The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00229
 Material Information
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 10, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
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lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00229
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::1 l The ; A current or drawing account
ARISTIDES "THE JUST"An at the bank is one kind of busi

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eminent writer has recently I The good man was everywhere and Of Trade ,I
r said: on all occasions consecrated and I Your money's safe here. Not
at all safe at home-or in
"We want a few people to believein anointed with the sacred oil of office. 1 check
office safe. Draw it
on by
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I us, but should all laud us, we are The anatomy of Aristides appears to hrs whew Easier Cilei: '! as often as you like.

rt undone!" have been made up of the warp and

; If you want to write a nice letter you can do it if you have This baa always been so. woof of human nature very much the (U I 5
You're in a box if haveu't the and y
*ic'stationery. you paper A pinch of salt is a good thing in Its same as we see it exemplified in our
taper U In a nice box if you buy It here. We have many styles -gI .J.' Money lent to responsible people
place, forsooth dot a man always own day-the constant holding of I 'W on gilt edge security.

I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE | want to be immersed in brine? office created a lust for the holding of I

I J Too much popularity-too much office. I ,

unanimity in anyone directionleadsto On his brow was placed the wreath II
Notes and drafts discounted.
Jealousies, envyings, bickerings, of civil authority and on his shoulders MUNAOEI& CHAMBLISS,

i. mutterings, and, eventually, to some the eppaulettes of military glory. ,

r sort of punishment. The word "So!" does not seem to Bankers,
1LE r Aristides, surnamed "the Just," U have found a place in the vocabu- We issue bank drafts-low

a case in point. lary of "Aristides,the Just." OCALA FLORIDA charges.

E 1 He was an Athenian soldier, states- He was made a captain, a colonel, _.c. -- .- ". .. .. .- .
U111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111jlllll.r man, patriot, and all round man of and a general in the army; a judge, a ';, ,- .;- p ,- ....- _" .-.to._ _;;.'1;'___. _.__ _- ._ _. -iI.

affairs,and along all lines was so disinterested legislator and a congressman, but --

and fair, that he was universally when he gave a listening ear to the
... styled "the Just! tumult of the that he "
.... people be made .
----T SSSLR5 S.$5 g S1 ZS'SL.1SISZ.aSS.7$ ;<-ss iSHGftG. _
S At the battle of Marathon bis am- governor, it was the beginning of his -- -

bition was entirely swallowed up in undoing

bis patriotism and his splendid behavior The masses finally grew suspiciousand I A. NASH'SRED

on that occasion! made him conspicuous said among themselves: .

in all after life. What manner of man is this Aris

Aristides was one of ten leaders of tides, the Just!" FRONT STORE.

the Athenians at the time of the Per- "Verily" was the response, ."he

sian invasion and in turn each of the hath an itching p&lm. He wants ii iiF

ten had full command of the army every office in sight and hath an eye
Special Sale of White Goods
foi a day. always cast to windward for others!"

Our hero persuaded the other generals He may have 'jes' latf'd1' (it is not F J
r and Embroideries !
to follow bU example and give related) but when the manes of Ath- :

Till SpKt Ewemd for D.S. Woodrow,Phosphate and Timber lands. Ocala. Fla. the chief command to Miltiades and ens got through with him it was a i
Wi Don't fail to the wonderful values in Insertions
under his tactful and resourceful leadership : plenty.His see

a great victory wad won and civil wreath was taken from his Ii t Beadings and Edgings at IDC. Way
down all Colored Lawns
I the destiny of the world changed. brow, his eppaulettes were torn from prices on Etc.

LOCAL HAPPENINGS. The Ocala firemen are sporting the Ever afterwards whenever aa office his shoulders, and he was banished. __
new uniforms recently granted by the There h a moral in the life of Aris-

Ml. Fay Cribbett in Ocala., of Largo, is city council. the was cry vacant ani or the a clamor new one went was outward created, tide It is this: tr A mu LINE[ OF f GENTS'[ FURNISHINGS I

,vtltlD< relatives Prof. and Mrs. W, W. Smith of upward and onward: Let the other fellow have an occasional ;

Mr. Walter Eaton of Waycross, is Dunnellon,. were visitors to Ocala "Give it to Aristides, the Just!" I inning! .IND lIDIS'( AND GHT( SHOESVe H ( ...

the uwt of Mrs.I O. M. Katon.Col Wednesday.Mr.

--- -- Mr. Peebles Sadly Hurt. Rev R. H. Weller Dead.
W. B. Wllwn, of Charleston, and Mrs. Henry Livingston and \ are making a feature of our MILLINERYand
Saturday night while driving home Rev. R. H. Weller, a venerable,
8.c.. U a irowt at the Ocala House. two children are visiting relatives in from Ocala, where be had spent the beloved and prominent Episcopal Ladies' Trimmed Hat Department
South Carolina.Mr.
Fourth, Mr. W. R. Peebles, of Ora- minister of Jacksonville, died unex- PRICES THE LOWEST.
I )I.. Anna Campbell J. ,J. Williams. J. H. Smoak, of Reddidk was ham vUlt", was very seriously hurt. pectedly Monday morning. He was
tub,U visiting tN. .
I among the pleasant callers at the He learned over the dash board to in his seventy-fifth year. Dr. Wellerwas
Remember the Red Front !
Mr, Harry Cline of Auburndale, is Ocala Banner office Tuesday. whip up his mule with.. short switch. one of the most conspicuous I

friends awl relatives in this : Ml'8. B.J. Potter, Miss Valuta Pot- The animal kicked back striking Mr. churchmen in the state and probablyno

vUlling ter, and Mr.and Mr. Mallory Lid Peebles Hjuarely in the face, crushing citizen of Jacssonville was more "'"\ .' ssn: p5"."5"." ts sst5'__: .5' _,,,,s.2.St9S1S,,,y' S'S T e.3\S'$'" _
elty. _
)frio Mamie HOWMJ- Stovall And i don left Tuesday over the Seaboard it into au' almost unrecognizableshape. generally beloved.He .

