yet announcedand which Infshtiareruttd.rL It era b

The Punta Gorda Herald says that tips of one's fingers. slated as an aspirant for the positionof he is just the man to beat Mr. The Arizona state building at the cured however wheel pmf
". ex-Editor Frank Walpole is au aspir- Laws were made for the protectionof superintendant of public instruction Sheats.-De Land Record. World's Fair will ccst 525,000, and in All that U Uuoeiarfy uiugn"* ...**

: ant for state railroad commissioner to the slave and their violation by the discussing the governor'sveto style will be a combination of Danish berlaln'.lblic l..... awl l> rrt*

succeed Cornmissinor! Morgan, who is master were often followed by swift of school appropriations, says Prominent gentlemen from about and Moorish architecture.The Remedy and t eo.s
.! about to resign. Mr. Walpole is a and condign punishment. with much force: "There is a growing every other county in the state Have with eaeii Locale, Jnd a e>rN be.le
sentiment that it is not the duty of already been mentioned as possible salary of the king of the little IMbtore.
very bight young 01\ n. Largely a factor leading up to the For sale! by"AMl-Mewitnljr
I separation of the sections, when the the state to sustain so many institu! candidates for governor, yet Bob kingdom of Servia is five times great. .

European critics who have beeu I clash of arms finally came, so implicitwas tions." That is true, and the sentiment Davis' friends assert that he continuesto er than that of the president of the Notice.

: claiming that the hard-rock phosphate the faith of the master in the I is pardonable, in view of the "jest laff" right on. "Our Bob" is United States. .*
Hurry up or yut mu f tit !.* a*
deposits of frequent raida which have
were beginning loyalty the slave that he recentlybeen evidently a Mafer' from "way I
to show made the While the fool puts off until tomor- thot fine large iM pfcoi<4 fait |
of state
exhaustion upon treasury "
signs now to his protection his wife his back. -Marianna Courier.
I I I row what he could do Tent Photogr4ir U BOW _Wf II
admit their error and realize that and his home in behalf of purely local educational today, the wise
and rarely was the bin cut rates ..'..... X..r .atyle. ,.**
the it
Florida miners are in a positionto trust betrayed.So enterprises.-Pensacola Press. No one has whispered it yet, butwhat's guy postpones indefinitely.The ( .
and photos, 6 for **.** aM *.
deliver all that European I the matter with General Miles
k tion consump benign was the teaching and Happy is the woman who can make I man who says nothing may button of ywirdf fw*. o.tI'"* I1
may demand.-The as a democratic presidential possibility !-
American beautiful the cut .** kl u v.hH. .
example of the my pri M OH f
master home I
Fertilizer. so clublike that her husband ?/-Council Bluff (la.) Nonpareil. not win much but Le generally has, a .
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;::::: Hundreds of men in all parts ol the state
ABOUT TOWN. while honoring Cen. Bullock, cannot repress
HAPPENINGS An Ocala CItizen Passes to the
his the "
the feeling that great age precludes po
t Great situlity of his candidacy being seriously regarded.
r \lr.8yd I* Carter, of Gainesville, i iif Beyond His home city will give him a big vote

O&Ia on legal buslneS.l Mr. Penny B. Dukes, a well known from very love of the mao.-fI11atka News.Let's .
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l citizen and business man of this city,
will dance known in history! as the
give ,
: The young breathed his last Tuesday afternoonat

i f Frldey night! after the band concert> 5:30 at the Marion County Hospital "old man eloquent"did his best work WANTED !

General Bullock's
where he had been removed for the after reaching
, )lr. J. K. Christian, of McIntosh, )
present agesBismarck
purpose of performing a surgical
vu* In the city Wednesday on tuslnew. operation.He the "man of blood and

___ had been guttering for some iron" effected the consolidation of the In Ocala on The 4th of July
and made it the first
Mr. John B. Floyd, of Irvine, is time with a complication of diseases German Empire

Long the prominent visitors to and has been unable to attend to busi- i nation of Europe, when he was older

Oc&la! today. new, but an operation several weeks than Gen. Bullock.
Von Moltke, when he led the Get TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE!
ago seemed to ,have. helped him t>o
Pike went to Dunnellaa '
1rLYS.: much' that hop n were entertainedfor man army ill the field against Louis

I Wednesday to spend. few days Napolean andfilled the world with
his complete recovery, but the
with her son, Mr. Will Cox. the glory of his fame, was about Gen
loss of strength and a relapse Tues

Mr.E.8. Upham, of Lake Weir, day put au,lud to his sufferings.Mr. Bullock's age.

Titan of Ooala's prominent and Dukes has for many years resided William Cullen Bryant, who wrote Ocala is preparing for one of the biggest aggregations of pea

in OcaU where he has his "Thanatopsis" at the age of eigh- .
popular$ltOri Wednesday.The always translate the "Odyssy"and ple it has ever been her pleasure to entertain on The Nation'sBirthday
been teen, did not
successful business in various

friend of Mr. Counts Barnes lines; he wits a member of the Ocala t the "lIIia<1" until he was nearly and we are going to do our share in the way of makingour

an Clad to see him out again after an lodge Knights of Pythias; an enthusiastic eighty. guests comfortable during their stay among us. We have

eight weeks' spell of sickness. And Pope Leo XIII is in his 94th
member of our volunteer fire arranged to have plenty of ice water at the corner of Fort King
and is so intellectually vigorousas
Mr. Isaac Stevens returned to High department and one of its organizers.He year l
to be able to attend to the multi- avenue and Magnolia street [old Bazaar Building] for the thirsty. y
Springs Wednesday to spend some was well thought of by all who

time with his eon, Mr. Henry Stevens. knew him and will be greatly mil.ed.1 tuduiom duties of his office. Besides, we want to show the people of Marion and adjoining
General Bullock is intellectually
Everything ever gotten up for the I counties what can be had in Ocala in the way of first classUPTODATE
Mr, d. W. Teague went down toLady and physically vigorous and bids fair
of Ocala elicited his
Like Wednesday afternoon to hearty support.Mr. to live as I long and be as useful in his

ptad a few days with hilt parents and sphere of life as any of the personswe
Dukes was born in Cusseta,
liters.Mr. have mentioned. FURNITURE!
Ala., and was in his forty third year, 1
of Dunnellon Oh General) Bullock is not too
E. W. and has been married twenty three no

vu among the visitors to Ocala Wed years. His wife and daughter, Mrs.C. old.

Deaday and registered at the Ocala T. Strickland, of Waycross:! Ga., j Master Mule Flshel's Party. Your wife thinks that the inside of the house needs fixing upa }

Howe. and sisters, Mrs. R. E. Yonge and I i On Monday night Master Maxie little, and so do you, but you are afraid you can't afford it.

Mr. Herbert Jones is building a nice Mrs. W. D. Condon, of this city, survive Fishel, was the host of a very pleasant -
sidewalk around his Now, right on this point we want to ease your mind by showingyou
fence and recently I him. i party at the home of his parents,

purchased property on South Funeral of Mr. Dukes. Mayor and Mrs. M. Fishel. our choice line of Center Tables, Rocking Chairs,

Third street. The last sad rites were performedover Tne evening was pleasantly spent Lounges Lamps, Pictures, Easels and Bric-a-brac, at

The Star failed to make its appearance the body of the late Penny B. j!I I playing progressive flinch, there prices far below what:you have been paying for the same goods '
i three tables of this entertaining
Wednesday on account of a break Dukes at 4 o'clock Wednesday after btlng
We can furnish your house from cellar to attic, and at such low
ia the gas engine, but will shine as noon. The funeral services were held I game.

usual this afternoon. at the residence and were conductedby Miss Mary Burford and Master figures that you will be astonished. Come in and look at our stock,

Rev. Henry W. Little, rector of James Harralson, of Troy Alabama, get our prices and be convinced that what we say we stand readyto
The Metropolitan Band will give proved themselves the most,skillful
Grace Episcopal church, with the make good to the letter. Yours for business
another their very delightful concerts players and to the former wasa.ward. ,
beautiful service: of that church, after
Friday night In the band stand ed a dainty pin cushion and to the
which the body wail taken in chargeby
io front of the Ocala House. latter of Longfellow's poems.
the Knights of Pythia, and was copy
I At 11 o'clock ice cream cake and PITTMAN & SON.
Mrs. W. D. braham returned Wed- escorted by them to Greenwood ceme-
lemonade by the guests.
were enjoyed
today from a week's visit to relatives tery. The following gentlemen actedas
Master Maxie is a splendid young
at Mlctnopy. She was accompaniedhome pall bearers, viz: Messrs. J. G.
host and his was a most delightful .
by her cousin, Miss I Souther- Spurlin, E. P. Tha ard, S. T. Sis. party
The following were
land. trunk, W.J. Edwards, C. E. Taylor ; one.
those present: Misses Mary Burford,
and Z. C. Chambliss.
, Miss Enid Hutchinson, who has Sara Davis, Fannie Robinson, Lucile
The remains were followed to their
pent the past two weeks most pleasantly I Standley and JuleaWiley, of Troy
final restesting place by a large number
In Ocila as the guest of MkaMattU I I. Ala., and Masters Sam Barco, Wiley .
of sorrowing friends and relative
(Williams, returned to her Burford, James Harralson, of Troy,
The firemen, of which Mr. Dukes wasa
home at Jacksonville Thursday.Mn.D.E.MdverMi33 Ala., Brantley" Frank.
member, attended the funeral in a
Harm, jr., Charlie Fishel and Maxie I
BettieRay body, the fire wagon being draped in I

McIrerMa8ter| McPhain McIver and mourning as a testimony of the esteem FNhel. LOOKING AHEAD ..***.......*...**...$$..$

Hugo Mclntosh left Wednesday for in which Mr. Dukes was held. Blackheads Repulsive Features. faces ..........S. .
Ukkory, X. Cto, spend the summer The fire bell was tolled during the and muddy faces, ,-complexions, greasy whichare Persona In the Early Should Stages Waste of Kid S ........ e
with Mrs. Mclver's father Dr. A. funeral fcervice.Peace"to nay no
women .
so common among espec- Tlmo In Making their

Melntokh. his ashes. ially girlsat- -a certain age. destroying. Kidneys RightIf .
beauty disfiguring and matting; repulsive -
Mr.C. V. Miller, of Leroy, was a Night Was Her Terror. features which would otherwise you don't atop that pain In the back : Making Advertising

'Ultor to Ocala Wednesday. Mr. of these extremely
"I would cough nearly all nightlong appear attractive and retined.iu- lome days you are

Miller says that he is afraid that the ," writes Mrs Chas. Applegate of dicativA that the liver is out of order. liable to have Bright' Disease or tome I

wre nine have entirely ruined his Ind., "and could hardly get any sleep.I An occasional does of Herbine will other form of kidney trouble. You are ipa.y \ \ \ \

field of peanuts but that his sugarcane i had consumption so bad that if I clen and so establish clear, healthy coin- ness of the akin, headaches, restlessness,
walked a block I would cough frightfully *
will be fine
crop an exceptionally: unusual appetite and great thirst or If
plection. SOc at Anti-Monopoly Drug
and spit blood, but, when .
ono __ notice a sediment or cloudiness the .
Store. m you
other medicine tailed, three !l.()(}
urine other urinary Irregularities. .
Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Yarn will leave bottle of Dr. King's Discovery wholly or .
. 1 University of Florida. FOLK'S KIDXET CTTEK make. the kid
Ina day or two for Palmetto where cured me and I gained 58 pounds."
I The trustees of the University of neys right, and whenever there are any : One drop of water does not make the ocean :
It's guaranteed cure
they will reside In the future. absolutely
Every Indications that these organ. are la the
. Coughs, Could, La Gaippe, Bronchtis met Tuesday night in the office of the "One grain of sand will not make a shore
oat la Ocikt regrets exceedingly: to least way disturbed, it should be taken I
I and all throat or lung troubles. Price president of the board and transacted and until all One feather does not make bird
In* them but all unite in wish- .Trial bottle free at ;. promptly regularly symptoms a
. 50c and $1.00. some very important business takingup of kidney trouble hare disappeared. -
lag them success in their new home. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Tydings : LOne: leap will not make frog : ;
. the details of the work for the This preparation ia compose of the best

Mis. Margaret Anderson will en. &o. m ensuing year. The most importantand known remedies employed by kidney .. IT IS ALL TilE REST- ..
specialists, and It cannot help but ours
ttrtala her friends Fourth of Fish Fry. decision that of 5
with a An Enjoyable far reaching was every form of kidney trouble If taken .. :

July party at her home on Fort Kingaeenue \Vedn!edayMiss Mattie Williams abolishing:: co-education at the university early. Thousands have testified to this .0 ..

this afternoon from 5 tot gave a very enjoyable fish fry for her and making it exclusively for fact. In even the most hopeless cases It ... .iS

The Invitations issued were ueatly guest Miss Enid Hutchinson Jack- males. will always afford relief. ..
Dr. Ceo. Ewing, of Smith's Grove, Ky
gotten up and decorated with of Plans were perfected for turning
r were sonville.! The party was composed writes: "For years I have been greatly .. S.

1 miniature fire cm'kera. Messrs. Richard: S. Hall, Arthur Masters Foster Hall into barracks, which will bothered with kidney and bladder trouble :

e Olla T. Green and Neal M. Allred, Eugene H. Cox, Misses Enid be made the most! attractive of any in and enlarged prostate gland. I used : And so it is with most things in life ; and

..' two of Ocala't prominent attorneys, I I I Hutchinson, Gertrude Pereda, Mattie Florida, everything known to the profession with. especially is it true that one advertisement .
out relief until I was Induced to use
ate ia the city. With them is H. L, Williams and Master Earl Hall. According to the indications, the 9 advertiser.
" FOLET'S KTDXET CUBE. After taking will not make you a successful
j Anderson, and the trio have been The day was spent most pleasantlyat most prosperous year in the history three bottles I was entirely relieved and *

J IJ hereto argue an important case into (Silver Springs fishine, boating, etc. of the institution will be the coming cured. I prescribe it now daily In my & Lay out a line of publicity and put it inS $

r. United States Court. They will The party proved to ba expert an- year. practice and heartily recommend its use 9 $
to all physicians for such troubles, for I .
of the
Warn home glers, catching about fifty fish. About The catalouges university
I to.day.Times I
can honestly state I hue prescribed It In
noon a number of the fish were fried I will be ready for delivery in a few :
Mrs. hundreds of cases with perfect success. I THE OCALA BANNER
Edward Hiller, Mr. Sidney and were heartily enjoyed. A picnic days.

Ruler and Miss Hazel Hiller leave I' lunch was also served and altogetherthe Those present at ithe meeting last -Post Off! Drug Store Ocala, FU. \ '4Z Tha.t Will Pay x X X :
a lIeat week C. A. Carson of Kissim- ---
tot a visit to California and thoroughly night were ,
day was in every way F. E. Harris Ocala F. M. The meeting of the reading club ftft
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Clther states In the far west. They mee; ; .
delightful. with Mrs. G. S. Scott Tuesday afternoon
J Simonton, Tampa; J. R. Parrott and rNSS
be ..
Joined by Miss Mona Hiller was devoted to discussing cur- 6 SS
W. Wilson JacKsonrllle.-Times-
it. who has been spending the past few fa cure a cold in one day. G.Union.ftoETSfflDNEYCUFE. rent erentsand to reading Kipling's rl. Si

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,1 "On., and she will accompany them lets.it failes All druggists to cure.refund E. W.the Grove'ssignature moneyif meet with Miss Lilla Brumby next ( .......................

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Tact is the sense of the appropriate OSCULATION. WEEI< !
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NEW CONSULS.Albion Progress is civilization! on the
Those Mea (:po. Whom a Modest
Malde. Mr LavUh Kisses WlthoatCompunction

Humor is the sense of the unfitnessof and Those Toward
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There are still occasions howeverrare i

Only a pretty girl can be saucy with when Inactivity, much as it has: BANNER'SI

W. Tourgee, Author, Promoted impunity. fallen into disfavor, continues) to be

I masterly. When a modest maiden it in
Keep your money and your friends doubt as to whether or no she should \

Consul General. will keep you. kiss or allow herself to be kissed by !

any man not related to her by clQlie
England travels in ruts, whilst
ties of she best
consanguinity, displaysher 3We
America travels on rail*. wisdom by giving herself not him ;;

the benefit of the doubt and so refraining I .....
A shady character doan't always LIST
from osculation.An .