summering at Atlantic for Lake George, New York, where A young man was in the was the father of Rev. Alfred D. --
children are .
they will spend the summer. vehicle with Mr. Peebles and carried Weller, coadjutor of Fon du Lac, :
hiii on to Grahamville: and telephoned Wis., who was! at one time rector of HUBBARD & MACDUFF
-- Mr. B. A. Weathers left Tuesday :
Mr.and )In. rj. I* Robertson are to Ocala fur Dr. Van Hood. Grase Episcopal: church of Ocala.Dr. .
for Jacksonville and will tail! today
the happy parents of a baby girl, who The unfortunate gentleman was Weller left A number of other
for Xew York. He was accompaniedby
arrived tiundav. brought to Ocala Sunday morning children, viz: Mrs. W. A. Bours, of
his son, Brantley Weathers jr.
I and placed in the hospital" where he JaksonvillejIrl.; B. W. Helvenston HARDWAREDOORS
Tnt reading club eujoyed a pleasant They will be absent several weeks.
I is lying in a precarious condition.His andMrs.J.T. Carroll, of Live Oak;
mettln with, Miss Lilla BrutubyTnewlay
That hard road from Dunnellon to nose and jaw bone were. brokenin Chas K. \\eller of Fon du Lac;

afternoon. Ocala is a splendid move aud we hope several places, forehead mashed in George Weller. of Pensacola and
Buy moth balls now at the Poet will be pushed forward to completion.The and his eyes badly injured. Bishop R. H. Wtller, of St. Peters-

effltt Drug Store. citizens of Dunnellon contributes burg.
Fourth of July Party. PLOWS.
several 5,000 towards it. What will Oeala
Frank Oaten after sending
entertained No False Claims.

dare in Ocala, returned to Ocklawaha do? Margart'tnderson WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLAKETJR.GltOV'EOU'L
about thirty five of her young The propietors of Foleys Honey'and
Mr. Ernest Edwards, who has been
Tuesday afternoon. Tar do not advertise this h "sure
friends Wednesday afternoon with a a VARNISHES ATLANTIC TIVATOtLLKISu
I critically ill at the hospital for the cure for consumption. Thay do not ,
Earl member of the junior very delightful Fourth of July party.
Taylor a past three weeks, is rapidly improv. claim it will cure this dread comp-
Is the The little hostess assisted by WHITE LEAD OF GARDEN TOOLS '
base ball team of Gainesville, was ,
ing. His father who has been with laints In advanced cases, but do positively
JUrlt of Sam Barco. her mother, Mrs. William Anderson, assert that it will cure in the t'arlierstages
him, left Tuesday night for his homein
Miss Sue Anderson, Misses Alice Bul- and nevr fails to give com- ALL KINDS OF COOKING S'iOVES
When medicine @failed takerol.1" Lake City.Mr. .
lock and Annie Mathews. fort and relief in the worst cases.
Kidney Cure. It has Foley's Honey and Tar is without GLASS AND PUTTY, HEATERS, GRANITE
and Mrs. J. Starr:; gternberger decorated
wbeu every thing else has disppointod.Pgt40ffictDrug The piazza was elaborately *
doubt the greatest throat and lung
Store. m and baby have returned from a visitto with flags of every nation, lan-
1 remedy. Refuse substitutes. Post IRON PIPES AND FITAND TINWARE, CUTLERY .
Mra. W. Zewadikl and sons returned Atlantic City, X. J., and .are terns And bunting and from five to Office Drug Store. m

Tuesday from a two weeks''bit boarding with Dr. and Mrs. J. M. nine o'clock presented a very anima- TINGS, EVERYTHING IRON AND STEEL
Little Miss Drake Entertains.On .
Thompson on Ft. King avenue. ted scene. A progressive guessing
to relative at Lake
Mr. Lyde Ley and family, of this contest was one of the features and Tuesday Mrs. Frank Drake N THE LINE OF BUILDBOLTS, ROPES, PULLEYS,

Mr.Taylor Scott, of the Tampa city, spent the Fourth of July with in this Miss Mary Burford and Master delightfully entertained an all

Bay Hotel, U again. business visitor his parents, Rev and Mrs. J. C. Ley Frank Harris won the prizes, a day party of the following little ING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. BLUE FLAME: OIL STOVE '

to Ocala and a guest at the Ocala at Micanopy, who celebrated their! fan and a silver ink eraser. folks, for her daughter, Miss Gladys,

House. I,[ golden wedding anniversary most Fire works were shot and all sorts at their delightful home on Buckalew STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.
Mr. A. h a eon in-law of elaborately and pleasantly on that of games were played. At seven Bights: Misses Merle Biggs, Francis

Dr. Hy Icoblnaon, of Jacksonville, day.The o'clock a supper was served on the Liddon, Stella, Nina and Mta Camp, Hubbard & fflacduff Ocala, flae 1

kai taken Mr. Jamed Brook's position Live Oak base ball team has piazza. Masters Cornell DeWeese and Lloyal

with the Commercial Bank. retired from the Southern League, Miss Margaret's party was a Biggs. As the little guests arrived i

I but the league will not disband. very lovely one and was thoroughly they were met by Miss Gladys and
wise ADntklnson and her little
Quitman will probably drop out and enjoyed by those present. presented with small American flag,
B lc., Ml Virginia Sistrunk, returned -
leave only four teams in the league Repulsive Features. symbolic of the season. THE CLUB HOUSE.Cuisine .
yesterday from a few weeks''Mt
and if so arrangement will then be Blackheads, pimples, greasy faces The rain interfered with the under-
to relatives at Old Town.
made to play outside teams on off and muddy faces,'complexions whichare the-trees luncheon which had been

3Ir. M.C. Morrison, after visiting days. so common among women, espec planned, but indoor games, music anda
ially girls at a certain age,destroying Class. Hates Reaso able.Refurlisled
l alter, Mrs. W. C. Barnes, for the )Ir. and Mrs. J. W. Lyles and beauty, disfiguring and making re. dinner composed of all good things First .

,,t ten :Jdays, left Tuesday;for Tarn- daughter, Mrs. Sellars, are in the city pulsive, features which would otherwise that children love made the day pass

r to visit friends for a few days. the guests of their daughter, Mrs. : appear attractive and r@finedin.dicativ' all too quickly and each departing } Ujrougrjout) ) Special Rates by Month.

Freymouth. Mr. Lyles has purchased that the liver is out of order. guest voted Miss Gladys a charming
Fol.y" Kidney Cure purifies the blood An occasional does of Herbine will
I the place Just west of Mr. W. C. little hostess.
tyitnlningout impurities and tones dense the bowels, regulate the liver
up the whole Bull's place from Mr. J. A. Pittman Mrs. Drake was assisted in her entertainment -
system. Cures kidney and eo establish a clear,healthy com *
and bladder troubles. Poet Office II and later in the year will return to plection. 50c at Anti-Monopoly Drug for the children by Mrs ., MRS. THOS. J. BARNES PROP -

Drug8toye. m Ocala to reside permanently. Store. m J. A. DeWeese. .

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I .. fJ4.CI.5" Pew a..rCe4 asst1prognitsd. I Ckattts Bas s. .

: : Tb Al.ti-JtoooprAy Dn< tare eras I.

Utah, P... lady &l..> VtA. ', rfikl Monday by Mr. B. c. Gropes I.

J Ha HecAr, Tie M*jr, !!: to Dr. J. W. C4tti, &t Inane in.

I (l'.:*:*, FU. Tfcls r.neizr a wax e&sMbhed in I.i

r:ir- .: b;l .y Mr. Wii.u Kr :e y &t :::t.Incie. i GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
] W*. tA' ns
; 'J CoIOttt et J sly i t, c6 term- bn r: t) ti teAtoMr.. Groves I

; icl slat bee, J.P aa, did take slab faun a d!ri aad pfsrc.1L -

{! ; r and Uj vasince a 4 zardry CVAl the dath &f Mr. I

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+i (jfKd! pGr.haPd tke bou fraoi
: i Fare kil .o other e9ntnta.t apnrirz ;

for aey of tu przawarded ;: t :.e ears z aM W taa r".nninz it i .

( layfg in 5ae; tfA1nx.U C, "*, the mo: a'ete-ruIly ever :mate.Dr 4 '

? do hereby azee that ttt itetr- f; Ca! di ia as oW drozzlst and I

and is awarded {! has b Q ia the bssisfcfor soce
I b:*-, hereby any

%:. allrrrrt to t- given oc areuc:: j art Das iaao.: H* is very pop- I We AdmiMlfe Can't Deny itThese t tZ

*aid eoQ' st, *cd: ** faUiercusr* dore alAT. parsi-a* up ta-date methods and ,

? that u the afcresaid J. A. Pit !'! ws h r.iJ1"Hef..af!! him to Ocala: : Z

did ap; ar and pUj cc i iill: i iI i i We ire ziad to :ears that Mr. Jiaies I
I t the Lowest
tie! a.WUto &f, any and a1! of the i 1, E. C*.- -a will FMiaia with him. He fire Prices

es, :i i terety declared to forfeit I i .u t;.>rs La Opals broczht op a: a
: ti/l'ill pm<+ and that the iase: ;; dr.ztare and nt a motWe ezensdve

.: jives to ta the nudged fur ocr 1 I:! krrow1edze of the bn ute :.. We Save Heard of.

als, @trI: s, aid all ocr varoa j. wish the new f rs all >rRnerI

.A to make: said e&STesties a aLt-I I! 61 prosperity.ij .

::!J! ltitf.t.:t being able to do eo. And i(
t'as Bar Terror.
hvkJers: &f said frtzH are hereby ]I i
"I would eoczti teirly all nizht

istfed tJ) pay any and all saaeys I i I. ling" writes Mrs Cha%. Apptr-i of Dress Goods Shoes

fU the a cidrsi2ed jods: to do I]j i lad-, "&::d eosld hardly get any: sleep.
I .4)- S'ell RatMe for ......... +r %1.0O 't. J.ba thkLaasew'. iY tlir
case a: w_ && welt udt:. i i!I I fail eoo-smpcioa TO btvi that if I .Oe Floradora BatUte for u.-... a ; _

AD rf wtidb la sctaiittrf: to Yocr s!i i wilied & block I woojd eoszii friznt- Irk Eller1e :U-In'h Bati.it for ;wl.'S.,I- _1.a rI 1, Weiww mt TVM. :......
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fully and pit tli bat, when all H> IUD for 'e.
) far yecr kind e*> .dcntJoD f|.I other Esedidn* tired, three !IJ-> 74 R >* DimitjforTe ;)e %..: John hkkaaeeel'. ..
: r i Flowered Lawn for ...-........ .Se "' 1.00 1.a.UrIhfWr4- ....
# apprroiaLrLzred. s i i tattle of Dr. Kirg'a DueoveryI whtitiy Iarzelotne Caliro ,... ........ :k .
.1.1)) llrunn Ir"aaelse '. ..
a&d I ." flip .
( W. 5. Prig, I I me ? issdI is patgga
A. E GE&I& -I It's mutely guaranteed to enreOocgha Shirts -IlxdI...* druhi HHJ awt rw