FORMERLY AT BORDER, FIANCE keep a man cool. absolutely safe list of men whomit =!
1* allowable to kiss might be compiled -
skins makea
It taKes two banana to E
from the list given in the Book of __m
pair of slippers. I, Common Prayer of persons whom it is --

often him forbidden to marry. There can be no
., A man's crookedness gets
possible Impropriety In any woman's have made special arrangements whereby we
Roosevelt Before His Departure on into financial straits.A .
being kissed by her father, grandfather,
== can following rates to all paid.is-M-
man likes to peheve in eternal brother, uncles, etc., whenever occasion

Saturday Arranges a Nurgber of Consular puishment for the other fellow. may offer. Still public opinion is E vance subscribers :
much less in favor of kissing than of
E THE OCALA BANNER and Jacksonville SemiWeekly i i. :!
The blindness of jus tee should pre yore, and affectionate greetings are

(Rppointmegts--List_ Contains Many vent us from winking her favorite no longer eouiklered good form in mar- E Times-Union, $1,50 a year. I
ket places or what answers for them in E THE
OCALA BANNER and The Commoner.
Men. Success means improved opportunities the present generation. ryan's MM
Literary and conditions. To the prayer book may be added :: paper] $1.75 a year M I

.. cousins within the degrees forbidden in THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Mi -
The Texas tomato crop Is reported marriage by the Roman Catholic Semi.Wetfy
Waaningto June 30.-Th. follow. FOURTEEN DEAD church but these in moderation. The 5 Journal, $1:75: a year

IDS consular appointments, arrange TAKEN OUT. i'lort. young man cousin who is greedy in the THE OCALA BANNER and Thrice-a-Week New :s

by the president before his departure Whole Train Melons continue to bring good matter of kisses from his pretty cousin
Falls From Bridge I In York \\ orld.
Ott Saturday, were announced bjActIng U Dot to be trusted. He == $1,65 a year

Stecrearj of State Loomis today: Spain. prices. Should be denied THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Weekly C...
AJbioo W. Tourgee, of New York Madrid June 30.-Fourteen bodies Florida pineapples are reaching the And let olds and mortified. !
Dow consul _t Bordeaux, Prance, promoted and 50 Injured persona have been extricatsd markets in bad shape.Mr. Kisses of greeting or parting, of goodnight s: $1.75 a year

to be consul general at Hali from the wreck of the Bit good morning and of congratulation THE OCALA BANNER and Lippineott's Mag
fax, N. S. 11 r. Tourgee is the well boa train which overturned at3.w. Flagler is true to Florida. He are idll general, although ty no s: zinc
known author and novelist jarilla river last night will rebuild the Breakers. means so frequent as they were for $2.75 a yea r :::

Urban J. Ledoux, of Maine, now According: to official Information, 30 merly. Indeed, kissing as a practice is =!

f' con'ul) at Three Rivers, Canada, promoted persons were killed aod 60 other seriously Florida is shipping the Niagara much less popular than it once was. E Cash Must Accompany all Orders.

to be consul at Bordeaux. Mr. Injured. Many of the latter grape; to northern markets. Between doctors and the moralists it la

Ledoux has made a good record in will die. Of the 300 paisenfers oa constantly falling more and more into

the consular service and U notable for the train It Is i stated that only ilx Acres of watermelon vines are dy disfavor, whUe. still more fatal, Fashion I Address : THE OCALA BANNER, Ocsia, F i

lit knowledge of the French languageAnd escaped unhurt. The train, which ing in Colorado. Cause unknown with a big F. seta her face aa aflint

literature In addition to practical wu composed of two against all demonstrations of feelIng -
I engines and 1$ The Jews as a people are the poorest CUT OUT THIS COUPON. FILL IN AND MAIL TO THE BAN*** |
qualities. coaches, was crossing the bridge when as ill bred.
William Harrison Bradley, of I1H- tie couplings between the engine race on earth. All the same the man who becomes :: 44444444s. ;ft4444d" "e.ie1'' I.a4.i444i4i i

cols, now consul at Tunstall England, Make: The second engine left the The cathedral of Notre Dame in engaged to ba married as a usual == :.: PUBLISHER OCALA BANNER. i :::

promoted to.be consul at Manchester, track and fell, followed by the entire thing, expects a kiss from his fiancee == ,, Enclosed find....................... Doaarua.4. Cllr ..
r Z gland. Mr. Bradley, who has been train, Into the bed of the river. Fortunately rails is now lighted by electricity. to seal the bargain, not for publication i

many years In the consular service, the water was low. The Happiness must! be given before i it 10 to say, but as a guarantee of good s:. : for which send me The WeeVljr Banner and the......,. ... .. .. t I

is a nephew of the late Joseph Brad nearest medical attendance was a mile. faith on her part If she is willing to == : ..........................................one year a* per yw.*.....erxw 1A. =
ley, of the suprenv court. and a halt distant and thoset can be received. promise to marry him, he reasons, she -

W. H. Smith of Missouri, now con. who were least injured aided passengers There are more failures in Delaware ought to be willing to let him kiss her. -t in the Banner.................................................. A. ""

.n! at Hull England Moreover, he desires a kiss or kisses
promoted to be the others and did all possible until than the peach crop.A :: Name................................. ..............
consul at TunstalL: Mr. Smith was the arrival of relief trains bringing upon general principles as somethingto == r !

I a former newspaper man and has nur9 .. doctors and soldiers from Bil- man may be provident and yet which he is entitled by the unwritten P.O................................... .... .. |
been ten years in the consular service. law of tradition. On the other ::: :;t. t ::::i

Louis H. Ayme, now consul at boa.The train fell 50 feet from the bridgeto not laid in his coffin. I hand the party of the second part has :_: :: State............................ : ...., .I ;;

Guadeloupe, W. I., promoted to be the river bed the coaches A medical man is the modern oracle I herself to consider In the matter. A -.l
consul at Para Brazil. piling up woman should be sure of her own bona Date.-_...... ... ... ..... ...... 1a5. .m
Mr. In .J
a mass of
Ayme splintered wood and iron ; we swallow all he tells us. -
distinguished himself by his efficient work. The scene is described as hor Me intentions of matrimony and doubly 4tttt. t. #t.# #tt.t tlfedttt .t.t.....

Intelligent and tireless labor for the rifying. Many corpses were carried The hard part is not to work for sure of those of her lover before
relief the sets such A slim and seal to the immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm"tI I ( !
of the distress at the time of down the stream, which was actually success but to wait for it to ripen.A ''''''U'U'"I''''''U;.11,,.,...,,. .*..MtlfIlltlll ftlITItn<++'.
the contract Engagements of marriage are
Martinique disaster.
redened with blood. It was found
Leo Burgholz, of New York, now Impossible to extricate numbers of the smart man is never quite smart by no means irrefragible, and she who %

consul at Erzeroum. Turkey, promotedto Injured who were pinioned under the enough to get the right opinion of kisses least is likely to have least
cause for future At all eventsa
be consul at Three Rivers regret
Canada. wreckage. A railway guard
was arrested himself.
prudent will wait until the
George B. Anderson, of the District In the act of robbing the dead woman
is announced before she SEABOARD
of Columbia, now consul at Durango, and narrowly escaped lynching When a man thirsts for knowledgehe engagement
permits any kissing. There are men
Mexico transferred to Guadeloupe It Is believed that tIle official
figures isn't in his
necessarily dry re- who have serious objections to marrying
Walter C.
Hamn. of Pennsylvania, underestimate the number of the
appointed consul tt Hull, England. Mr. killed, some accounts giving the num. marks. any woman who has been engagedto Air Line
another man for the simple reason Railway.
a well known literary her of dead aa luO. The
and man full extent Charity is a cloak that covers a multitude that they do not choose that any man
editorial writer In Philadelphia. of the catastrophe will only be known
hall be able to of the
of amatuer theatrical perform say woman
James A. Leroy, of Michigan when the
appointed wreckage has been cleared
whom they take to wife that he has
consul at Durango Mex. Mr. away. ances.
kissed her as her lover. It matters little -
Leroy has been in the Philippines for Tor
All born rather that the kisses have
men are equal, but some more,
eeveral years and was recommended Harvey Logan Eludes Pursuers.Knoxrllle I
by Governor Taft and others as well grow up and become presidents or been given in good faith to an affianced S.-''.\.xS.t.II, COLl'Unil t'AMUr.V, Mil"III HIV .I"P, I =
Tenn. June 30.-The husband. It's a Way men have.
M by Senators Burrows baseball
and Alger. umpires.
posse of local officers who went fro Sir, ihe'a yours! RICHMOND MASIII.trOIHLTIMOHK:' 1MIIMDCU
-- --
Sailors Commemorate Great Fire. pursuit of Harvey Logan, the notorious Why should woman sigh for higher You have brushed from the crape Its soft PHI MA\' YORK
blue ,
New York. June 30.-Fifteen hun train robber who broke jail Saturday glory? She is generally credited From the;rosebud you've shaken the deli
dred sailors from the Bremen and returned empty-handed, finding cate dew.
Hamburg ships now in port and the no trace of him after going 7 miles! with the invention of jelly and jam. What yeu'v touched you may take-

members of the Longshoremen's unionof from the city. The sheriff horee, Borne people can think only in bed, A noted "lady killer" of a past generation Two Elegant Trains Daily

Hoboken have commemorated the which he rode away, arrived lame at who had been engaged many
anniversary of the great fire three the Jail gate, having found Its way but we constantly meet with them times and who boasted to his intimates
years ago on the Hoboken do ks. ome. Judge C. D. Clark, of the in society. that no woman had ever refused an of- SE1B0 -

With six bands from as many German United States district court has ordered fer of his hand in marriage was once
chips, they marched to Flower Hh I United States District Attorney Standing behind a counter is all asked why in that case he was still a

cemetery and decorated with ?ow- Wright and Marshal Austin to make a fright, but staying there a lifetime is a bachelor. "Because I am waiting untilI

eta the graves of the many unidenti rigid Investigation of the escape. United different matter. can find a woman who will not per- Modern Pullman Equipment.
:' sled sailors who perished in the fire. States: Marshal Austin believes that mit me to kiss her before we are mar-
Logan will be captured In some city, Take care of the pennies and the tied" he replied.

Great Day Among Methodlsta. if at all as he believes he will eithergo safe deposit companies will take care Even though a woman be fully assured Only .ine Operating) Daily Through Sleepers) frwt J.-.
Savannah Ga. June 30.-The John
by rail to Atlanta via of the inevitableness in due timeof
or Chattanooga New
of to Orleans.
Wesley bicentenary celebration In Savannah to the west everything else. her marriage she will be wise not to

Sunday was marked by Wesley Among the diseased caused by the be too liberal of her caresses. Most
sermons In all of the Methodist things in this world rated as valuable
Wreck are For full information and
on Southern. insomnia sleeper reservation eaU m a.y AM
mosuqito and that tired
: churches of the city. Bishop Gallo I in direct proportion to their rarity.
way preached this morning at Wesley 'Birmingham. Ala., June 30.-Xo. 37 feeling should not be omitted. I Were diamonds as common as pebbles

Monumental church Bishop Candlerat a westbound passenger train on the they would be worth no more commercially -
The made American A. 0. MacDOXELL, Asst. Gen. Pass, Agt., Jacko*.flli, .M
Trinity Rev. J. F. Goucher at Ep- Southern railway leaving Atlanta for average wo- than the common stones of the

,.'.. worth and Rev. W. P. Thirkleld at Birmingham! at 4:14 p. m., was wrecked man conveys the idea that she has beach and highway. Moreover, one may JOHN DOZIER, Agent. "'.,Yo CONDOS, City TU** Aft*

Grace. As an outgrowth of the Wesley near Villa Rica Ga. Sunday after. been made to please herself. have too much of a good thing. King OCALA FLA.
celebration and as an earnest of noon. Beyond the fact that there Midas' story is an old one. "Too much

the Interest that is felt, a movementwas was only a small accident the officials The number of opium smoakers in water drowned the miller." It is a com- -

started and J1.500 raise: to employ In this city say their presence would the United States is estimated at mon practice with confectioners to al- -

an assistant pastor of Trinity have been necessary had the occasion 1,000,000. low a new apprentice all the candy _: .-q : : .. ., : .:,_.--, .,-_ h _, __: __. .: '
church to do special work among those required. which he or she can eat certain that in

that the gospel does not ordinarily Gainesville Ga.. June :30.-The pen London will have an internationalfood a little while the surfeit of sweet will
i destroy all taste for in form.It .
reach. ____________ pie of Gainesville met in a special exhibit at the Crystal Palace is human nature sugar any W11EYOU w.1"0 (iOBorth
essentially to tire
Old thanksgiving service at the auditorium .
Clergyman Passes
Away. next September. of what we have much of and to prize
Wilkesbarre. Pa., June 30.-Th/ Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock to most the fruit which hangs highestand
Rev. Nathan G. Parke, one of the oldest formally close up the relief work and French women look as if they had is most difficult to obtain. ,

Presbyterian clergymen In Pennsylvania to render praise to the Almighty for been made to please man; English Consequently the woman who is East or West
Is dead at Glen Summit He His mercies, and to everybody who her ,
chary of favors, who Is
women, as if man had been made! to
had been pastor of tne First Presby tad in any way contributed to the relief with her caresses, will find that

terian church in Pittston since 1846. and suffering of the storm stricken please them. her lover values them all the more, and See That YuiirTh'kt'l Iteis.I.

He was born In York county, Dec district A large number of people that his well j j
"The laborer is worthy of his hire." respect as as his affection
16, 1820, and was graduated from were present, and the occasion for her becomes the greater in -VII--
Princeton In the class of 1844. was a most Interesting one. The laborer is also worthy of his proportion as he hopes rather than is i

-- higher education.London Truth. sure of her. It has long been a maxim

$75,000 Fire In Pittsburg. Brutally Tortured.A The Dancing: Masters' Associationis that no man shall kiss and tell; nevertheless I .

Pittsburg, June 30.-Fire of unknown case came to light that for perist- the woman is safest by far of I

origin visited Wllkensburj, a ent and unmerciful torture has doing its best to save the country, whom there is nothing which it were

j suburg of Pittsburg early today, and perhaps anyhow It has determined to put better it were left untold.-Helen Old- !1

j destroyed W. F. Younzk's planing milL never been equaled. Joe Colo- the two-step out of business.-Atlauta field in Chicago Tribune. ATLANTIC COAST LINE i

Firmin's Ink factory, William Slur bick of Colusa, Cal., writes. "For 15 .

V V doch's dwelling, H. B. Guinette's blacksmith years I endured insufferable Journal The Itrlnctani t\-iavmi.
pain from
shop and R. Snishelm'a stable. Edgar-Ethel, I've left my umbrella

The loss is estimated at $75,000. rheumaism and nothing relieved me Working Night And Day downtown.
though I tried Ethel-Well?
everything known. I
The busiest and
Former Judge Pershing mightiest little thing Edgar-I'm afraid you'll have to lend
came across Electric Bitters CONVENIENT .S CIIEUCJ.I
and it'sthe that evfer was made is me the gold handled .
Pottsville. Pa.. June 30.-Former Dr. Kidg's New umbrella you gaveme I'ISE.lI.I.'I.'X '
Judge Cyrus L. Pershing died todayat greatest medicine on earth for that Liver Pills. These pills change weakness on my birthday.-Detroit Free ( .1R.

his residence In this city. He was troube. A few bottles of it completely into strength, listlessness into energy Press. 33Ml information cheerfully furaiehedupon tppbcato I*Uctrt....
.. presiding Judge of the Sehivlkill coun releved and cured me." Just as good brain-fag into mental dower.
ty courts during the trial of the for Liver and I At twenty love is a rosy dream at
memo Kidney troubles and They're wonderful S. P. COLLIER
in JR.
building the D. P. A.
bers up thirty it is a thrilling W. J. CRAKl, & f. A.
of the notorous reality, at forty
who were convicted and many executed. faction debility Only 50c. Satis health. Only 25c per box. Sold by it is a calm contentment, at fifty it is a Tampa, Fla. 11 thallt1.., X. I*.

.' guaranteed by Anti-Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Tydings reminiscence.
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BRAKES Armour's Yacht Crashes .Into SteamerIn House Mac Busy Week Before -Senate TORTURING

Fog Off Dunkirk.
Easy Tme.
New York, June 30.-The American AUGUSTA MACHENJury
Allison Atlanta, Jane 30.-The house has a
steam yacht Utowmana with DISFIGURING
buy week before it, while the senate -
WORK ON TROLLY.Collides V. Armour here,considerably her owner( aboard damaged, has froma arrived Will Bring Additional win hare a comparatively easy

tIne for the next seven days or more. -
eolllftlon In the North sea, says a Indictment.
The reason for this ia that the house
Herald from KleL
dispatch --
in off calendar is full, not onty with unfinished Skin and Blood
The accident occurred a fog GROFF BROTHERS ARE INCLUDED Scalp
business of the
Ounklrk. The yacht collided with previous session ,

Train Two Per the steamer Dobrogea. a 33,000-ton District Attorney at Washington Announce but with a flood of new business that
With) Freight ; merchantman. Her bowsprit and fly has just fallen upon it, while the cal Humours
that Furtner IndictmentsWill endar of th e senate is practically
lag Jibboom were carried away together -

with a large amount of wire rig- Be Bright Against Those Con- clear.
are Killed The senate clear all the business
sops) ging and stays of the first of her three netted In Postal Frauds. i I can up -
before it within two hours Cured Cuticura
large icaata. Her stem Is also dam one Speedily by

aged by the violent tearing out of the Washington, June 30.-The district I of the !senators stated yesterday. The

powerful bowsprit, the unusual strengthof attorney this morning announced that few matters pending are being held I Soap Ointment and Pills

, which possibly saved the ship. The the gandJur1 would today bring additional up by special request for further investigation

ARE SERIOUSLY INJURED. bowsprit lies hanging from the portside indictments against August by committee, and the 1 -

! MANY forward surrounded by masses W. Macien and the Groff brothers In senate: U BOW practically In a state of

of twisted steel rigging and stays. the case of Machen for receiving a waiting on the action of the house. When the Best Physicians and

' Internally the yacht U not damaged. bribe ?nd in the case of Groff brothers The Indications are that it will not

'f Mr. Armour gave the following account for giving a bribe. have to wait long, however, for there All Else Fail.