Cocid, La Gipf, Er.nehti* .1'1 Don:. kipSI.25 lair 7Sc75c
PL C. AIWOSTH. J; 6.)E- Custom Made Shirt-. 3 e
__ __ __JodzeaI I!i and all throat or luaz_ troable. Price 75<* tn-tom !lade Faney hin- 3"'e ....,. '
I'f.h ; -yic and !!J.1). .Trial bottle free at ?'1 Cntom'fade Fancy >hirt... tier .I"4': ..NMI
care 6f the pennies: and the i iXLIb Store.
Anti-Monopoly Dreg Tydlnga
will take care: of then:elve." I Irt 4 Co. All Stray Goods at Radioed Prices. Lure Lot cf P. C. C u' [aka Caw.... i.j .... **.
& thicp are bat an ajgrtzatioc _

toiaH thia- If we take care of Loaf As aa Orator

: :Ian ibitifi we are in effect Uk- j Hon. H. W. Long, of Marion

? care of the large thitgs which the fU aunty tte great gorxi roads advocate Y .u Wui Always FinJ Here a I- ? .; .":" :... :. .
things: ecabise to nikt. Take 1 i
i w&.; introdactd and make a apteadid
of what JOB eat, when you eat, I
ft I .i1rt...'!. He toM the crowd of the STAPLE ADD rANGY GROCERIES
hlJou eat, and your soma:h
tAb care of iUell Bat who i I zreata.vantse the good roads were i

care of s& b trivial hint ; to the people and how the people of Call aad: see the samples of 1853 PORTRAITS..a ... *..rta M',

Is why, someday, the majority of his eoontj, having: received some of feet reproduction: from photograph or titjp I am bang pewees ..-
; hive to ute care of the stom tarred fr mt customers free aid furnish a. eleeaat fra*. at a ..+MOel
: j the advantage of hard roi-I*, Were
cast Call and hats the plan ezplaiae4 ts
h. When that day comes, there U joa
entbai d the aabjeet. He dwelt at
i on
> aid *o erective: in undoing the

:. cf put earee ecee< u Dr. f .
(:r '* Golden Medical Discovery. ing, !and ;aid that while the fir-t road
fetreczthec.* the stomach and re- S. R. PYLES.
bad eont the county C.' lj a mite that
the organs! digestion and nu i
with experience gained, they had .
Z1 to a condition of healthy.l ac
I built some of the! very beit roads at a
It cares biliouso, heart- M

: ,fiatultne, indignation,palpi tion I cost ot fraction over &' }; per mile. .. ..

',cold extremeties and a score I He told of what bid been done in the
other ailment. which but the _._ -
are -
of laws
I way enacting encourage
of disorder In the atom&cb The Posts are azain in trouble. An
iU allied road-building and that he now felt J. F. EDWARDS'BIG
1'T. order baa ken promnlza.ted outlaw-
more hopeful than ever before.-Live

Hurt by as EUtitor. Oak: Creacent. ing Colonel C. C. Port Mr Helen WHISKEY HOUSE

Mr. John Z. Reardon, one of the Wiimana-Pwt and Mr. Chaa. F. Bergman .

in the shipping department C .I.tI lafiitmo. from the privilege of using the Gainesville
and Ocala. Fit.i
This has long been regarded *> one of .
United states maUL This order .
the S. B. Habbard: Company, of --
the moet dangerous and fatal disease to :
eloe 4 the publication of Freedom and -
city happen&l to a very painful
I which infknta are subject. It can u :
early thU morning.In the fifteen or twenty printers occupying ;- I
cured however when properly treated. 1.I
plarcs on it are out of employ-
to the elevator -
attempting stop
All that la neceearry is to give Cham- -
Po :&ldon' right foot wa caught berlain': Colic Cholera and Dirrfaoea! ment. The last issae of the paper : .

and oil directed U. S. Attorney Stripling a ; .: :r
badly mashed, the first toe being Remedy caster aa gave

severed from the foot. AscLt- with each bottle, and a cure i*cerain. hightoned "roast." f; s.
i For sale by Anti Monopoly Drug iO
was soon at hand, and Mr. 'i
store. m CoL J. Hamilton Gill pie, mayor ; = !
waseeutin a carriage to his .... 15
Not Bankrupt of tiara?ota, baa returned from a visit i--
; boose on Monroe street. ,
to bit old home in Scotland and i.* |1-
Mr. IL L Anderson
Thi, is the second accident to befall representingveral = ?
spending a few days it the Windsor -
ckuoant for time
Reardon within the pant week, a 1 =
hM been making strenuous efibrta to in JacK--onvilie., CoL GW -pie is an i j:
rQ employe taving dropped a i If
3fe G. 31. Habbard and T. accomplish i and enthusiastic goiter I I .
sledge hammer on Mr. H.ur. put -r. FAMOls .t111L&ai.it: HI M II HI I.K
W. Hood, phosphate dealer! into and reports having enjoyed many
.foot only a few flaj s ago. !
For the next few days Mr. Keardoa !! bankruptcy. The man of testimony garner on acotibb lint; In tea.mplay PINE WINES \V3I*KIESMy wad H lf aMy$2.ooayeor3sarban

taken before Commi-sioner William* on St. Andrews links he teat his a 3 d. t+ a .;
_LT i .
be Ml up for repairs.-Jackson I 150 x vtMy >
was submitted to United SUtM Dt,.. man six up, doiLg the coarse ia '75, 3,00 i. Jfv a'jM7 Y' i ...tttJaiR
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!: Metropr J uly 7. 4.00 -r j.a Mt } wXy
trict Judge: J. W. Locke and after a four below bogie. S.QO Gia' it ,,,, ,, 1-: to r s rxy
3 a au tlr ,
s ss.w tt aL.a a.
If you want to get a bottle on ; full argument by Men Allrnl and In di=cb rging the grand jury last The Juir aril he Trade 31ade a stt4s1 t'eIs.esd2 '
want to have thowctials \
Greta for Messrs. Hubbard and Hood Bcllock your order ai.ays.end e.oyi to ser t4 e.N M I lie /fiMl t>
!: vim and push without a conj j week Judge complimented -gaflon jug.ice : galaa jag,:ye;s-gene.jag.rye coq.I fl
i and Anderson for his claimant set more whL and better ..
unnatural exertion, keep the'' tbe jury very much on the work accomplished eat goods tad tun measure.A ey makes tl. acy dew i. Plnnd. 9 + f' t

!! of the body working like a'': decided that they are not abject to during the term of court. tnatorder wtltcoa taceyoa thatwe. arc tie ie T
Tonrs.taxieBtoB>c e 3 pHERBINE
oiled of J j
piece machinery j' bankruptcy.You The people are aLo very much plea.-ed
) '! Treatment of Liver Pill 1
know what jou are taking. and. feel that as long as the administration ,
Tonic Pellets supplies the means; \
produce nounpleaaaotfeeos tions, j, When you take Grove's Ta.-teles- of justice is in the hands cf s

purging, griping or evil after-ef Chill Tonic because the formula is Judge Bullock and State's Attorney

tf!, bit impart strength and vigor plainly printed ou every bottle showing Allred the guilty will be punished.Brcoksville .-
the very beginning of the treat- ':
that it is simply Iron and Quinine .
2 dosee it -
> -complete course-25c. I -3 "
lonoINY Drug Store. m in a tastelew form. .No Cure, Xo Pay Mr. and 3Ir!. :Bennett Mayo and 4 1 twist.nnei < ,
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-- I Price 50 cents. family and Mrs. Davidson Stockton Q< L.Gadr e [ a JtI a-.... L
Gainesville ----
vs. Ocala. c.L ae or : at 4 d:
have returned to the city from a des i
1 Gainesville n. Ocala. D n t l3. It Ira
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Monday afternoon the 1alll j :ese
lightfal visit of two weeks in North +o.7 at A z tai,., s a e
Tue lay on the South: third street I
of Gainesville and Ocala plajed!
diamond the Gainesville juniors play Carolina, and today are moving into
: game'on: the Driving Park j
their new home on Laura street.Jack.sonvil1e .-
ed with Bruce Meftert's team
a game
I The game resulted in favor i : 1._ S_ + .- Rh
of thUcily. Owing to the bad weather Metropolis
tbe Ocala Junior, who are jubilant i ----- Soo pr lwettwt' Au pnieuw,
only a email crowd were in attendance ,
their victory. The eoore was 9 i
3. | but all who were present enjoy

: Gainesville, Ocala, I ed the game which was spirited andinteresting .

c. Sullivan. I throughout. t'ptl) the ;SUPPORTSCOTT'S &

!. p. .Scott.Withtrepoon. i eight inning the wore fetuod 5 to 4 in --
lb. Cole. TAHLlNHii> UHAHHE 'IU "
favor of the home team, but on the
"b. Pelot EMULSION
serves u a
ninth inning the tablet .turned and BROTHERS'
3b. Harris jr. bridge to carry the weakened and
; the visitor scored three times, making :
M. starved system along until it can find ,
=tfcrling. rf. Roller. the ecore 7 to 5 In favor of the Gainesville Finn support ia ordinary food. CASH MAIL ORDER HOUSE

Douglaai s. cf. Bailey. boys Send for fret triple '
etut If Wholesale Liquor Dealers-
rn. Bullock. SCOTT &; BOWXE. Chcmiats,
The regular bi-monthly meeting of 409-415 Pearl and >t1f Y cd.
headache, a sick headAche, & the city council WM held Tuesday. 5< "i.oo; LI Authorized! Bottlers and.hol >3je Dealer, ta Wn. J

," nervous headache, in fact Only five of the city fathers were Brewing Co' St. LOOM ....
old kind of a headache, use Ray-
'. Pilla. They clear the eystem of preeent. The entire session was devoted -

cause of headache 25 dotes M c. to auditing bills-no special or fOLmIlONEYAm'I4.RtoP' 1246-1258 Adams St. JacksomYiUt, m<

-Monopoly. Drug Store. mMiiUU& extraordinary business was transacted. I, the COG jh and hew loa jr PRICE LIST I'I'O\ AI'I'LICITiOY.