These indictments are brought In to are many bills oa the house calendar
of the collision:
, While Returning Frog Picnic Outing Pleasure 1\ war five minutes to three in the cover three additional countsand to brought' over from last session that

ttorainj. 'fn the! North ie*, 25' mIles pat, ti*:first, Indictment'on the tame arc ready for third reading and pus The agonizing itching and burningof
Party Meets With a fatal ..AccideijtMot --- north ot Dunkirk in a very thick fog. footing aa the second( which latter Involved 18. considered tie the skin, as in eczema; th< frightful
Generally as among
deck.W the Lorenza of Toledo 0. in
I and my captain were oa scaling,as in psoriasis; the loss of hair
were blowing our horn and heard lid,- U. charge of conspiracy to defraud. most Important matter before the '

rl1)oij) Stuck to his post aqd &&!..' 'Some, little! time before we had present legislature U the coavict'qae- and crusting of the' scalp, u in stalled
, I! PEACE MAY BE DECLARED. tioa oTrwiJca'tr'e 1* libly'tO, be bead; the'facial disfigurements! AI ia
stopped for 15 minutes were procsadnk .
pimples and ringworm; the awful suffering
a ti''warm debate in tie house.
Was ,at tow!speed.- of infants, and anxiety of worn-
Badly Injured. The sound of.a' whbtk cattle near Warring Employers and, Employes The senate has already legislated on out parent,as ia milk crust, tetter and

. er and nearer Our engines were reversed May Come to TermiC the subject of the 8U e'. convicts alt rheum,-ill demand a remedy of

a minute or 'two ,before the New' ,York, Jane 20.:-An.Important having passed at the last session the almost superhuman virtues to successfully '
bin by Senator Clements of the fifteenth with, them. That Cuticura
move toward the establishment of cope
I Chtcsga June 30.-Crowded with lights of a steamer were seen. Immediately .
.FATHER AWO SON SHOT DOWN. Soap Ointment and Pill are such
district, providing for practical
I Archer on seeing the masthead lighv peace between warring employers and
hose-bound pu nlerl, an av stands beyond.all.doubt. ao
Belt we put our helm over and tried to employee In the building trades of this ly a renewal of the present system, or proven
I crashed into
ease trolley car _t statement it made regarding them that
Row Grew Out .f Question al Posses .
lease of
& the convict labor for another
uiitiroigkt'traln! ai Archer' avenue avoid a collision hoping with reversed city is anticipated within 24 hours. is not justified by the strongest evi

I ud Forqr-sevtfcth>; street ariy'' today! von of Dog. /..? screw and helm over to clear the big Tha George A. Fuller company, the ,period of five years. This is dence. The purity and sweetness, the

I Two paweniers went killed and many Albany 0.&.,,June 3t>.-A' fatal shooting steamer, or at all events to strike a largest Individual building concern in the bill favored by the prison commission power to afford immediate relief, tha
than the country, will it is The members of the commission certainty of speedy and permanent
s, .yv IaJuted. affray occurred la Worth county glancing She was nearer expected, sign
the dead are:' Saturday mor&lng and as a result Albert we thought and we struck her Just agreements with representatives of its are satisfied they can grit cure, the absolute safety and great
a much higher price for the labor of economy have made them the standard
Jlaaie'kfastronr.At Bryant I k in a dying conditionand before the bridge, damaging the upper 20.000 men oa terms which are likelyto skin cures, blood purifiers and humour
the convicts this if
unknown mass Z. T. Bryant is auSeri&f from works and cutting into the hull above result in the men returning to work. year, probably 75 remedies of the civilized world.

TBI isjured are: tfght: wounds: which will probablycause the water line. The terms of the agreements are not 100 per cent more than the stateis Bathe the affected parts with hot

Joseph Delaney, right shoulder badly his death. "The yacht followed the steamer until similar! to those ia the plan of arbitration now receiving. This will give the water and Cuticura Soap,cleanse the

I mlht4.I .- 'The'.Btyants are saw mill operatorsand she stopped and sent a boat up- propoaed by the building trades state an income of $3 OOOO( to ?400-, surface of crusts and scales, and soften

Join Gleason brusied.j. J. S. BarfieW. who did the shoot on their call. We stood by the steamer employers' association several weeks 000 from this source without Increased the thickened cuticle. Dry, without

Gordon '' for upward of an hour, when she expenses. hard rubbing and apply Cuticura Ointment
I bruised. ing. Is a': prominent panter. ago.The
Another measure in which there fa freely; to allay itching, Irritation
)llj| Bessie Jordtfi, dying.. It seems that there had been hari proceeded on her way. We were goIng Fuller company has sublet several increased interest, from both and inflammation,and soothe and heal,
I J. Morih brakeman bruised. feelings between Barfield and the two at a rate of 3 miles an hour. Had of its most Important contractsto view the pointsof and,lastly,take the Cuticura Resolvent
is child labor bill
I i )(. McOrr|ort back broken, will tile.i Bryant for some time. The misunderstanding we been going at full speed we might members of the Employers' asso- Fills, to cool and cleanse the blood.

I B. J. Norkea. brakeman bruisedF grew out of the possessionof never have come across her." ciation. In case these subcontractors This complete treatment costing but

i R. Ritey, right leg broken, shoul- I a dog.A oppose the terms of settlementand one dollar, affords instant relief, permits

tel and head bruised. short time ago it is alleged Bar- FIRED SHOTS INTO CAR.Negro resist the attempt to put the men Byron Trammell Trial. rest and sleep in the severest
back, It Is said the company will en- Montgomery, Ala., June 30.-The forms of eczema and other itching,
E. D. swanky, conductor of thee I field sent a message to the elder Bryant burning and scaly humours of the skin,
Seeks dearor to handle the extensive build- preliminary hearing\ of Byron Tram-
itrvtt rar, thrown from car and se- i which waa accepted by the latteran Revenge on ConductorFor scalp and blood,and points to a speedy,
I retry bruised.Witneai an Insult. About 6 o'clock Sat Ejecting Him. tag operations involved without out- melt charged with the murder of C. permanent and economical cure whea

I ** to the accident say the I urday Barfield. who was in a buggy, side aid. E. Taylor, will come upbefore Ji:& all other remedies and the bet phYlio-

i trolley tar brakes refused to work met the Bryants, father and son near Media, Pa. June 30.-six persons Representative union men have Beesin tce B. H. Scrswg, In this dty today. J cans faiL
hare been shot woundedin
and severely
I ud tit car crashed Into the freight the former's home. Barfleld refusedto conference with oQdals of the FulLer -
a trolley car between Media and
t'aL! stop, but Invited the Bryants to go Chester. company for several days. These

I The passengers had no time to jump to his house. Barfield drove on ahead, conferences have been entirely independent -
A believed to have been
before the a.crldent.euly all were and when the Bryants came up they of Building Trades Em.plorel' .
seeking the conductor of '
revenge on
I returning from plcclcs and were asleep began discussing their differences. A association. The plan is a FURNITUREOF
the who
car recently ejected him
modification of the arbitration scheme
la the and finally Bryant -
ear arose young
discharged both barrels of shotgunat
I The motorman, John Sloan stuck started into Barfield's yard for insisted upon by the Employers' as-
the car as it passed a lonely spot sociation. To
10 IU post and nl badly injured.r the purpose It is supposed, of striking what extent It provides
in the
country. for the extermination of the walking
the latter. EVERY
The car was crowded, and the shots
I j. 1f\'.iIC IN CHURCH. The elder Bryant caught his son and delegates has cot been disclosed.Tho .
coming from the dark caused a wild
pulled him back, but at this Juncture
fright among the passengers, most of Perfect Liver Medicine
Strikes House 'WO Barfield with and Albert
UjMnlnj of &hlp- fired a shotgun whom were women. Four of the
11 One Person Killed.CfckifO Bryant all and another hot disabled wounds Mrs. M. A. Jolly, Soble.O. T., writes: .
4 wiring in the arm and chestThe
, June 20.-A dispatch tot his father. negro escaped. "I have used Herbine for a number of

Tie Chronicle from Zanesville: O,' Albert Bryant was struck in the years, and can cheerfully recommendit.

uji: head and abdomen and is mortally United Christian Party .It is the most perfect liver medicine, Get Our Prices OnWhilmore's
Ulitalnj! struck the Presbyterian oanded. Bight small buckshot
Davenport, Iowa June 30.-mma.m and the greatest; blood purifier. It ia
ekurca at Sew Concord last night struck Z. T. Bryant and chances are
R. Renkert, chairman of the national a medicine of positive merit, and
lid klllel A. H. Alexander! prostrate against his recovery. The dying man Shade Hanger
convention *f that party fo'> May 1 ; fully accomplishes all that is claimedfor
*i IU! young daughter In the seat by was married only five weeks ago.
19H.( at the world's fair in St.
to 4.
it." Malaria cannot find a lodge-
him tad also Rose Paden the organbt At last report Barfleld had not been I White Mountain Frzer
Louis. The call states that the convention
while the liver is .
Mr. Allljon. seated nearby, had arrested. I ment in the system
a will be held for economic discussion -
one of his tronitr's legs ripped from in perfect order, for one of iu functions
and peace ea earth in the
tie ap! downward and his shoe torn WILL TRY PEONAGE CASES. is to prevent the absorbtioa of Arctic Freezer .
name and spirit! of Jesus Christ and tt .1 .
wapleuly off. A panic ensued in further accomplish this great purpose ever producing poison Herbine is

P Wired.tllrt! Mveral ehildrei were alightly Men Under Charge Will Fight For by recognizing? or naming candidates a most efficient liver regulator. 50c North Star Rfrigerator .

Their Freedom. for president and vice president at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store m

I Ala.. June 30. Next of the United States on a world-wide
Jtckt1 Sustain Serious Injuries. Montgomery, Chandler Pat. Ice Cracker.
which all Christians and
with the Unit- platform, on
New York June 39. Sixteen starting ,
yea Jones patriots can stand and finally united, "LankBarrett Dies at Dalton.
with Judge
ed States court here
old -EJ.lI, Walsh, favorite of I
jocket pledged to stand for the union in his Dalton. Ga.. June 30.-Hon. L. W
will take peonage We Can Save You
U.ltIUD \\'. C. Daly.. has been I presiding, up Money.PlTTMAH .
the white citizens of name. The call suggests a woman Barrett died at his home in this city
t'rrora from
t horse which hena
race Tallapoosa and Coosa counties. for vice president at an early hour Saturday morning.He .
eierciifBf near Sheepshead: Bay had been confined to his for
the guilty of J. W.
ud Since pleading
concussion of the brain. weeks. The immediate
Iowa the two
that several Republicans Gathering.Des past
The Pace it was expected
tte laJlfa aatoal had been frightened by would plead guilty this week, but they Moines Iowa June 30.-Del* hause of his death was heart failure. & soH
passing of a motor cycle,
Hi when it shied W who have failed to do so, and this leaves gates are already arriving for the During his life he held many positions .
.l3h. was
that each will fight Republican state convention which will of honor and trust, among them
littiag rare'.eiily: uPon tie saddle the impression .
convene here on Wednesday. Sec- being county treasurer clerk of the ..
hrlM! for their liberty.
over the ----- -- -
horse's head. HU
of Wilson who council and city treasurer. At the
had Tuesday B. F. Cosby, alias Buran- retary Agriculture is city
It act put out a telegraph his! hands pole to save, and him had CBS Cosby William 'Cosby and George a delegate,with will arrive Senator this Allison evening who in time position of his in death the he interior held departmentat a responsible 9 **......MM.?....ft..t.
stand trial for company
Cosby will hare to
Mt be !
might have been killed. the tariff Washington. D. C. which positionwas
has plank already preparedfor

peonage.On 6 J. F. Turner and Fletcher submission to the committee on given him by Hon Hoke Smith !
Warm July
Petersburg Weather Favors Crops.St. Tuner will have to stand trial: for resolution. The contending factions in 1S94. under the administration of I I
June 30. The damp over the adoption of the tariff plank President; Cleveland..
warm weather of the last month has peonage.
ii oraMy! R. :\. Franklin and Mack Pruett win sometime ago reached an agreementto The Boss Worm Medicine.

"i >Pat Influenced Ruula, exrt'ptlnotTerod crops throughout, be tried on July 9. the effect that Senator Allisod ; H. P.Kumpe, Druggist, Lexington, 2 The Florida Times-Union |
should prepare a plank covering
Todd will stand
James of customers
Palo tad part of "olna"Itsbsk, Gro- J. Berry and tariff as the result of the agitation on Ala., writes: "One my

die aa! of the Baltic: provinces. Th trial on July 13. the subject in this state. had a child, which was sick, and --- -------- -- .

trope promise well in the southwest T threw up all food could retain nothingon REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES.

Md mini regions. The Volga offro Will Build Paper Mill. Lawless Element Somewhat Cowed. its stomach. He bought one bottleof DAILY AND SUNDAY. X
:\. C.. June 30.-Philadelphia .
satisfactory prospects, except In Raleigh Jackson. Ky., June 30.-As an evidence white's Cream Vermifuge, and it One !Month postage paid S m ;
a few and New York newspaper own Three :Mouths, postage paid .-- 150 3Six
districts of the extreme north- that General Murray's' ironhanded brought up 119 worms from the child. Months, postage paid .., .. 3-00 3
** tWinter' ers are arranging for the purchase of .. .. .
and summer wheat medicine." One Year, postage paid 6.oo iILLUSTRATED
thousand of timber in policy backing up Police It's the boss worm i .
eats acres ; :
barley promise better on the many Judge Cardwell, is working well here. is alo the SUNDAY EDITION. $150 A YEAR.
White's Cream Vermifuge \
this state, and1 it is .
'hIt! Beaufort county
thin ever. Semi-U eekly Edition ......Six :Months S .50 sS
the plan to build a mill there to man Tom Tharpe. arrested Saturday night childrens'tonic. It improves their digestion Semiweekly Edition One.Year tin .

Attorney Sentenced State's ufacture paper for their use. Cost for shooting in the town limits was and assimilation of food, strengthens ;
to Prison today fired $20 I and cost?. Sandy
New fork June 39-Robm A. Am J200.000. their nervous system aud restores AU commumcaUoni and remittances should be addressed to
O'Connor and Joe Palmer, who broke
*L attorney for William: F. Miller. Little Hope of Influencing Russia. them to the be&1th"igor and I
up a religious worship 2 miles from THE FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
: |
*t the Franklin syndicate, was today Lon: n. June 30.-lord Mayor town were fine $13 and costs, each elasticity of spirits natural ta child- ..

aedteneedtoan !indeterminate term ia Samuel in a speech yesterday at the by Judge Hargis. This is unusualin hood. 25e at Anti-Monopoly! Drug

-ate' prison of cot less than foul prize distribution: of the religious Jackson. Murray's orders have Store. m
lap mote than crosses at one of London's synagogues, $
four ant a half years. cowed: the lawless element, and nota SflBSGRIBEi
'It. it useless to bring agitation -
caxiasom penalty for this offense said was quite shot was fired on Sunday.
It b. years. Ammon was convicted to bear in the hope of influencing An Attempt: to Wreck Train.

tf having: Russia in regard to the treatment Raleigh, X. C., June .-An attemptto
received stolen from
money Exterminating Kwang Si Rebels. ...is..i.....usi
,, 1iJtr! of the Jews.. Their brethren in Australia Washington June :3' .-The stste department wreck a passenger train on the ssussi

animated by the most generous has received the fellowmgcablegram Southern railway near Garner, 7 miles

?cie C) serves St. Peter's Day. feelings, had sect money and ha from United States consul from here, was discovered barely in

Rome resolution which it becar to a terrible wreck. Rails
Jute :9.-This being St. passed a MeDade at Canton: Viceroy Chinis time avert

Peters day the pope celebrated mass his duty to submit to the foreign < conducting a oar of extermination had been placed on the track at a

h the In following their wishes h in a cut, an dthe discovery was
printe chapel adjoining his flee. curve
against the alleged rebels in Twang THE CLUB HOUSE.
be 1 room In the presence of his chap- was aware what the result would be. Si, with Wu Chow as his temporary made by the section master. The sec I III

lain ltd members of the pontiff's Therefore he was not surprised and has headquarters. Disturbers will receiveno tion master says he saw a negro in I

tannr. The temperature is 82 F., but been assured that this was aa internal mercy. hiding in the bushes not far away,

U. pope duce not suffer, eaying that matter and that the foreign of c and pursued him, bat the man escaped. I

n. *ana' weather nits him could do nothing. Cuisine first Class. Rates{ Reaso9able
-- JOIn'1l I No Pity Shown. Chicago. June 30.--ResenUi'g the ,
it Temperance: People to Meet of crowd of newsboys which
or woman In the state will Jeers a
"For fate was after me eontm-
k .iUte Raleigh, N. C., June 33.-The state years were directed at hfi women companIons

latu' to speak well of Chamber- temperance convention is calle-J ta uosly" writes F. A. Gullege, Verbena, Arthur J. Weber, 22! years old Refurgis ed Tlroug) out. Special Rates by Month.

Stomach and Liver Tablets after meet here July 7, and its promoterssay Ala. "I had a terrible ease of Piles was shot and instantly killed by one

OC*trying them. They always prod- there will be a very large atten causing 24 tumors. When all faieBucklen's < of the boys last nIght. The shooting

C dance. All the state recognizes thata took place in the presence of a r
*a pleasant bowels Arnica Salve cared me.
movement of the
fight isin, progress between crowd Lincoln Park visitors i
f great large of j
Improve the appetite and strengthen people, and Equally good for burns all aches and : J. BARNES PHOP.C .
the the anti-liquor and liquor It caused a great exJrtement and dnr :\IRS. THOS. .
d1ce.Uon. For sale convention will pains. Only 25e at AntiMonopolyDrug : '
byiAnti-Mono-! the proceedings of the tag the co:' oa the boys escaped. t;
poll Dtl1t. "ore. Inv be intenselv interesting. Store. Tydings & Co. m''t




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1 slip are vela ny our common church I Individual liberty often dehruds oar .

DANGER to be 'erroneous: and strange doc size ot the individual i
NEGRO LYNCHED THERE IS trines.' Will you t. wnat you promised 't1't1the

. calling on God to help you. or >ir Lipton coin a tel a

Of Not Getting the Bargains You Are Looking For. will you not?
bit'.loi1t to give him lurk in (II.
I "That is all I have to ask you. I

i F IN SCOTTSBORO. TAt hope the American public will find by yacht races j jj

STOP your answer that you are a true man, j
E a man resolved to Co His duty and That which pfOjl uw they -.ball jj j
II keep his word. also reap dot!!! not always apply > j
the Store With the Yellow Front. -
Single Taxers Dedicate i Building the pictures'on the tort,,l package j

Mew York, July 1.-With speechesby j
Was Taken pro m Jail aid) Strung upi many leading advocates of their Call!and see the big eta on Mrs' 1
Taxers of New bats, all fresh stuck. Cb&uiWf 'b-*
theories, the Single
i, THE SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEYMen's York have formally opened their Co. ;

, by Angry Mob. building at Blast Sixty-second streetIt A woman that rtwpt-ota befall *
will be formally dedicated in Sep
, f Memorialhall. more beautiful than a niBffe Ur j
- tember as the Henry George
k It is managed by the Manhattan more beautiful than nuay *Ur. ai

Shirts on Ice-On July 4thSix I Single Tax club and coot 15,000 night.If p

: Among those who spoke at the open-

THE SHERIFF ijAS FIERCE FIGHT. Large Balloons will ascend in front of ing exercises was Proressor Ballatjer, one dram a gUiU of the cou'en to

our Store July 3rd and 4th. at 10 a. m. and of the Fairhope Single Tax colony in of which someone rise has partaken

:3 and 8 p._ m. Two Dollars in cash to Alabama. he will learn the secrets of ilea latter ,

the lucky finder ,
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Two Governor Terrell Offers Reward. A mother not spoken weH of her
When'Mob: Appeared tye Seized Pistols and by
!If Goods Are Hot Satisfactory. Atlanta. July Governor Tem-n
Money Refunded children U not an enemy of the ute
has offered a toward of $100 for the
at Top of the Jail Stairway Defied Mob apprehension with proof to convict she could not live within! Uw kiuf

of the person or persons who on the dom wall.

, to Take the Prisoner.-Was Badly C. I. UQWN, C. X. :B39WV, J2- gf 17th the of family June of poisoned H. W. Burton five members, In Jasper A flickering-the flr. or an

county, by putting poison in a upright excrescence in a buroiof

Wounded in and Irn COMPANY coffee pot. Vf- Barton,]baa offered a
Leg ( ). THE RACKET reward of $50 aDd at tw request of candle id interpreted u prxIktiBg the "

.-..,- officials! the has arrival of a guest, whom stature u
.. L '\..sa6hvWe. __a ._ __ WITH THE YELLOW FRONT the county governor
\ Tenn.July L-A specldto wupplemeatesi this. judged by the length of the dame or

The Banner from Soottsboro. Ala., LOUBET9 VISIT TO ENGLAND. excrescence.

ay Andrei Dins, a negro. was taken -
from the Jail last night and hanged Official Prcgram French For Executive.London Entertainmentof NEWS FROM THE YUKON. I I FtLLrNOHAM WRITES TO POTTER

by a mob.
July 1.-'The official program F rt tnteJIIgence Sine; March From
The negro was arrested Sunday fat I Apostle ef Antl-Rltualltm Asks the
assault Miss of President Loubet's visit tc Certain Sections i
an attempt to criminally Bishop Some Cuettiona.
England a week hecca Is as follows: aracamphRefieva
of Dr.
Alma the 19-year-old daughter
Seattle Wfesh. July 1.-A specialto )
Sheriff On July 3 the president will a.rrlveat New York July L-The Hey R A
B. B. Smith and the first.that The Daw-
t-Intelligeacer from
Autin knew ot the mob was when it Dover where the duke of Connaughtwill C. Pillingham. vicar of Hexton, England
"be to receive him. On too, says: apostle of anti-ritualism who wills
oi waiting Instantly or Money Refunded.
the hallway
pat In an appearance in First since March from the ,
his arrival at Victoria Lon news il for England ha seat
station, today another
sheriff seized two pittola -
the Jail. The
ani mountains the stairs said heueonid don, he will be met by King Edwardand Yukon vast stretch basin from of 3,000 Eagle miles to St.down Michaeland the letter to Bishop Henry C. Potter, SUN BURN CHAFING
will drive whichhe in wkhich he ,
to to York House/ says:
kill that attempted
any one
Tacana, and
will occupy during his stay is Koyuk Rampartcamps "I had no !Idea of making a commotion
come up. The threat was met witha and Kuskokwin watershedcame Prickly Heat Insect Bites and Stings. It Cook
London Visits to the and ra this for rest.
his king queen city Traveling
the sheriff emptied
volley and
the steamer Rock Island It Soothes. It
today Cures.Sold
revolver in reply. Before he could to the prince and princess of Wales, I attended public worship, not the .
from AndreafskL The steamerbaa
reload be was shot down. One shot the duke and duchess of Connaught worship of God but of a senseless only in 23c,Sfc. A ILOO Bottlca. Al 3r id DRpS&.
took effect la his right leg and the and the French embassy and a dinner passengers from all camps men bun, at the church of St. Mary the
toned, Tanana. They
other In his pistol arm. thereby disabling in the evening at Buckingham palace, mostly front Virgin, on Sunday week, and I felt FOR SALE BY ANTI-MON OPOLY DRUGSTORE.
hundreds of miners at the
him. The daughter of the I will occupy the remainder of the day. report compelled to call your attention and

sheriff ran to her father and was as On the morning of July 7 the president mouth of the Tanana river with no that of the public. to the idolatry ot
in the handsof I will visit the institute for French money tc pay fare up, but going down which I am the witness. Your reply
once) covered by a pistol the Yukon.
Four thousand people
a member of the mob and made to governesses and the French hospital was not worthy of a Christian or a
deliver the keys to the cell in which r Later he will receive various delegations are in camp here. Indians from Kuskowin gentleman and I have no doubt but FOIl.

the negro was immured. The cell I at York House. M. Loubet will who arrived at Andreafiki report that by this time you are heartily
f that Wanda belonging
the steamer Anna
was quickly unlocked and the trembling be entertained by the corporation ot ashamed of it. For my part, I eoa-
.. London at a luncheon the Guildhall to Lynn's post was lost when done letter
led with halter. at a evidently written in a
was out
negro 811.088
the ice also Hats
He was marched to puce in the west and will be present at a dinner done to the was I moment of hot-headed passion."I ,

end of the town where the other end given at the French embassy in honorof postA am, if God spares me, to returnto
of the rope was thrown over a cross. the king. Afterwards he will at big strike has been made on Hog this country early !n the new year
cr>"e c in the Koyukuk. The camp Umbrellas Etc.
arm of a telegraph pole and the negro tend a gala performance at the opera. } 300 and Conduct a campaign against: idolatry ,
--1JIi3 men, all well supplied.Mrs.
was drawn up. On the morning of Juj S, M. Loubet here and in other cittes of the
Durfee, better known Cor-
.The telephone wires were cut so as will make a private visft to Windsor United States. My American friendsdo
castle. inne Gray, committed suicide at . G0'r'O TIIE .
On London he
returning to
to prevent calling for aid, and one of I not regard me as an impertinent
the masked men went across the will lunch at the French embassy and Rampart by shooting.Dr. interloper but are glad to join hands
D. C. Medill formerly cf Dawson 41.
square and summoned a doctor who will then accompany Queen Alexanderto with one of the Anglo-Saxon race from
responded promptly and dressed the Aldershot for the review of the was elected mayor of Fairbanks. I whichever side of the ocean he may

rounds of the sheriff. troops. In the evening he will be entertained I Alexander Couthe, who was shot by happen to come. CHAMBERS SHOE CO
Recorder B. Daenckle from Tacoma, ,
Sheriff Austin had no Intimation of at a banquet by Foreign Secretary I I "I wish to remind you of one thing
I the intended lynching and made no Lord Lansdowne ana later at has recovered. No prosecution. Judge fcefore I leave. When you were con
James Wycksham and party of five "tad door from corner Opera House Block, Ocala, Fla.r .
preparations to put on extra guards. tend a state ball at Buckingham pal secrated to the high office of bishop
who left Fairbanks to join the Cook
The lynching was so quietly conducted ace. President Loubet will leave for you were asked! : Are yea ready with
that only a few people knew of the Paris en July 9. expedition to Mount McKinley, will return ali iaitaiul: diiiente to banish and
to Rampart in August.
approach of the mob or the hanging drive away from the church all erroneous

trntll they went down town this morn. SHIP SIEZED BY SHERIFF. and strange doctrines contraryto
ing. The body was cut down and God's word, and both privately and -
buried today and there is very little Attachment; for $4,000 Procured by De openly tocall upon and encourage i'
excitement. signer of "Young America." Two Men In South Carolina Givo Themselves others to do the same? solemnly in

fh.e negro made a confession to the New York, July 1.-The ship, Up to Authorities. the presence of God and the congregation 5TRW55WHOLESALE/ & C 2.

brother of the young lauy and others "Young America" which is being built Augusta. Ga., July Plnckney at the most serious moment of

who visited the Jail after his capture. in a Perth Amboy shipyard for a nautical Hutto, a prominent farmer of Orange- your life, you replied: 'I am ready, il

preparatory school cf Rhode Is burg county convicted and sentenced the Lord being my helper.'
CLUB CASHIER DEFAULTS land has been seized by ue sheriff seven 1 merely want to ask you now, was
years ago to four years in the
Middlesex county N. J., on an attachment that a lie or the truth* Were you lying 1
penitentiary, entered tne office of the
Disappears and Takes With Him Large of 4.800 procured by the superintendent of the penitentiary at to God when you were consecrated

Sum of Money. designer of the vessel. Columbia this morning unattended and bishop of New York? You know, LIQUOR I
The right of the sheriff to attach the well I that the
X ek York. July -Reports of a delivered his: committment and as as do blasphemous
large defalcation in tie accounts of boat was disputed at the shipyards self to serve his term. papers memoirs the mass and the bun wee- ''i DEALERS
the officers claiming no payments had J
tin Harmonic club. New York's moot Yesterday a white man, named ,
exclusive Hebrew social organization been made. The "Young America" was
George Box of
county convicted
hive been followed it is stated by the being constructed for the purpose ol of a similar offense, appeared at LOOK OUT
fitting the boys to enter Annapolis. FLORIDA.
disappearance of the club's cashier. the penitentiary without commitment I
The cost of the vessel was to bi $150 t
First reports 6f the shortage in the papers but was refused admittance. FOR MALARIA.An m

rash account placed the loss at a high 000.Its until papers had arrived. He waited
figure but it is now believed the sum promoters claim to have had about Columbia s k
until this
this morning, epidemic of Malaria is to follow :1
The shortage amount subscribed, but say they sure
Mill not exceed $15,000. when the arrived, and :
papers applieda
was discovered when the bankbooks had been unable to collectG. second time for admission to the the wet season and tbe high waters STRESS i

were produced. Until that H. Eiswald. vice president of thNautical which have prevailed all over the
penitentiary. He was admitted a few
pointas reached during the Investigation Preparatory school of Rhode minutes South. Malarial and kindred fevers
after Hutto, and measures I
it seemed likely that many mem. Island, made a statement today regard were taken for striped suits for both will develojte to au alarming extent. I $, I
bers might be called to their tag the seizure of the school shli General I
upon pay mea at the same time. conditions will be bad;
' dues and restaurant bill for an entire "Young America" at the yards of tb<< I every precaution should be taken. ROYAL
Perth Amboy Shipbuilding and Englai I
year, a second time. SESSION SKUPSHTINA CLOSED.
company. Mr. Eiswald said the seta The System Must Especially Be For.
ure was made on a claim of W. Q i
titled to Resist Malarial Attacks. I
STRIKE AT CHARLESTON, S. C. Winant, the vessel's designer for alleged > Avakuminovics Read Ukase. sj f
Servian Elections. A trial of fifty has demonstrated RESERVE
breach: of contract, not for arrears years J
Contractor; Refusal to Recognize of overdue salary and that Wl- Belgrade, July 1.-(At the meeting that for this emergency, Dr. Har- STNAU S 6CG e

P h Union Causes Walkout nant had received up to April 30, when of the skupshtina today Premier Ava- ter's Iron Tonic has no equal. Iron is i

Charleston, S. C.. July 1.-Several his connection with the school termi- kuminovics read a ukase closing the the fighting element in the blood, and 4 FULL QUARTSS3.50 DELIVERED
i hundred workmen engaged in build i dated the of SOO specially summoned by the ,
sum $ all that was the kind of iron supplied by Dr. Har- '
' ing operation have strike due that time. Mr. provisional government June 11. tt--- ,
gone on a at Eiswald further ter's Iron Tonic is
After just the kind the )'
reading the ukase the
a result of the disagreement between said that the school corporation premier
thanked the system requires to successfully combat aris
trades council and had skupshtina on behalf of .
building employing I already paid the shipbuilders $750 ,-
s the government for the election of malarial conditions. Don't wait until
contractors. Building work is generally affected.All that its assets: were sufficient' to makethe King Peter and added that the government you are attacked. Take it now and for sri ,,

classes of workmen except plumbers remaining! payments as they came had concluded that it was bet tify yourself; it is an absolute; safeguardand

electricians and white paintersare due. ter to postpone all legislation until the at the same time, it is the best .

involved. -- new skupshtina was elected The tonic and iuvigorant for the entire sys-

The contractors say they are not seriously Hallway Superintendent Resigns. premier pledged the government to tem. On the other hand, quinine disturbs "
hurt as there is no rush: workon Chattanooga, Tenn., July 1.-W. H. see that the elections were carried out the system and its cumulati'ep.li"vnlll'gets I STRAUSS 76"Maryland ,

hand, and little important buildingis Starr, superintendent of the Cincinnati with perfect freedom so that the result i greater physical troubles e
bein done. New Orleans and Texas Pacific may truly represent public opin
The ;matter involve is chiefly! oi railway, with headquarters at Somer. than those it is employed to remedy.
ion.The I
recognition, and does not originally set, Ky., has resigned. The positionof elections! are expected to take Where a bad case of chronic Malaria JL

affect wages or hours of labor though general superintendent of the CCin, place in the middle: of September and already exists,; tike DR. IIARTER'S I

these features are being introducedand cinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific doubtless will result in a considerable FEVER and AGUE SPECIFIC. It is I II

will probably figure; in any negotiations and the Alabama Great Southern increase in the number of radicals in guaranteed to cure. Price 30 cents.

for a settlement. Some workis railways now filled by M. W. Ma- the house. BUT IF YOU WILL I ;
being done by non-union men. guira, has been abolished and Mr. The King has already promised that

Maguire returned to his former po the new cabinet shall be composed in Sfis HARTER'S

Conference American Rabbis. sition of division superintendent oi accordance with the results of the elections. r1iMj1M

Detroit, July 1.-A paper on "As- the Cincinnati New Orleans and Texas IRON TONICYou w 1

eyriology and the Bible and Pacific railroad at Somerset, sue
answerto Wont Have Malaria. Price $1.
"Dsatsca on Bible and Bibel" by ceeding Mr. Starr. These changes Friction Over Cjeslion: Averted. I g

Rabbi K. KOhler Ph. D,. of Cincinnati, take effect Jilv 1. New York, July 1. At a conference All dealers handle or send to DR.