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== All along the ages a few brave spirits, whose intellects forever have remained a stranger to the great truths most memorable in history. :::
1 t'- like the mountain peaks, rose higher than their enunciated in the Declaration of Independence: Let us honor -_

f r: surroundings dreamed of the coming of the time "That all men are created equal; that they are endowed Let us celebrate it. :::

i :: when the nations of the earth "would be governed by by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that fl't
Shoot the cannon }10 flag-blaze the sky with -- .
:: the consent of the governed." among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of -4/1
fireworks and the air with the effusion of .
.- Simple and fair as this proposition sounds to us it happiness. That to secure these rights, governments eloquence, iI

I I f: : was combatted with fierceness and force by those} : in are instituted among men, deriving their just powers and give the small boy unbridled license to make all

i I :: authority until a few brave spirits in this new world from the consent of the governed." the fuss he wants to. ::rs

! :: of ours boldly attempted the experiment and in the The success of this nation, its influence upon the Let the shout be heard from every nook and corner, ---

; .- language of Patrick Henry said: "Give us liberty or nations of the earth, holding aloft as it does a beacon rostrum, church and steeple: :::

: :: give us death." light of hope to the world, makes it imperative that Hurrah for the Glorious Fourth of July and let its r :.::

:: Had the attempt resulted in failure despotism would the signers of that immortal document be forever held glad lydings cover the earth as the waters cover the :::

...-.. have been enthroned and the world, perhaps, would in grateful memory and this of all days be made the sea! I Ir

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SiU XUZASETH IIAi :S. local Eiitsr I Mrs. J. B. Davis and children, of Mr. II. S. I'hortrigl', of Citra,spent I Mr. J. II. Truby, of Harrisburg Mrs. E. L.Carney left Friday afternoon Mrs. \V. K. McDonald uiul cbll-

Gainesville are in the city ou Ii"i81t the Fourth in Ocala, and rememberedthe Pa., who has been spending several for Trenton, Kentucky, where dreu, after a pkusaut: visit" of three

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. to relative Ocala Banner financially.Mrs. I diys in Oeala, left Monday afternoonfor she will spend a month with relativesMrs. weeks with relative and friends la

dipt and Mrs. Alexander Wynne E. P. Thagard and children Gainesville. C'aruey wan accomdanied: by her Ocala, returned to their home ta

Mr. Sidney Ililler spent Sunday in and their daughter r-pent Friday in returned Friday afternoon from a )Ir Robert Taylor .iud children maid.Leroy. I Jacksonville Monday afternoon.
CaineiTille.Mr. the city. mouth's visit to friends at Reddick.Mr. went lo EU'llisIonday afternoon to Taylor and Ben Richards, A.IlBass of
Morgantowii, JuJ., i..4
Godfrey Moytrn, of Dunnellon, Mrs. G. S. Scott and daughter, Miss and Mrs. Will Ross and daughter spend several weeks with Mrs. Tay- after spending a few days with to get up ten or twelve times in MM
lot Sunday in Ocala. Louise for visit lar's parents.Mr. friends in Ocala returned to their
Scott, left Monday a Mamie, of Hines, were guests at IIJi htand bad a severe backache anti

Mi* Jtttsie Owens, of Sparr( spent to White Springs. the Ocala House! Saturday and Sun. Herbert Crook has gone to the home at Ga'1 \"illeIouday after- I pains in the kidney. WaltornJ t.f

}'ridaln Ovala.Mrs. Miss Susie Morrison, of Island northern markets in the interest of I noon. I Foley's Kidney Cure. IW flee Drag

Jake Brown-and-children are Grove, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. day.Mrs.. S. T. Sistrunk and son, LaGrange the Meyer Clothing Store, of Palatka, i Mr. H. A. Ford and sister, Miss Store. m
of which he is I Emily Stotesbury,have returned from I
wtumering at Cape May.Mr. C. Barnes, for a few days. returned Saturday afternoon manager.
New York and Canada, where they Mr. Richard S. Van Brunt, who ft*
from a two weeks' visit to friends at
Ben Richards, of Gainesville, is Harry Wilcox, of Gainesville,spent Valdosta. Mrs. J. M. Benton and son, Mrs. have been visiting for the past five the past two years hay been owe fcf

IIIUng friends in the city. the Fourth in Ocala. H3 was a guestat Kirveu, Mrs. C. H. Weakly and two or six weeks. the teachers in the Ocala iligb Seh s.f.
Mr. and Mrs. J.. F. Edwards
the Ocala House. sons returned Sunday morning froma has been appointed principal of 8M
Mr. George A. Nash has gone to ___ ____..L Monday for French Lick Springs, few days' visit to Tampa. Mr. J. W. Castell, of Dunnellon, of the Tampa High schools for the
York to visit his wife. Mr. W. M. McKeathan, of Brooks- Ind., where they will spend the sum- was in the city Friday,and informs us .
Mrs. Gordon S. Scott and daughter, coming ;year.Mr.
Mr. Bob ville, was one of the visitors to our that he has disposed of his drug busi-
6a Dunnellon
end rs, mer.Mrs. Miss Louise Scott, left Monday over
Peat Monday In Ocala. city on July Fourth.Dr. D. E. Whetstone and daughter ness in the phosphate city to Mr. J. Claude T. Ansley! of Tnoataa*
the Seaboard for White Springs, where
Miss Bessie Whetstone, have goneto M. Samuels, of Punta Gorda. vine, Ga., who formerly lived In Luis
11... A. G. Gates .' W. H. Powers is enjoying a they will spend several weeks.
and son are spend- Sylaeanga Ala., to visit relativesfor city, and who is in the service of the
ing the visit from his brother, Master Arthur ----- Mrs. Charles Rheinauer left Monday -
summer at Seabreeze. some time. Hon.J. X. C;;Stockton, of Jacksonville Atlantic Coast Line, ha been [*&.
Powers, of Jacksonville.Mrs. for White Springs, where she
Mr.J.J. Gerig has gone to Winns- Mr. Fred Pfeiffer, of Jacksonville, and Hon.Frank M Simonton, will spend two weeks, after which moted. He succeed Mr. Fred
and children
bolO W. B. Lipscomb of Tampa,and a party of friends, were Alworth as agent at Live (>-.tic. Hk '
S. c.
foj a week' vacation. formerly of Ocala, spent the Fourthin she will go to the Catskill mountainsfor
have gone to Jacksonville to spend in Ocala Sunday.Mr. many Ocala friends learn with pira** I
the city, a guest at the Ocala several months.
Mr*. H. C. Jones and baby have [ the summer. ure of his
House. J. P. Nix, who is attending the promotion.
50fie ta Seabreeze for the summer. -- ------ Mrs Witzel Smith Miss Eula --- --- -
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has returned from
Mr. R. L. Ivey
Mr. Xewcomb Barco, of Cotton commercial department at Stetson
Mw. R. E. Yonge and children, ofJacksonville White Springs very much improved Plant,spent Monday in Ocala with Univerity, is visiting Ocala and ia the Gates, of this city,who is living near The onion church service for the