:vas the feature of the forenoon cession Gold Dust Recovered 'From Carpets. between representatives of clothIng HARTEK MEDICINE Co., Dayton, Ohio. M Rye.

of the central conference o* San Francisco. July 1. The carpets trades unions with an aggregate f !
h F' Houston, Tex..Aug. 1,1901.IJ I
membership of 40,000 and of the ClothIng
I American rabbis at Temple Bethel. Before of the adjusting rooms of the "I have used Dr.Barter's
x Rabbi Kohler read reports lade United States mint were taken up a Manufacturer's association, an Iron Tonic myself and m my STRAIISS&Ce

, by the secretary and treasurer and few days ago and treated to a process agreement has been reached by which can family heartily for over recommend twenty-five it. 1 years regard,and it (

t' the committees of publication on for removing gold dust A bar of the wages pail under a former agree as particularly valuable to ward oU:malarial I J

Union Hymnal *nd on the Jewish gold valued at $3.000 was the result meat will be extended one year, avert and other fevers. J.H. HATES, ,1',4 QUARTS,56.00DELIVERED:
'> American historical exhibit. The carpets were laid six years ago. ing threatened friction over the wage J Land and Emigration Agt.,Frisco Line. I

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TERICS. announcement procession. TI e I
Bob. Davis "jea' latf," *o much and
"Brick City" ha two candidate for i
BO loud it ill i not at all Improbable that I MALARIA
governor and one for state superinten
.:; some few will fail to take hi. candidacy i.1 .
FROM THE STATE PRESS. :i jNII i dent. W. K. Zwadaki has not yet tr d .
seriously and leave him at the tend y
1 the what has
ai-oken. By
...N 1N NII. way
of the race In a hysterical fit.Gadsden .-
become of the Marion statesman with
SOT A CLAM. County Times. I the Polish narne.---Palatka. Herald. An Invisible Health. '
lUlL because Jell Browne i is sojourn 11N I 1111 Enemy
, lag oD the coast It does not necetwariy TOO GOOD A MAX TO BE SACRIFICED

''-_ *;| n an that be U doing the oyster General Bullock will not keep Sena. General Bullock is too good a man r.r ? ., c

11 'or dam ""*.-!Pa'11' Herald. ter Drown in suspense any longer. to betaii3ced in the personal interest Malaria is an invisible atmospheric poison. The air becomes infected -

',1P 11N The I latter gentleman! baa acted very I of .* man with a claim whose with the gases and microbes arising from the marshes and low lands, ; -' :;

AS TO JT1XJE LIDDOX.sff niagauimously toward tbe ex-con- justice has not been fully established.By damp cellars, sewer pipes, badly ventilated houses and decaying vegetable .

, : :now if Judge Liddou will take his beI I; gresaiudu, and he deserves better I the by, this same Col. Wailes not matter, and we unconsciously inhale them into the lungs, when

I||rinJtououi of sock, he might!: : tre8.tD1ent-T"'mp' Tnimue. long HKO owned over 100,000 acn-a of they are taken up by the blood and circulated throughout the system. '

l'eotbl? ito KfiuJ the gubernatorial I .... I' bud in Florida given to him for Malaria gives no warning of its coming; no immediate effects are :- ,

f mplgndowutoftfine edge.-Apa- STILL FOR LIDDON. seen, and no violent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer is
doing lobby service for the ,
The litruld U everlastingly
: the of this hidden foe. This invisible
\.. completely at mercy enemy may F
and his advocates in the legislature
boom yet
going for Cougretiuan Dnis' be following us night and day, but often the first intimation we have of
'. BE 1-OfCLAR IX OCALA.Brown' aigured that he is a poor man.-
WILL for governor. If the Herald really
its presence is a chilly, creepy sensation running over the body,
Iron Bitten seem to be Punta Gorda Herald.
wants to the best man for 4
sometimes followed fever and tired and .
NII by a slight an always drowsy r
popular In Ocala just now. After the that position it ought to get in line i 11
IN AGREEMENT WITH GENERAL depressed feeling. The blood soon becomes deeply poisoned, thinned
primaries there will be a demand up for Judge: Liddon.-Suwannee: Dem BULLOCK.
and weakened by the teeming millions of microbes and germs, and an
that way for DavU' Pain Killer.St. ocrat. Gen. Robert Bullock says that be 1I/
*.*. irregular, slow circulation is the result. This condition of the : !!

Augustine Record.NN A TASK FoR MCBEATH.Perhaps feels that his state was disgraced by blood gives rise to innumerable and serious troubles : torpidiliver\ f' '

-, OASTON AM ALPHOXSE. if Frank Harris could be the recent legislature in virtually repudiating enlargement of the spleen, loss of appetite and feeble digestion, a 1

The gubernatorial situation in induced to attend that summer schoolat the contract of H. I. Wailes pallid or yellow skin, boils, carbuncles, abscesses, indolent ulcers, t

with the state of Florida for services '
Marion county so far as: Brown and Ki&iuimee" loui Me Beat h might and pustular and _
I in connection with the Indian war LOCISVMJ.E KY., :March 26th, 1902.
Bullock are concerned seems to be on qualify him for the position of superintendent For several years I suffered with Chills and Fever, scabby skin eruptions -

ml after you my dear Alphonse, I of schools in time for the claims. The Metropolis and the gen. caused by Malaria my system, and each summer for of various r1 --:

ordC'-Tlw -Union. fall prim.irilI.-Sl Augustine Record. eral public are agreed on this point. several years I would relapse. Finally my physician prekinds, are common symptoms of malaria.

4 11 1111 The Metropolis bases its opinion upon scribed S. S. S. In alL I took three bottles, and theyentirely Frequently. health becomes so impaired,

BAD TACTICS. STOVALL A GOOD FIGHTER. the sworn statements of Florida's ex- cured me, and I have never been troubled since. and such a lifeless condition ensues that the

Bob latI has not been a Editor tkovull, Tampa, charged I am sure> no other medicine could have given me so
"Our jes : governors,senators and represenativesin loses interest in his surroundings and
.omplete and immediate relief and I cannot speak too person
s. acctteful campaign cry. His shrewd by some of the press boys with being congress. We can't go back on highly of S. S. S. My partner in business u now taking faith in all human remedies. Malaria: if

friend over the district long since saw inconsistent. He is simply susceptible such men as these.Metropolis. S. S. S. for an eruption of the skin and general run down allowed to remain in the system, lays the foundation -

K the error In the silly expression.- to a little fluttery, but when it IN1 condition of his system, and though he has taken but for other diseases that very often proveone

r.: Jacksonville Metropolis. comes to a show down Stovall is HERE'S FISH TO SCALE. bottle already commences to feel better. fatal or permanently wreck the health.Malaria .

Gov. Jennings says that the general West Market St. L SHAPOFF.
IIN 931
; usually found lighting for his con can only be worked out of the
:. HE 13 A STRONG MAN revenue Uw permitted the railroadsto
. Gen. Robert Bullock has announced victions.-Jacksonville Metropolis.J. make their own assessment, hence, system through the blood, and a remedy that can destroy the germs and microbes and

neutralize the bad effects of the poison offers the only hope of a cure, and the only medicinethat
himself.. a candidate governor. J. X. C. SEARCHING OUT BIO WORDS. his disapproval.
that he can accomplish this is S. S. S., which not only purges the blood of all morbid, unhealthymatter
-Hils I a trong man politically, and At last accounts John Stockton was Senator McCreary says wasa
but keeps it and healthy. It searches out and destroys trace of Malarial
pure every
hoe given distinguished service to the oiling his wagon preparatory to leav- member the committe to wbom
poison and keeps the blood in such a vigorous condition that poisonous matters of no kindare
.t&te.-Nassau County Star.COSTIXCES ing on a tour of the state. It is stated the revenue bill was referred and thatif ,
allowed to accumulate but are promptly expelled from the
that he has already looked through it permitted railroads to make their
TO "JES' LAFF." During the spring is an opportune time to begin the fight against this invisible enemy,
the dictionary and has secured a own assessments that the bill was
Brown of Marion has come down for the hot, sultry summer days will cause the germs to multiply and still further impoverish
select lot of adjectives to use in denunciation changed after committee reportedon
and ,,'maupport Bullock. This will the blood and weaken the constitution, and now more than ever the Malaria sufferer
of his opponents.-Falatfea it and it was enacted into law
give the "grand old man" of Marion needs a good blood purifier and bracing tonic.A .
Herald. Mr. McCreary further that the
A aovote. But ''our Bob" "j &5bC.l IIN course of S. S. S. at this particular season will
section of the law relating to railroad
Utka Herald. JENMNG'S AT TALLAHASSEE, : relieve you of Malaria and its attendant evils, reinforceand

NN How any man living under tbe assessment was suggested and dictated build the and the
up system, purify strengthen slug- 1
MfST USE A "BOB." shadow of a great and good institu- by Comptroller Croom.
; gish blood and quicken the circulation, when the appetiteand

C. M. Brown ns how gracefully tion of learning, and having children It is now up to the enrolling com digestion improve and all the vital powers rapidly
mitte to tell us:: what they know
withdrawn from the gubernatoriall coming up to be educated, can bestow recuperate under the invigorating tonic influence of this
about it.i -White Springs Herald.IN .
in favor of Gen. Robert Bullock. fulsome praise upon another man for great vegetable remedy. Its freedom from all minerals makes it the ideal remedy in all

. 'la fl nlng for that nomination it the and usefulness
checking progress
Malarial troubles and perfectly adapted to the most delicate constitutions. *
re **m absolutely necessary to use a ot that institution when it U done un-
of Malarial write about it and will
If have
Senator Brown of Marion may you any symptoms poison, us our Physicians .
& -8t. Augustine Record. der mere technical duty is more and advise without Book Blood and free.
. IIN sometimes do foolish things, but he take up your case you charge. on Skin Diseases,
understand. T llahat-
than we can <*

Alfred! St. Clair Abrams of Lake seean. 1111MAGNANIMOUS I shot. For instance: Gen. Bullock a 11.

county la said to be in the race for MR. BROWN. few days ago in discussing the Death of a Prominent Lawyer.

attorney generaL Alf is a chip off Talk about magnanimity among Wailes claim uld that he had a Gainesville is mourning the deathof

of the old block aud if be gets in the politicians, the Hon. C. M. Brown, of good mind to run for justto
Hon. 1 6.: Y. Finley one of her
nee will be heard from.-Madison Ocala, is the most rnagauirnous gentleman vindicate the honor of Florida.
oldest and
moot: prominent attorneys.He .
Recorder.! that ever appeared on the pole
t This remark was more than an opportunity died Saturday night of stomach
itical horizon. The people will re-
NEXT? for Senator Brown-it was troubles. He wa the oldest son of

Oar Bob," WAS hardly throughwith member him and his political future a Goo'ilt'ud-and he utilized it to pull General J. J. Finley and was himself Dyspeptics -
will be& great deal brighter than his an made wary fey by tacit ova esnlavdm -
r the 'opening of a chestnut Bur,' himself out of a bad boghole. Justas over 60 years of aae.; The deceasedwas
that ease of eooatipatioa befog UtooQmM
chances were to defeat Bob David forgovernor.Tampa .seer.
h Tlnj already a dark Brown' taste soon as he could be interviewedhe well known in Ocala and the chronic. TakeOH'SLMR

in hU mouth' when behold he meets a Tribune. announced-for publication, of announcement of bis death was re-
I 1111 [ FILLS>
'Bullock' the road. Where will it LET'S HAVE A SCRAP. course-that he would withdraw as a ceived here with sincere regret.
nd?"-Bartow Courier-Informant.IN ,The Palatka Times-Herald is devot- candidate for governor in favor of I "ANDTOMIC "PELLETSI

effort his friend Gen. Bullock. Of course If Adam had Been a Tobacco Chewer. I be only teoediee which unit Nag rs ad de aot pt ia barl
ing its wit and sarcasm to an )fr
BIOWX AND HIS DICTIONARY.Hon. discourage gubernatorial aspirants Senator Brown had correctly read the "I can't say," said Uncle Hirarn [way. Powerful purgative gripe* Pi sod oak eoafinMdf

:C. Muuroe Brown in denying Sparks, that I entirely approve of the ( drag-taken. Ramon' Remedies act gently tod lean the j
"Our Bob. handwriting on the wall and
from coming out against
system independent ot drug For ala by an datlM.
that he would withdraw from the i tobacco habit, but did you ever think
Thunder, man! don't you want to see knew that to run against Bob Daviswas I Your drnggiat will romiab a tree camel ors will
ran for governor evidently believes I what a difference it might have made
a fight? Let's bring out Burr Brown, : simply committing political sui. I
that the in the of the \ Brown Mfg. Co.
dictionary U more powerful I history if Adam
Browne and Gibbons and have a rat- cide. He knew that if he didn't take
than common English. After hurling had had a chew of tobacco in his New York
tling good row of it. Five candidates his candidacy off the voters would
fierce mouth when Eve him with and Qreeneville.
Philippic against corporations, tempted /
would make things interesting. knock it off; and the opportunitywhich
trust the forbidden fruit? Alice Sun. Tenn.
etc., he declares that -
Punta Gorda Herald. he embraced to take it off
he vlll be found ou the side of the
Two .
Bottles Him.I
NN as Brales Lungford would Cured
People who will be "lined up In was, say l
Macedonian HONOR OF THE STATE AT STAKE. "a worldbeater.White Sp rings was troubled with kidney complaintfor
phalanx with determit -
The Wailes claim against the state about two years," writes A. H. lI
Uon "
kindled Into a blaze. Wow!1Be. ; Herald. !I ll
Augustine Record. of Florida will doubtless be broughtup I 11N Davis, of )[Sterling! la."but two
Tho forces to Con. bottles Cure effected
political opposed Foley's Kidney
again in the next legislature, and 8.1 l POST OFFICE DKl'C STOKE OCAL.t FLA.
greasmauR. W. Davis for governor, permanedt cure." m
DO YOU GET UP judging from present sentiment will Hound kidney are safeguards of.i -
have, it seems,after beating about the I
then be settled so as to maintain the life. Make the kidneys healthy with '
WITH A LAME' bush far' lo, these many moons, at last
BACK ? honor of the state. Col. Wailes Kidney Cure. m McMillan
consolidated on Judge B.I S.: Liddon of Bros
-- earned the amount agreed upon between -
Icy Trouble Makes You Miserable. Marianna. Rockledge News. {TroUaatonal.rn .
him and the state his faithful
by .... ""- ...... -- I I
Alma everybody who reads the news- worK in securing the paymont of It is reported that Hon. D. H Mays,
plpers is sure to know of the wonderful E.BIGGS I Southern Copper Works
IJ cures made by Dr. the Indian war claim, and Florida of Mouticello, will be a candidate for -
y Kilmer'sSwamp-Root, cannot atford to compromise herself governor. Taylor county may safelybe
( in Block.)
the great kidney liver
and bladder remedy. by refusing to pay her just debts.- counted in the Mays column if he OCALA. FLORIDA.J Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

l e It is the great medical Lake City Reporter. makes the race-Taylor County ] D. Ft'LLJR.-: :
l triumph of the nineteenth -
1111 and General Metal Workers.
_A century; discovered Advocate. DEXTIST.
I! after of The Oeala Banner says the phrase, 1111 .
d Over Munroe&: Chambliss Bank, Ocala Fla.
scientific research by 'our Bob jess lads," is injuring the With Grover Cleveland clean out of

Dr. Klirner. the emi- the race, it looks as though William J M. THOMPSON_
W. Davis
of Hun. Robert
3s,: nent kidney: and bladder candidacy
: Randolph Hearst is going to be the PHYSICIAN AXD SCRGEOX.:
specialist! and is The Banner is correct. I
wonderfully :successful In promptly curing governor. for the Democratic for Office over Tea-pot Grocery.Opp. Monteiuma. Old Stills taken in
nominee for
lamo fc*. uric acid trou- The phrase has been worked to death party OCALA FLA. exchange new ones. Patching

ties and of Brighfs Disease,which is the worst and if it is continued, it will be the i-the pre"idency.-Tampa Tribune. J U. CHASE, through the country aJpecialty. Orders by mail NT

kidney trouble. I' ---- wire will receive pr npt attention at either of the _.
Jt101* Swamp-Root Is not rec- death knell of even so popular a can Treat Kidney for Rheumatism. DENTIST,
nended for everything but if you havekid- I your OCALA FLA I following works -
Mr. Davis. The phrase is a
eey. aver or bladder trouble. it will be found didafe as When your suffering from rh uema-
but the remedy need. It has been tested The people are entitled to L. SISTRChK.
)buo many Ways In hosPital work. In private emyone. tistn, the kidneys must be attended to CARLOS 1 FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA.
from gentlemanwho
better a .
Pactice. among the helpless too poor to pur-- something at once so that they will eliminate the ATTORNEY.AT.LAW.Room I
Citise relief and has proved so successful in represents the second congressional 4, Masonic Building;. Ocala. FlaS 2$ 1EDWIX I JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MOBILE, ALA...
y case that uric acid from the blood. Foley's Kid
a special arrangement has
: district congress
?, "ho made by which all reiders of this paper ney Cure is the most effective remedy -- ___ _
[ not already tried it, may have a avowed candidate for the high posit h
Weple hottl l sent free by mail also a book for this purpose R. T. Hopkins, of .
.tad anf more: about Swamp-Root and how to tion of governor of Florida, than "hejesslaflt" Polar wis., says "After unsuccessfully OCALA. 7-S-Y FLORIDA. CREAM
O"**>ou have kidney bladder trouble. on ('til e yOll1' WORMSVHITE'S,
which is quoted
Wes rring mention reading this generous every doctoring three years for rheumatismwith Study at Home [F3 c ta

b Ihi!j paper and occasion.-Arcadia Sews. the best doctors, I tried Foley's d ____ __ _____ ..; ____ __-_ terra to Ca mun. t. q.
o4 ------------------ --- ----

Drcji t.__ JOtlr, f&Co.Bing addre* to, a .'W.", HE DOX'T 11N"JES' LAFF." Kidney Cure and it cured me. I can Study improve learn tooooou..y"your condition" need AntbnwUc nut in. leave life. home With Alitebra.or the. employment Twlet Geoqjetl'J.Tngooom. Home to. for 20 Years Has Led all Worm Heme iese (

oa. N. y" Thefifty ... _id_. it not speak too highly of this great v..Grraamn& Rhetoric. Literature. History.Physrtt soLD BY Al.tL. :DR'UGG'J'_
from for
! 't cent and Hom.ofTiSitoo&. Judging appearances eununattoos.Psyehohi rv.Limn, rte of wrws.Teachers rtreuU prcd Iree.Address. Pnpared t7-' --'. JAMES F. BALLARD St. Lou'0 '.. .,
mar riles are sold by all good druggists. seems as though Ocala is trying to medicine." Post Office Drug Store.m I. I.RIMES. Palatka Florida. --.; vwvwv.,


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t:,..< PAGE TEN ___.'_ THE OCALA BANNER .-.

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To Cure a Cold in One Day.
T ruder the snow In the dark and the coldA Tragedy Occurs In Family Home al
pste little tendril wu humming;
Wallington N. J.
" r Sweetly it ung'oealb the frozen mould New York June :29! .-After a des Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.Seven .A '11 every
i, Of the beautiful time that was coming. :
perate struggle withLulu Miller, hi! V. /cp' x. 2
Million boxes soM fa post 12 months. This Signature
How foolish your songs,*'said a lump of clay; Two Men Are Killed and Several stepdaughter "The Hermitage" on4 ,
'; V*' at U there I ask to prove them? of the finest residences In Wallington,

P look at the wan between you and the day ... J. Will
Injured.THE im Dessler has shot and I -
_ # : ow tan you have power to remove them?" .
dangerously wounded'this wife and

ib Bat ander the ice and under the snow UNLUCKY TRAIN NO.2.. then shot himself: !In the heart causing

l. i The pale little sprout kept singing:; instant death. He had been estranged I Tie Formula tells the story :
"1 cannot ten how,but I know, I know.I .-
ji: While Running at High Speed Engine his wife for more than
T know what the days bringing.
" a year and went back, It is said, 1C!
11 f Strikes a Cow, Leaves Track and
::- s "Buds and blossom and buzzing bees seek a reconciliation. Grove's Chronic Chill Cure
. Blue,blue skies bove me; Turns Over-No Passengers Were When he returned to his wife's
Bloom the meadow and buds on the trees
i on Injured. house the stepdaughter answered hI! Not a patent medkine: a thin spirituous liquid, of a pleasant bitter taste, made of
to me-
: p And a great glad sun
the door.
!. t t Then a pebble spoke up You are quit Nashville, Tenn., June 29.-A specialto her ring aside at and rushed Dessler to his pushed wife's Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK

;- 1 absurd," The Banner says two men were killed apartments. Firing two shots at his Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK

: + I It a 4,-with your song's insistence, and several injured in an accident wife. Dessler then turned the pistol Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA
For 1 never uw a tree or a bird,
near :Marion Va., on the Norfolk and on himself after having overturned all
i' So,of course theie are none in existence" Western railroad. The train was the furniture In a desperate struggle It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.The

t f But"I know.I know"the tendril cried passenger No. 13, which was runningat with the girl who had followed hint .

p In beautiful,sweet unreason a high speed when the pilot strucka upstairs and: attempted to secure possession Best General Tonic. No Cure, No Pay. Price, SOc.
Tin lo I from its prison! glorified,
l ii causing the leave the
cow, engine to of the revolver.
t i "s It bunt in the glad Spring season. ,
track and turn over. Engineer Lee
Spauldjng and Fireman Hoover wIre COOLIES RIOT ON SHIPBOARD. -
t Instantly killed, and Express Messengers Judge Tillmin's Sugar Process. I, I -=---=
r : Otey and Wood were. seriously In Lives of Captain and Officers Were Judge Joseph 1 iJJman, of Quitman .

f jured. None of the passengers was Threatened.Ban shows a sample of first fJa.light ROLLIIff3 (( llf.Qfn

I Central Gordon's Vivid Description hurL Francisco June 29.-The steam. brown sugar which he made: by his |
l Spaulding WM caught under the lea er Peru arrived from Mexican ports
;.. 3 of a Cavalry Charge. new process on the ordinary yrup :
der and the body of Hoover was hurled yesterday bringing news of trouble [
kettle. He also had a maniple of r J,
A cavalry charge, met by a counterCharge through the cab and found In front board the Cnlng Woo the second snip I;1.1I
which made
; the of the engine. of the newly established China Commercial beautiful syrup" was ,
of cavalry U still perhaps.
1 : fan I --- -
some time under new .
The passengers were transferredand steamship line which has as i ago process.The .

x 1 the most terrible spectacle witnessed brought to Bristol this morslag. Its primal purpose the colonization 011 new proems which Judge Till-'! :, Announcement; :

r i iu war. If the reader has never seen Mexico with ChInese. man Las invented prevents ferm nla.

such a charge, he can form little con TWO KILLED; FIVE INJURED. Mexican soldiers were called out tc tion and removes the deleterious substances I' The following departments are open for entranceSsChs -

f' suppress an incipient not which broke from the It is paid I ":
ceptiou of i IU awe-inspiring fury. Head-On Collision on Chicago, Milwaukee out among the horde of Chinese coolies that people syrup., especially those I Conege.! Sdliss Aa.:e:7, !3 t!a 1_ ,....

<. Imagine yourself looking down from and St. Paul. on board the steamer at Manzanillo. affected many with kidney trouble!*!, cannot Itcllbs 2ihess 2:1:::!, Ecllit! Z::l cf !I;:.......

", s Gettysburg' heights upon the open, Des Moines, Iowa June 29.-Twa.aiea T-e lives of the captain and eat the ordinary syrup. Judge: Till- I S3llis! Sil cf fine Arts, 2Hirs:::::1 :! lezntl: .t I: us, l.f -.

are dead and five seriously In. I the officers were threatened by a mob! I -. __ _
below where that his = ae
plain man Bats removes -
wide-spreading process
f fured as the result of a head-on collision I of S50 angry Chinese and only the .
the acids which iaue feimntaiion The trustees announce as president t f five thousand horses are marshaled: that occurred in the yards of the presence of the soSiers prevented
D. D..resigned. Rev William Freemont Plackman. Ph. D.. anther of TIM Mtttag'"fHawaii"
and which make 'hI"
In battle line. Standing beside thew Chicago, Milwaukee and SL Paul railroad bloodshed The leaders of the revolt syrup injurious : and Professor of Sociology in Yale t'ninrsity front 189) to IOM. .4U| a i tit

t five thousand riders armed, booted in this city today between an were placed under arrest to people suffering from these com. i' of twenty professors! and instructors.. All i inquiries may be .<*rMuiJ to thr. .. t uI.iL .
accommodation train and a freight plaints.Savannah News.ST .
f t and spurred, and ready to mount. train drawn by two engines. The DUST EXPLOSION CAUSES FIRE. ** : ---
Bronchitis For Twenty Years. Ji' Ii
The sounds the "mount" and dead are: .
I bugle MrsI( Minerva fJaD\ille.UH7.: :: F.
fmuh BLdCKft4N.FKE5.
John Erlckson Des Moloes. American Malting Company of Mil II WWTEt MM fUi
's inatantantly five thousand plumes James Howard, brakeman, of Des waukee Sustains Heavy Loss. writes: "I bad bronchitis tor tweiiiy I'

t rises: above the horses as the riders Moines. Milwaukee, Wis, June .-The fire years and never got relief until I used: .;;;

; spring in their saddles. In front of the The injured are: early today In the big elevators owned Foley's Honey and Tar which has

rapectivea quadrons the daring lead. J. W. Morning, engineer. by the American Malting companyis sure cured me." PostOffieJDrug| :
i Fred Selsor Fireman. supposed to have been caused by Store. m
era take their places.. The fluttering SI. J. Plnl**. conductor.C. an explosion of dust in one of the -

pennants or streaming guidons, ten to W. Robinson. levato The buildings destroyed King Peter Congratulated.. eo

F. W. Bein, brakeman.No are: Belgrade. June 29.-8he kings oj For June Application t
each regiment, mark the left of the
passengers were injured. The Malt !house C, brick, yearly output Italy and Roumania, President Lou
companies. On the opposite side of wreck was caused by the o.tbound 800,000 bushels of malt; engine house bet of France. and Prince Nicholasof On Bearing Trees Use

c! the elope of the same plain are five train pulling out without, orders under and boiler room, brick, three stories; Montenegro bare added their congratulations .

thousand horsemen clad in ditl rent the impression that the freight train: elevator F, six stories protected with to those already receivedby
had pulled in. sheet iron, capacity 24,000 pounds; I King Peter from other chiefs ol FRUIT
:;: : uniforms, ready to meet these in malt house A, brick output 700,0 3 : states. These telegrams are regarded PERUVIAN MANUREA

countercharge. Under those ten WRONG TIME CAUSED TRAGEDY. bushels; elevator E, badly damaged as constituting official recognition V IAN E

; by water., but the efforts of the firemen of the new ruler of Servia.4W3.II.
thousand horses their hoofs iron
f are Had -
Clock Been Right Robertson saved It from destruction. The
it" ", shod and pitiless, beneath whose Would Be Alive. loss will be about $300,000. High Grade, Natural Guano Formula EnnrehFi' t. fro hi A.

.j furious tread the plain Is soon to quiv Memphis Tenn., June 29.-Had the -
$ clock on the walls of the fashionable INCENDIARY CIRCULARS Forms of Sulphuric Acid.
er. Again on each slope of the open SEIZED MI
boarding house at 106 Court street
field the bugles sound. Ten thousand kept the U
f time
right John
i Appeal Made to Continue Attack on Send for our new books- -...
t r nabres leap from scabbards and glistenin the victim of three bullets fired from
the pistol of William Hosklns would Russian Jews-Officials Uneasy. '
r the sun. The trained horses chafe Ideal Fertilizers" and "Florida
have been alive today. London, June 29.-The Odessa correspondent : Oranges"h

;, their restraining bits, and as the When Mrs. Kate Robertson, the wife of the Daily Mail telegraphs Jt5P'
:t>: bugle notes sound the charge, their of the slain! man decided to leave her that the seizure by the Kish. 6 QtS.

5 if nostrils dilate and their flanks' swell husband, children and home, she told fneff police of copIes of a printed ap WILSON a TOOMER FERTILIZER COM I M' J
one of her boarders, W. S. Tobey, other
to the citizens
peal to continue the
: -; In sympathetic impulse with the plans. He advanced her his boars $4 : J
J attacks on the has created
Jews uneasiness 0 1
dashing riders. "Forward" shouts so that she could buy her ticket to Si
Louis. The train left the Illinois In official circles. The circular VQ9. : 1
i the commander. Down the lines and m'
Central (depot at 8:55 o'clock Thurs says I

through the columns in quick succession day night. As soon'as she departed "The .government's warning need 12Qts I

;. ring the echoing commands. Tobey promised Mrs Robertson that not be taken seriously. If the per, e.a '1

he would tell her husband that she secution of the Jews Is carried out eUPRES'PREIII -
"Forward, forward!I' As this order
lk had left him. But the plans miscarried with proper determination, the south. ,
''k thrills: through) eager ears, sabres &:,hand with fatal results. ern centers will ultimately follow suit 1.

t spurs are planted in palpitating When Tobey looked at the clock he I resulting in the wholesale exodus of /Ii t >_.)-_) I'

caw that it was 9:15. Thinking that the detested and detestable Jews fromsouth
flanks. The horses
madly flying :
the train had departed he called Vf Russia. : \ \ ft f
thunder across the trembling field, Robertson and Informed him that Mrs, r

f: filling the air with cloul of dust and Robertson had left over 'the Illinois PEASANTS ATTACK GENDARMES Fern Hill
Central railroad. Rye
whizzing pebbles. Their iron-rim- his watch and saw Robertson that it was lookedat only Several Persons Killed In Fight at CHASJE. BLUM & COMPANY,

med hoofs in remorseless tread, crush 8:45 o'clock. He rushed to the depot Ludburg Crotia. 517 and 519 W. Bay St.
Vienna H. ROSENTHAL & SONS Distillers. !
June 29.-The Neue FreK
through the flesh and bones of hapless and dragged his wife from a chair car Press Jacksonville, flc. ..

today published
as the train was
riders who chance to fall. As front pulling out. Return that armed peasant attackedthe CINCINNATI -, OHIO. If
; lag home, he attempted to cut her ,..
f against front these furious riders throat, when Hoskins fired the fatal gendarmes at Ludberg Crotia yesterday - --- -- -
? whereupon the gendarmes fireda A 8. It--
plunge, their sweeping sabres slashing shot .. ..
The coroner's Jury returned volley, killing four men and wound, I :: --" 41V
a verdict "
edge agaiuet edge, cutting a way ing others. y.>
that tte: dee d was done in a RememberJE :'
through opposing ranks! gashing Justifiable! attempt to defend the life ofMrs. The peasants elsewhere In Crotia I This is the whiskey you hear people >* ,
it is added are rising in revolt Mai
fattet: ( breaking arms, and splitting; Mary Robertson. tial law was proclaimed at Ludbur talking about when they say"That f ,

beads, it is a scene of widest! war, a MINERS DECLINE PROPOSITION.Joint I recently on account of rioting. : I i0. a .,

whirling tempest of battle,bbort-livpd \ CAN sell you the Good Whiskey/ .*...
but terrible.-Extract from General Convention of Alabama Minen Certificate Incorporation Filed.Hartford ,II \
and Mine Operators. ; Conn., June 29.-Charlei smallest article or a I:
John B. Guidon's article in the June Birmingham June 29.-"''At today's W. Gross and Arthur L. Shipmai I It has held its place at the head of tfcw I <,

t atr rjcribner's. Joint< convention of the Alabama mi have filed with the secretary of stat 1 carload of anything pertaining -

w ners and mine operators the miners d& a certificate of incorporation of thE I column of High Grade Goods fur """'

Slight injuries often disable man: clined the proposition of the operators Manila Railway and Lighting company II to Hardware, Iron

because several dajs' loss of time and for an advance of 21-2 cents? per ton with $6,000,000 capital. The company i ripe, Xails, Powder, Dynamite many years, on what? Its Merit

when blood In the wages of miners with iron al has the right to build any kind t
poison developes, sometimes -
$12 per ton as a minlnAim instead ol of railroad anywhere to run steamship j Lime, Cement, Stoves. ,
results in the loss of a baud of $11. the scale to be a sliding one lines and to establish gas and electric

9: limb. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is based on iron prices. plants outside of Connecticut The STRAUSS & CO. ': '

liniment. The miners then asked for 5 cents backers of the new company are said TWENTYFIVECARLOADS ; : ,
an antlseptec When
applied advance, semi-montMy pay days and to be New York capitalists. IX OURWAREHOUSES .
to cuts, bruises! : and burues it an S-hour day. : I Distributors. f
Early Ratification Expected. '
causes them to heal Their demand .
s quickly at d without original was for 74
cents advance. The last London June 29.-The Times correspondent I .
proposition! I Ocala Flond
maturation, and prevents any at Shanghai telegraphs that --=- = -
was referred back to the joint scalE ,I --
danger (>f blood poison.:: For sale by committee who in turn referred it to the Chinese treaty commissioners are

Anti'Monopoly Drtg Store. m the Joint sub-committee on scale informed that the Pekin government ) BAND HARDWARE CO. -

4t The present contract expired July 1 British expects treaty an early, which ratification says the of correspondent the I $ < ( > > > .