are visiting relatives in : in health._ his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. guest of his sister, Mrs. C. I. Grace. Fort Valley, Ga., had the misfortuneto summer were inaugurated at the
Ocala. i have her house entirely destroyedby Methodist church Sunday night. The
Douglass and Edward Hopkins, of Barco. Mrs. C. C. Todd and children left
sermon was preached by Dr. W. U.
fire a few days
I,Xt. Henry Chace, of Jacksonville Orange Lake were among the visitorsto George Chambers came down 'from Sunday afternoon for Monteagle, Lindsay, the Presbyterian minfotK,

the guest of his brother, Dr. J. E. Ocala on the Fourth.Mr. Orange Springs and spent the Fourth Tenn., and Clinton, Ky., where they Mrs. Morgan C. Looney and littleson and was a very fine one. The mufe
D. E. Chalker, of Plant City, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. will spend several months. George, went to Seabreeze Monday i was furnished by the Methodist.
CoL J. II. Livingston returned afternoon to speed a month with '
an old time subscriber to this paper, Chambers.Mr. Mrs. B. J, Potter, Miss Valeta Pot- choir.
Monday from a business: visit to West Mrs. Looney's sister, Mrs. A. C.
Florida. passed the Fourth in Ocala. C. T. Strickland, of Waycros, ter and Mrs. Mallory Liddon leave Miss Catharine Hampton, who I.M
Hamrhk of Jacksonville.
I -___ Ga., spent Sunday in Ocala with his next week for Lake George, X. Y., : been spending some weeks in Ocala
Mis )1r. J. J. Mixon, of Levy county,
Jennie Hornberg, of Wetump- wife, who is the guest of her mother where they will spend several months.Mr. For Io lazy liver try Chamberlain's the guest of her uncle and aunt. Mr.
**, Ala. the Fourth in Ocala with his
is the of her sister spent
guest Mrs. P. B. Dukes. Thornton Atkinson of Stomach tnd Liver Tablets. invigorate and Mrs. G. =
formerly They C.Crow, returned to her
Mr .
M. FisheL daughter, Mrs. C. J. Phillips.Mr.
Miss Christian Cook,of Brooksville this city, but who is now with the the liver, aid the digestion, home in Gainesville Monday after

Dr. W. R. 0. Veal, of Cotton Plant, Walter Simonton,of Micanopy, is one of the attractive visitors to the Atlantic Coost Line at Wilmington, regulate the bowels and prevent bilious noon. Miss Alice Bullock, of this

wu among the visitors to Ocala on spent the Fourth in Ocala, and made city. She is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. C., spent Sunday with friends in attacks. For sale by AntiMonopoly city, accompanied her home and will

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Flies E11 I3, Editor.P. were told that Sena tor Stephen R. I II !
Rev. Henry Ward Beecher on one I t

7. LeaTengooi, Business ldaaager..r occasion took with him to Plymouth Mallory would canvass very activelyin j FROM. THE STATE: PRESS.: : c Jim Damps oo Iadepca
West Florida for the election of. I laid: "Force freed .i beta Ear-

church a slave woman by the name .......................... o Ufld's sway.
Mr. John N. C. Stockton for the United -
of Sarah. His object was to raise And Frank Harris now says that 'V Now independence let's dtcltrt
States senate ta( succeed Mr From indigeition's tyraat sane.
money for the purchase of her free James P. Taliaferro.But those cute looks he gave were not I Good friends, shake of this despot

dom. She was an octoroon ; was goo goo eyes at the state superinten- grim.
we question the truthfulness of 'Twas 'Force' that freed
twenty years of age and described by deut's office 'I allahassee Capiiat. 6 "' you
SanllJ Jim.
this statement.
Mr. Beecher's biographer as a woman Gen. Bullock will find the road to
In his canvass in his own behalf
r of commanding presence, well rounded the gubernatorial chair a hard one to
for a return to his post in the United
features, and a most winning travel if he undertake to make the orQe"TEe
States senate, Mr. Mallory baaed his
race ou the theory that the I last legis-
face.Of claim almost; solely on what had become -
k course such a slave attracted the lature was a disgrace to the tate.-
the custom of the party in Btadj-lo-SaT Carnal t 0
eager attention of Plymouth's refined Daytona Gazette News.
Florida in rewarding iu fcervants I
and wealthy congregation. She was e.N
those who had performed their duties I
MOTTO: THE BANNER, BELIEVING requested to unloosen her hair and as Hon. Dauuett H. Slabs is the new always on duty.A .
even fairly well-with at least two
Richmond who enters the field inquest
she did so it fell in glistening waves a
CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS terms in office. ,
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRI- over her shapely shoulders and below of Jenning'g old shoe*. If experience i
This has been the 1
party custom j
CIDES her W9..<;t. Robed in epotle- white, in racing for this particular
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR Florida and custom is always more
THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE her face a crimson, and her form office couuts for anything, Dan nett
binding than written law. Tool for nhter..
BOTTOM heaving under the excitement of the should be a winner.-Uadsden' County
"It Interest learn that '
In Mr. Mallory'a canvass it was mar you
moment it is said Blue stood perfect Times. is being served at breakfast several time
especially noted that this custom had each week to the members of the Second K g. '
FRIDAY, JULY 10 1903. venus in form and feature. .N. I II Invent N. O. r., cow on datj at this plt*.,
been emphasized in the history of the The belief that there would be a ulJ..Ur W. Bsowll0 ."
For some time the famous preacher
AGE NO LIMIT TO USEFULNESS. democratic delegation in congress. abort crop of gubernatorial candidateshas .
remained by her side without utteringa The chain contains no broken I. .
I been dispelled. Davis and Bul
I I word and then in his eloquent and )