It Is thought by many that a compromise .
Country Bojs Advantage
is advisable because, while J Gainesville, Florida.
# agreement will be reached
i The country boy has a wonderful since both sides have already receded article B has not been accepted in its _
entirety by all the other its
familiarity with nature. The thingshe some from their first propositions powers
: spirit is accepted in thepresent Amer
;Fl has learned about animals, birds lean, and Japanese negotiations.! UcHER and MACKAl

t and trees; the lore of the fields and BULGARIA ASKS EXPLANATION. JAS,3.GRAHAhrPreQident. OEO.V..H1'DIVi111ftet!
Forfeited Their Ball Bonds.
the woods, aud the streams-all these Of Concentration of Turkish. Troops al g
Paterson, N. J., June 29
k way be of great practical use:! to him. Sultantiope. MacQueen and Rudolph Grossman the The First? National Bank
Constantinople, June 27.-The Bulgarian
Connect this with what other students anarchists convWted! of having taken
agent here has asked the grand part in the labor riot here last June, '
of nature have found out and how Vizier for OF GAINESV ILLE.
an explanation of the concentration have failed to appear in court to have 3J ,

easily this: boy'a knowledge of the of Turkish troops at Sultan- their 5-year sentence put into execution

world about him broaden and tiope. The grand vizier has professed and their bail bonds of $6.500 FUNERALDIRECTORS. The Chartered T
may Only Bank in Alachua
.. entire Ignorance of the matter and each were declared forfeited. It Is County. .
deepen. School will then become to has promised to make an investigationIt
thought they have left the country. err

him a place where he may learn was announced In a Sofia dis Capital . . .. . .. . . .. . tai! 000 fIiI .....

things which will add pleasure and patch June to 24,The that Lokal the Aszteger Turks! of without Berlin Richmond,Va. lean Surplus and Undivided Profits -. . .. . . _ow 011 e

ll new interest to ,tbe' planting seed cause, had seized the Tillage of Sultan Richmond Va., June 29.-Te strike ftfallttoak of'Cofflni.CaUeU' Burt Does exclusively a banking business, with facilities must to nay D.tar. toy
situation today Is quiet. Cars an Bolts of every deteilptlon. 8p oUl awnti state. [Solicts the accounts of Farmers, Jtetcbaaa; Corp ntriaoe FlA. ._
or the milking of cows.-A. C. True, tiope, which commands the road tt running. on all lines and there hat late banal Mrrloei.Embalming. Etc. Interest allowed by special arrangement. AH bOtoiDN ,
Sofia vita four b uJioag 1
&M Ktuns.
.Director of the Experiment Stations. M' IOQ dt :vr'Pda1. to Order. 10.17 transacted promptly.
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I I Capt. Z. J. Drake, of Marlborough, yleNfrn rr CHARTER Of THE CENTRAL

MANY INJURED BY S. C., on a single acre of land in NATIONAL BANK OF OCALA.

Marlborough county, produced and The Yield of U. S. Na. 6 ,s.

harvested 17,107 pounds of corn in the Treasury Department. Office of the Comikier -

ear, of which only 140 pounds was of the Currency.

FALLING ELEVATOR. Government Washington D. C. Julep. .....
not considered first class. This acre 4v

produced 14,273! pounds of shelled \" deuce presented to the ua'", t\
Per Cent. Bonds been made to tflit
4 (1922)
corn or 254! bushels and 49 pounds to r tit
t The Central \atiomi Rust u/ Ot*...

the acre, allowing 56 pounds to the compared with the returns on located in the city cf Oca', m the owatr of
:Marion and sate of Flonda hi* compital wh
bU hel. When kiln dried, leaving; the 5% twenty year gold bonds all the provisions ol the statutes of the I'aiMtales
Accident Mangles Maqy at Pittsburg required to be complied with betort i*
ten per cent water it represented 239 issued by association shall be authorized to comment tie
business of Banking.
Our winning
bushels and when the water was entirely money books Now, therefore I, William B. Rid l., Can.-
written by men who know tell troller. of the currency do hereby certify tiThe
Pennsylvania.SHflpT removed, 217 bushels. This THE :MUTUAL all about Central National Bank" ot Ocala Ur....
you in the city of Ocala, in the county of Marion ae4state
was the biggest yield ever made froma of Florida is authorized to com mr net dw
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY business Bankiig as provided la lection: IR}
single acre in the United States. Potash one hundred and sixty nine of the Bears
Statutes of the Crated StatesIn
NEW testimony whereof witness ray k. a4
Dean L. A. spencer, after a brief OF YORK, They are needed by every man seal of office this ninth day ot June iget.iSEAL
FIRST ? who owns a field and a plow and

visit in Ocala with Rev. H W. Little i Richard A McCurdy President; of who them.desires to get the most out 019 Comptroller of the CMTtacy.

returned to his home at Orlando
They are free, Send postal card. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

Wednesday. This distinguished is shown in a I ledger statement CFRMIY KALi TCOSCS
98 :Noam Mml, few yOrk

Tweijty-Three People were Crowded in the Elevator clergyman i is also, a.n architect and which can be obtained by .- .;J Department of the Interior Land Office e

Gainesville Fla. ft
came to Ocala to look at the propertyon
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- -- ---- -

when it fell with a Crasl), Causing which the new Episcopal church addressingCecil 1\ IS! HERESY settler GIVEN hu filed THAT__TUBfollowiagDamed .,

hIS intention to make final proof in luapuFt tt
i is to be built. He was very greatly hIS claim and that said proof.dl be nlwte b*>
fore Clerk Circuit Court ai Ocala. Fla, 011
the Injury of a Large Number) of pleased with the site and he will draw Wilcox $
Manager or Florida,Jacksonville For nearly July 1 Ih. 1911],

the plans for the new church soon. J.H. Livingston Agent Ocala, Fla. viz ANN E. NOBLES ot Early Bad, *.... +4.
half a century 37416 for the north half of southwest quarter at
Persons-..No fatalities. section 14, township 15 south range 19 OK*.
He names the
I following witnesses to yexwe
Mr. J. W. McAllister was broughtto REMOVES HIS APPENDIX. lis continuous residence upon and caltivtfiM

-- l'"errrsSeeds of said land viz J. D. Williams. of Karl MM,
Ocala Tuesday morning by an A. : Fla Jesse S. Williams, of Early Utrd. Ml.
Heroic Operation Performed by Wife Leroy Williams ot Early Bird *!'a KpkMta
rittsburf. Pa., July L The break I'po.with whale oil, but thus fat C. L. conductor and turned over to on Husband. Parker of Leroy Fla. (gj 4, :'J

Uj gf a shaft on the first floor of the without effect If the lice are not the hospital for treatment, having Bethany Ills., July 1.-With her ,:*. = |W G. KORIM8OK
ia air .II
JL J. Heinz coa.'uny's plant in AIle&tnl checked the apple! crop of the county been kocked off the railroad track husband dangerously 111 from an attack han kuiiiot been suueveryanrre growing famous ruts"very by -

released the ropes supporting valued at more than $1O OOOO, will of appendicitis, 800 miles from all porijiaiu ili-alers.tree SillS to all aced applicant Annual --- -

t large freight elevator on which 22 be ruined.A near Kendrick just before daylight by medical aid, the wife of Dr. W. H. Lagan l>. FERRY ACO.Uctrult. << CITATION OF ADMINISTRATION.

person* were cro\\' 'd. San Francisco dispatch says: a a engine. His wounds are not serious of this city, acting under the instructions Mica.

The case fell from the fifth floor intc Wong Kai Kah, the Chinese commissioner and he will be out in a few days. of the feeble patient, before S In County Court Marion County, PlorkU-By
the of said
the cellar a distance of 45 feet, and to the St Louis exposition, he succumbed to the anaesthetic. cut Jndge County

every one on the 6la8tor'as injured left last night! for St. Louis! with his away his vermiform appendix, performing WHERE.\.S. E. C. \MMIS HAS \I'I'UD
Mrs. C. M. Gray and sou, Charlie, for letters of adm .. 1111 In
It it thought that at least two will die. family, secretaries, artists, artisansand the dangerous operation so T. on the estate ol John Bunch Jeka I'.....c1.
wife and iOn of Rev. C. M. Gray, of MURPHY and Stephen Vanzant deceased, teu ol aaN
When the accident occurred the ele- servants. A special train ol successfully that he soon rallied and County of Manoo.

ntor vu evidently overcrowded. four cars carried the party. St. Petersburg, were delightful visitorsin she was able to have him conveyed to These are therefore to cite and adMOBMh att
and singular the kindred and
According to what was told by Dr. The radical wing of the revolutionary thecity Wednesday. Master Charlie a point where surgical aid! could be deceased to be and appear before creditunqf thai Cetrt mm ell

J. S. Phillips, physician at the plant, veterans at Havana have petitioned had. Letters received from China an or before
is an accomplished musician, and is Machine\ and IroiWorls.Iron the iSth day"/Jul .4. It. ,
the antics of two men on the elevator congress for the immediate ap. nounced that Dr. Logan has entirely ) ( 1. ;
heard in and selec- recovered from his attack returned file objections, if any they have to Ik*
piano pipe to
who were Intoxicated, caused the polntment of a congressional committee organ granting letters a* aforesaid. uthcrwMc to

disaster Dr. Phillips says the two to pass on the validity of the sol) tions with great pleasure.-Tampa his station and resumed his work. same will be granted as prayed.
Witness my name as County J.d ..11ho
men crowded on the car after being diers' claims. They ask that 25 per Tribune. Dr. Logan and his wife have been County aforesaid this 4th day oljM*. 194.I .

told! by the operator to stay off. Once cent thereof be paid out of the gov missionaries In China for a numberof Itra-v and Itrouzo Cutting I SEAL; ] It. ftCLUKKa
12 bt E aMy jMfef.
oa, they commenced jumping with the ernment's present surplus. Some of Marshall Chas. Pinkoaon departed -years. They were forced to flee *: Machine and Pattern

malt that the shaft snapped and left the most radical veterans denouncethe from the country during the boxer Shop..: Marineaiul Uail- -
Monday for Ocala having in
the elevator without control. government because the payments troubles, coming to Bethany, where road NOTICE.In .
Rev. David Hall arrested directionof the physician practiced his! professionuntil Id-pairs.
The reams of the injured and the have been delayed. by

peace had been restored In the 610 to 617 E. St JacksonvilleFOLEYSHONHMAR the Circuit Court of the FfMt
crash of the huge cage as it struck George :Meredith the novelist, whose the United States marshal for stll- Bay .nu
the bottom of the shaft brought hundred Celestial empire, when he returned to Florida, in and f Marion
condition yesterday was announced tc jug whiskey without license.-
a ,
his former station in China and again Chancety.
of workmen and to thE
women be critical is Improved today a
says Louisa Evans. Plaintifl. TH. Addison Ihraaa.fendant. M1a
Gainesville Sun. took up the work of a missionary physician. .
and call sent for
hurry was
rescue a cablegram from London. .-Bill for dlvotU.

phjilclanj and ambulances and the The British commander in Somali j tops the cough and heals lungs IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DURND&ft

Injured were hastily examined and land, East Africa, has telegraphed ta I Miss Anna Mixon entertained her RIOT IN NEGRO CHURCH. i Addison Evans be and he I* hereby rtylls.
ed to appear to tbe bill Of complain ta Wr
berried to the hospitals., the war office at London discreditingthe friends with a very pleasant! party NOTICE. cause on

Tilt U the first serious accident reports that several British offl Five Hundred Shots Fired-White Man. Jf 1"/1,lilt fJI Bag.L D. ryp.'
Tuesday night at her home on South ---
vtlch hag ever occurred at the plant cers are prisoners !n' the Mad Iul.lah's : Fatally Injured. It is further ordered that copy of U.' elfg
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuitof be published once a week, fur tour oaalaaeDle
street. Whist was played and Columbus Ga., June 30.-John Cash
camp. The general says desertS Florida, in and for Marion County.In weeks in the Ocala Bann.r.Dune .
"tt.burg, July 1.At the result era from the Mullah's forces deny the the prizes were won by Miss Annie a white man about 40 years old was Chancery this the ijth>> day of May A. D. MM
[SEAL] S. T sIsTRrJitx.!
probably fatally shot by Henry White
of t'&rffuleumlnatlont at the various rumors.A Mathews and Morris Smith. Mrs. A. C. Caldwell. and Mrs. S. A. C. Hunter CABLosL.biaT.4UNK. Clerk i9ratt OBMt,
hotpluU! today It was stated that a a negro, at a negro church 8 miles and Complainant's Solicitor. f.q
Tien Thin dispatch says that the Joseph H. Hunter her husband and next

number o' the victims of the Heinz local comments the al west of Hamilton, near Five Points, friend. Complainants, vs. John O. Caldwell,
newspaper on Mr. J, Taylor Scott, owner of theTampa In Harris county. Edward Caldwell Elizabeth
r critor'Accident were more seriously leged significance of the gathering ot I J. : D. Gibson, NOTICE.
Hotel and who Cash went to the church drunk, and and A.J. GibsonMrs. Mary Higgins and
.art than at first reported, and that the American British and Japanese Bay is extensively -
disturbance when Francis W. Hi gin",W. D.Rutherford
began raising a ,
to will probably die within a few fleets in the northern part of the gul engaged in the purchase of White shot him seven times with a George !McWharter Mrs Minnie B. Notice of Application for Tax Deed antler {MO>
tour Those In a critical condition! tiou 8 Chapter 4Ss5, Law of FlorM..
of Pe<;hi-Ll. It is asserted that no
Caldwell and
lands in many of the counties of! pistol, nearly all the bullets taking James Caldwell
art Otis R. Thompson, a clerk at less than 57 Russian warships of one George Caldwell. Joe Caldwell, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT r. '.
South Florida is in the and is effect. purchaser of Tax Certificate !re.zzo. .
city a
the who acting guide to .
plant was as Defendants.
assembled Port
another at
sort or are The negro congregation became dated the 4th day of Apnl, A. D. seta, hi
the visitors; John Cterney, of Alle- Arthur. The Japanese officers who guest at the Ocala House.R T IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTSin filed said certificate in my office and ha* aside
greatly excited and it is said that application for tax deed to issue IB acron4M
|aiay; Mr. Edward P. Holeman ol were on leave of absence in No this cause, John 0 Caldwell J. Edward with law. said certificate embrace the fafcw-

Mount Holl,. Ohio, and Mrs William China are said to have been uIlI'4home. something like 500 shots were fired. Caldwell. Elizabeth D. Gibson and A. J. Gibson ing described proper y utiuted la Marisa
P. Poreher ,
general agent of the although Oath Wit the only person in. Mrs Maggie Higgins a d Francis W. HiggIns.W. county Florida towit.:
1t1rb1.! of Paris Ky. D. Rutherford, George .McWharter. Mrs
South half ol north west and side I
The other victims. Including all the Indian River and Lake Worth Pine- jured so far as reported.It Minnie B. Caldwell and James Caldwell, George half of north half of northwest quarter Quarter ciccpt {

International Emigration Society is a singular coincidence: : thatWhite's Caldwell. Joe Caldwell be and they are hereby 3 acres square in imrthwi corner ,Hunt y.townuhip .
Cleveland visitors rested easily flur- apple Association, says that the returns required to appear to the bill ot complaint m 17 range 2<).
Chicago July 1. Steps towards the Henry White, Sr.
father once said cause on or before The said land assessed the '
being at tatc fII
tag tbe night and will likely recover.
formation of an international emigration for pineapples during the past killed a white man. It is said that Mundl/". tIle jrd cloy tif .1 ugust, J. D. 1903.It the issuance ol such certificate IB the a t0 t m

Jim Crow Street Car Ordinance. society were taken last night at season were entirely satisfactory. the white man was one of a party try. be published is further once ordered a week that for a copy four of consecutive this order< shall Dr. E.be C.redeemed Hood sr according Unless to nil Uw, ecntoratf Ut 4.M

a meeting called by Dr. A. R. LevL ing to whitecap h.'s: weeks in the Ocala Banner. will issue thereon on the 24th (by of Jaly.A.D.
I Augusta, Ga., July 1.-CblumMa'sJ.m This the 30th day ol June. A. D v3.
Ilesolatlon* were adopted favoring a Boro.-on June 27 little Victim of 'Assassin. 1905. Witness my official signature and tl MM s
Crow street car ordinance went a daughter S. T blSTRUSK: Clerk Circuit Court.
federation of societies having for its Columbia, S. C., July 1.-John T. R. E. Davis. CompPts' isol'r. 73 the i6th day ol June. A. D I<*M.
tAro effect this morning and a boycott arrived to gladden the home of: [lSE.\Ll] S. l.blaTHONK:
purpose the bettering of the conditionsof Phillips, while eating his supper at : 6-19 Clerk Circuit Court. :Mars C WMjr, .*.
men by have aetroeg reduced hu started.rated for The negroes man by giving him an opportunityto Mr. and Mrs J. Sandford Birdscy in his home in Norway Barnwell county, SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. -

taj<< they are being patrooUed Instead get away from the cities. The immediate Montezuma, Ga. )Ir. and Mrs. was assassinated by a person un NOTICEIn
cause for the meeting was to known. His brains were shot out by
of the cars.Ozpoed Birdsey formerly lived in this city. TINDER; AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL
make some arrangements for the handling a load of buckshot A girl 9 years decree rendered on the 30th d.y of June. A
D. by the Hon W.S. Bullock judge of the the Circuit Court of the Fifth. Ja4iaI CIt-
es of the masses immigrantswho old and a boy of 11 were wounded. 1903
C His Interest Jacksonville Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of cuit of Florida, in and for :MarionNarassa Cswq;
leaver (\)1.. July 1.John C. Oa- are expected to pour into this gets the encampment Phillips was a respected citizen of Florida in and for Marion county m chancery

food former chairman of the execi country on account of the Kishineff of the Florida state troops. The date Norway5 Last Saturday he and two in.a W certain Clyatt cause was pending complainant in said and court J.V.,whereinW. San- IS ORDERED Wiight THAT va. S.THE C Wn M.

the board massacres. Dr. Levfs plan is to in- sons tad a difficulty with two 'ne ders et at were defendants in which final decree IT UFENDdMT.
the Colorado is
Fuel and for holding same has not yet been an- S C. Wnght, be and he hereby repisv 4t
Iron terest rich men and have them advance groes. This is the only clew. I, L.S. Beck was appointed special master: appear to the bill of compUint In this MM* ttiAfaiuUiy
company has authorized the state. to execute the same, I will on
money necessary to settle the nounced but will probably be the the jril day if A uj u!. A. D. ....
that he .\ .
meat continues his interest in foiniathejrd day of August. A. D. 1903

Os Colorado Fuel and Iron company emigrants on farms. Speeches were middle of August. Gold Brought from Klondike that being a legal sales day. offer and expose for be It published is further once ordered a week that for copy eight of aos..tolNa i Ihia atilt

kas made by Jacob Labosky, Roman G. Seattle, Wash., July 1.-The sale, and will sell at public auction to to the week* in the Ocala Banuer.
authorized the statement that he highest and best bidder for cash, in front of the
F. W. Monroe Henry M. Schaad Senator has arrived here from This the acts day of May A D ttpt.
continues his Interest in the Colorado Lewis. The many friends of Col. Frank steamer court house door in Ocala, Florida, within the SEAL] s T. SISTRUNK.
Fuel Raymond Robbins. E. P. Rosethaland Nome Alaska, bringing $tOOOO in gold legal hours of sale the following describee Cl k n.-..&
and Iron company and will give h Harris of Ocala premises lying and being situate in Marion -
Professor G. L. Griffiths. Were pleased to see and several passengers. The Law. By It. C.S"Ta11H. ..C.lL .
ill Florida to-wit.
the support possible to the new county W. CHANDLER
him in the city Wednesday He will rence hotel at Nome was destroyed Lot one (i) of block seventy-three (73)) of the Complainant solicitor. yzy
company which he says, is on most old survey ot the town now city ol Ocala
friendly terms. Mr. Osgood also de- .Visit of Warships Drawing to Close. remain in Jacksonville until to-night. KV fie Just before the departure oft Florida and also a strip of land immediately

lied Kiel, July 1.-The visit! of the European ;enatnr entailing a loss of $"_5.090. adjoining the said lot on the east and runningthe
emphatically the report that he1I'U -TimesUnion.WANTED. entire length of the said lot one north and NOTICE
planning a vast combination to squadron to Kiel is drawingto south and being thirty-five feet wide, or so much
Flow of Oil.
Big thereof as will satisfy"baid decree and costs
last the
The salutes of
oppose the Colorado Fuel and IronCompany an Santa Barbara. CaCl. July 1.-An I,. S. BECK Notice of Application for Tax Deed ader $..e:
imperial: standard was fired as the Ho- .-A small flock of goats of Speeial Master m Chancery. tion 8 of Chapter 41 118. Law of.......*.
henzollern sailed for Eckernfoerde this good quality. Z. C. Chambliss. 6- '6.2 oil well with a flow of 40 barrels per \V. K. Zewadski, Compi't'sSol'r. 73
In the northern IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CA l.
minute came part of NOTICE
You knew whit you ue taking. morning to accommodate the emperor Quick purchaser TM CcrtiftMr
and empress there tonight and the There will scarcely be a fourth of this county last night. The oil shot NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. No. 24 >9. dated the 3rd day of Oct bft. A. D
When filed said certificate
you take Grove's Tasteless 50 feet above the top of the derrick. 1898. has in. my ales lad
finish of the cralser yacht race. The has made application for tax deed to MM* ta
Chill Toulc because the formula is emperor started for Eckernfoerfie onboard a crop of peaches in Georgia. The depth of the well Is about lOOfeeL ) accordance with law. Said certificate eMb. irs
Department of the Interior. Land Office at the following dcKcnbcd property Mtaalyd ID
. 1'laDIIIJriut! ou bottle showing the Meteor at 7 a. m. The Marion county !Florida to.wit
Gainesville, Fla., 9th..
Kelly Will Work the Roads. June 1903. South half of nowthwe&t quarter of ".a best
; was on the Iduna, whieh also
that it U. .hiii Iron and Quinine empress XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE quarter of northeast quarter teettoa >s, township
ly started for Eckernfoerne. The American Will Kelly, colored, was arrested at following- named settler has filed notice of lo, range:;.
tit ., his intention to make final proof in support of The said land being assessed at the date >>f
a tastelev. -C
form. No Cure. No Pay naval officers will attf. 1 a seriesof
Silver Springs Tuesday: by Officer C7"" \ O his claim and that said proof will be made before the issuance of such certifkate IB the MOM ol
Me 50 ceuta.TELEGRAPHIC. receptions on board the German ::' )& Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala Fla.. on Arthur Tible. Unless said certiScale cleft tie
Hutsou, on a warrant charging him redeemed according law tax: deed Will llwe
warships. :IC:= I A Just Stk, 1903 thereon on the iith day of Jaly. A. D. 'till.
with appropriating a pistol belonging 'CBj viz. OLIVER MOORE of Fltmington. Fla... Witness my official aguatnreaadueslthe the
BREVITIES.It Hd. 27747. for the northeast quarter of southwest 15th day of Jnne A. D. iy>j.
Woman as tmbCl3:1Ce Surgeon. to his friend, Gus Washington. I;)iI -: 'quarter of section 9, town hip 13 south [SEAL] I a. T. a1STRUl.
Is New York July! 1.-ft. Emily )0 range ;zo east. (.19 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Coaaty, f\.
announced from Savannah that Kelly was tried before Justice Math CE"jn He names the following witnesses to prove his
: ao dividend will be paid on Central Dunning the first woman physician :' :: continuous residence upon and cnltiva ion of.

ol Georgia second to be appointed an ambulance surgeon ews and fined 575; and costs or ninety; said land. vi%: Randolph Feaster, Waiter Thomas NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
income bonds thia of
B F. Bauchillon. Kease Lee. an Flemington
Ito in New York has begun her days on the chain gang. The seventy < Fla. W. G. ROCL.VSO.V., -

work. The first call was not a serious 73 Registe. .
The \V>*ley celebration closed at five was not forthcoming, so Will e6 VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO CUBNTllors
Savannah ; matter however, only the trans legatees. distributors and *fl yosaeas
with the unveiling of the haviug claIms demands a ua or
will in three
fer of two patients; from Gouverneur put months in the interest NOTICE-
Ur.e bronze tablets places associate J. A. terry deceased to present the ere lo the
** '1\11 hU at hospital to Bellevue Dr. Dunning's of hard roads in Marion. undersigned Administrator within two sects
city. 6 r.th.day\pnll90.>
The appearance in the ambulance, wear Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec 5.r-st J. H. PERRY, Adwti...... .

the escape of Harvey Logan from ing the regulation cap aroused much tion S of Chapter 4i88, Laws of Flenda.VOT1CE .
Kaoullle Teachers for Howard .
ot prison causes suspicion interest in the streets, and at the hos Academy.J. IS HEREBY GIVEN; THAT Z. C.
the authOrities. A close invest pitals. Beginning tomorrow she will A. Cowan principal ; A. M ROLLS FROM Only the best +'t Chambb's purchaser of Tax Certificate No."
gallon 1i dated the of Apnl. A. D., 1893, and -
being made for six months answer the first ambulance Chandler Jones Me OUR OVEN material goes Certificate 1172 1401 date August ;. 1599.. has filed
Aquilla Mary of the Fifth
In De Circuit court Judicial Omni
Reports from i,3uO correspondents! calls at Gouverneur. into the oven and said certificates iu my office, and has made application -
I I the Clellau Stewart Ida J. Richardson, only the for tax deed to issue In accordancewith Florida, Marion Cowty.
belt show
no Improve embrace the follow
law. Said Mary)McAden Complainant TI. K. Go McA...
lD'nt in cotton The average of cork A. E. Murry, C. I. LaRoche, Cynthia ing described property situated in Marion
41t1on BEST BREADrolls county, Florida to.it'fSl half of northwest Defendant.

The is placed at T4.9. Killing In Mississippi. Alexander, C. A. Adams.WANTEDSEVERAL out. It is delightfully; crisp and quarter northwest of quarter ol southwest of southwest quarter quarter and east section half of IT IS ORDERED THAT R. G. McADEKTHH
Russian defendant herein turned be and hew WroW
government to Jackson Miss. June 30. As :
seems a result
A few slices buttered is a 23.township 15, range 21
bt wholesome. required to appear to the bill ol oomalaiot n
adopting a liberal The said land being assessed at the date of the
more policy tothe of a quarrel between James said cause on
and INDUSTRIOUS PERsons meal in itself and almost aa nutritious issuance of such certificates in the name of
Jews One hundred addi- Moseley and Ike Milligan on the Jones ta each state to travel for house established party unknown and J. V. Bnrke. Unless said .l/umiuy, Ott 6th dan<"/JM ', J. D. tt$
u towns hate been named in which place 2 miles south of Edwards the eleven years and with a large capital to cal as meat. certificates shall be redeemed according to law It is ordered that a copy of this order be j Mtb
and lor successful for Bread, etc. can be more of
and Orders the
Jars upon agents tax deed will issue thereon on 311,1 day lished once a week for tour cousecuure week
may reside and acquire property. latter -was instantly killed and the profitable line. Permanent engagement. Weekly satisfactorily filled by Jnlv,A. D.1903. in the Ocala Banner.
iA Plague of lice slayer claims that he shot in eelf-da- cash salary of SiS and all traveling expenses Witness my official signature and seal thisthe Done this the 7th day of May, A. D Mat-
has visited the and hotel bills advanced in cash each week. jjrd day of June A.D. 1903- [SEAL] 3 T. SISTRCNK.
apple orcUMs In Orleans county. N. reuse. He was admitted to ball in Experience: not essential Mention referenceand BENDS1 BAKERY S. T. SISTRII24S.S H. W. CHANDLER CireuitCo rt.
t. The eaclose self-addressed envelope. THE z6 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.Fla. Complaint Solicitor Clerk 4u-
i grower have sprayed' till.. tie sum of $&00. % SATIONAM, 334 Dearborn St. Chicago. *j-i-z6t 6

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Bridge In IrvlnU.
Virginia I Is a state which abounds .... ,
Kith Brings which have medicinal ...
proixrties. It is also a state In which
nearly every foot of ground has history ABE JAKE ::1
k al odatlou\. and this fact together
with its glorious landscapes, makes Itto tI- i
unusually interesting state to visit.
There are thousand* of resorts, each of TEA POT GROCERY
which has its own special attractions
but none has attracted more visitors
than the resorts in the vicinity of the ..
Great Natural Bridge, which is one ot == ..
the natural wonders of tie United _
tti.-= "
States. -
This marvelous structure overlooks
the James river valley, being on the *
western slope of the Blue mountains.It al
Is just about the center of the state.
It approaches Niagara in grandeur and
exceeds It in height and awful mystery.It [ Don't Take Chances
is a single block of limestone, with
many shades of color. The walls are
smooth,as if cut with chisels,and there
la no Si*. of displacement

fade The down visitor a deep follows fissure a tumbling In the mountain cas E With cheap goods of kind

under some of the largest arbor any ,
Ylfce trees In the world+and, turning
down a line of steps cut Into the precipice.
suddenly finds himself by a swift
stream In a dark canyon and the great Particularly with food stuffs. 3
bridge far above him. Birds high in
air pass under the blue arch. The place
la full of echoes, and the winds and tom- ....
waters moan eternally. t t- '
Washington when a surveyor for ; :
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Lord Fairfax visited the natural bridge -- -' -- :-- : : '-- :' -- ::::::- : ::ii :::':';:: '';.:::. ';;'" ... ".... :.:"" ':.:.:. : '_ __, ::-
and carved his name, where it may -U'
still be seen. The original bridge tract -4
was granted by King George III. to r-.. -
p.- ********** .
Thomas Jefferson in 1774. After he *

place was ,president surveyed it Jefferson and made visited the map the :: i : HE BEST are the most nourishing go 3

with his own hands. Jefferson spoke .....
cf the place as "a famous place that yU
will draw the attention of the world" ( .

Chief Justice Marshall wrote of the E i | further and therefore the least
bridge as "God's greatest miracle In are expensive 3
wrote of 'the
stone. Henry Clay (
bridge not made with hands that span 1 -- + -..
a river carries a highway and makes -' ********** -.4
two Presa.mountains one."-Detroit Fret :- In looking for good goods at

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-Bitter Eadlnv of the One Lore Affair 1 low have volume of talk
of the Famoai A.etrrmt. i it F prices we a large to 3
Charlotte Clubman, the actress, was
In love but once in her life. She met In f ...

In Actor Cincinnati love.named Through, where Clark her,she with efforts was whom playing Clark she,was fell an E convince you of the value of what we offer, and 3,

Advanced to leading man In the company a -4
and the course of true love ran tti- -..

smoothly.One night. the actress met a strang. EE one of the strongest arguments is found in the 3
woman behind the scenes between the
acts. 111 -4
The woman came up to her and addressed -- -

"You her are thus Charlotte: Cushman, the E stock itself, You will be pleased with what your 3
great actress. Haven't you got enough
men to admire you without coming between --
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man and wife and robbing me

ct my husbandl" find at store with the courteous
.4 -Your husbandf cried Miss Cush our pleased
man getting excited a -
"Yes, and you have taken or you are -4'E
trying to take him from me," contin-

tied the ragged full in the woman face, looking UteiCushmau treatment you will receive and with the i substantial .

"Who is your husbandr"Conrad -
a -4tom
Clark," replied the woman, -4

-arms.half"the father starved of thin this child little," pointing child In to her a E saving that will help in your rainy day 3

Miss Cushman started oa if she had .4tP
been shot -4

as She usual went-acted through it splendidly her part that-brought night E fundXWe buy in large quantities and take advantage /

down the house; then, after the performance ....
she sent for Clark to come to -4

her then dressing opened the room.door.Clark She knocked brought and for b; of all cash discounts this enables us top

ward to him his wife and baby, who
Lad been waiting in the dressing room -' -4tt
to receive him. -4

Such a reception! Charlotte Cushman all ;Our stock is
meet competition
jnever looked or acted so grandly on the
stage in all her life as she did that ...
night In her dressing room. She waved -I
Clark away with a greater majesty

b waved than ever away as Cardinal Queen Wolsey.Catherine and then she :: kept fresh by quick salesAWe run an exclusive j

going to her hotel probably she had a .....
good crying spell. ..Ip
But she never loved again. '
grocery store;'CWe anticipate your
I wants'I
The eyes of other people are the eyes --

that If ruin you us.would-Fraiikliu.know and not be When anything new comes our way if it is r 1

known live ia a city.-Coltou. I tip- -*
The way of the world is to make p- -.4
laws but follow customs.-Montaigne. -*
We carry happiness into our condi take of itThe f
good we advantage goods are *!
tion, but cannot hope to find it there.Holmes. .-
Prosperity is no just scale. Adver ...4

city friends.is-the 1'iutan.h.only balance to weigh here to show for themselves;'CWe also handle ,

Children are unconscious philosophers. j ttt
They refuse to pull to pieces

their made enjoyments of.-llenry Ward to see Deecher.what they ate all kinds of feed stuff such as hay, grain, Purina

Energy will do anything that can be
done in this world, and no talents, no 11-

v make circumstances a two legged, no animal opportunities a man,without will ; mule feed, cow feed, bran, cotton seed meal, etc
y it
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Great ever fruitful, profitable for reproof tli -

in,manful for encouragement and, for works building, i.fli I-' __ ._._C, __." '" '. .,.. __ ..,.. .... "_ .,. .. ..' & J
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R up purposes are :: ::"': : : : ;'oCI- : : : ::-----n-; : : ; : : ::' ":" ; : :!: : : ':" ; <. ?-_: :_ '.'_'":: '. !
the word* of those that in their day 1 1f t
were men.Carlyle.tniwalx j-- $

In animals That the faculty Delight of to amusement Play. THE TEA POT GROCER j

awakes very early. Our four footed 1 --
friends seem to be aware of this and
make it a part of their parental duties
to amuse their young. A ferret will
# play with her kittens, a cat with hers, A BROWN & BRO Proprietors.
a dog with her puppies. A mare will ,
play with her foal, though the writer .
has never seen a cow try to amuse her I btlt -
calf nor any birds their young. If their -

r"jJ\ ones don mothers Tit-Bits.Invent do not games amuse of their them,awn.the-young Lon t> 1-[" .." " 1"" " " " ,," " " " " 1""

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