When first elected to the United link. lock have announced, Mayes, Milton
majestic way told the story of her .
Senator Wilkinson Call was given do likewise 'ere I Isectional
States senate Judge Pettus of Alabama and Burr will perhaps
wrongs. The congregation was arouse three
terms Senator Charles W.
had reached the ripe age of; long, and then, there are others.
ed to frenzied excitement and
a cry :-p::;
two terms Senator Samuel
eighty yet his usefulness in that body ; Palatka Hereld. jealousy and prove a draw a candidate for Ute *"'
of pity went up for the slave and | 'I.W"ijit
shows that so far as he is concerned Pasco two terms; Senator"Mallory .... iug card.-St. Augustine Record. of public Instruction m ibt
horror and hisses for the institution.Not TMMS>
two terms Congressman R. H. M. ....
the "eer and yellow leaf" in far in ; N.. Union of Kuu" satisfied with kindling this Davidson six ARE THAXKt
the distance.
controlling 1"MWe bit M 4..
blaze of wrath against the institutionof Instead of mad at what the M&
Mallory two terms; Congressman getting The Punta Gorda Herald that
intellectual scintillations are as Says feel that he l.qtltA or tfcts lit M

.. fresh, bright and sparkling as if be slavery in his own country, Mr. Fin'ey two terms; Congressman newspapers say about him tbe wise ex Editor Frank Walpole i is an aspirant the ofltee. While. not act..yiiii ..

Eeecher crowed} the Atlantic and with Dougherty two terms; Congressman man is thankful every hour in the for state railroad commissioner to |
were just from college and he is recognized rejecting the IIII.teen.... U#........
his matchless magnetism aroused the Bullock two terms day for what the newspapers know succeed
CongressmanDavis Commissioner
; who
as one of the 'grandest and Morgan, Bounced io.u.....>u ti., if fctti ,..*

English people against it. two terms; Congressman about him but don't print.-Madieon is about to resign. Mr. Walpole H in
tuost gracious men in that august qualifications k.., with kits IMOMH,
In of his bursts of Sparkman several terms. New Enterprise.
tribunal. one eloquence every way competent for the place be would JwH tIM..+wtis.. W.

Mr. Beecher said that the negro should These facts were cited in :Mr. Mai- .... and would make a good ('omlUis..iou- bow
Senator P sttus colleague, Senator:; to Col Harris Ile k twUii.| knot

John T. Morgan though &!, is a be flesh of his flesh, bone of bit bone, lory's canvass, and although not enjoying I The next governor of Florida will er. The Tribune would like to we ""raD ."'-$: *wd ( sirMi.-U.

prodigy of intellectual and physical and blood of his blood. very robust health, be was returned be a southern gentleman, the best him get the plum-Tampa Tribune. ....

energy, and his industry iii seeking to The sections were arrayed against without opposition. years of whose life have been spent in .. 4N The Jwrat/utwr.f Ihtllh. .........

Can he now before Florida laboring for Florida's good Frank Harris is still fascinated with eti rand .lat..1ot .
secure the adoption of the icarliu- each other in mortal and relentless go f* *nMr tip Ie ibb

guau route for the istmian canal, was hate; a civil war ensued and both the people and say that in tbe case of and he is a typical Floridian tod.t .. 140&&..,*

the wonder of the nation sides were bathed! in innoctnt. and his colleague this link should be His name is Robt. W. Davis of Putnam a political crown. He mrelest- i I "B.b" I>.v i. .- ...." ..+rMdtap II

Although the election is two years heroic blood. broken-the unwritten creed of tbe county.-The DeSoto County ly tells: his legion of newspaper friend. I II I the! Tin.rw-UaleL f'. !I. $".. It

and that Mr. Talia- Advertiser. that he loves their praise but cannot I for theugalust
party abrogated, J-P- Sad ... Mate se/
off, Senator Morgan it already makinga With the termination of war came i
ferro should not be returned to the 1..1 yield to their felicitations, since he every lUigtaiskii-Ml ,.. H. M
canvass for a re-electiou and is exhibiting Ocala
the emancipation of the slave. An editorial in Tues iy's
senate of the United States? verily believes that as: state superintendent cording U> hh ........ ""<"'It<< 11HoM.
the and fire of
energy Banner entitled "The Southern Slave-
burning volcano.It The freedman's bureaus t t was established Why and truthful '.>f education hf would be us IkilWk U tit Ut. ...,...jdI
holder" was both timely
and the newly enfranchised Because unfitted for the office? "a bull in a china shop" Tom tbe Wftiic ek.w !. fsjll, .......... M
will be ten years before General and should he read by every man who I
negro was fed from the putilie com- No! McBeath is next choice.-Day toua .: his fri *4*. \'... ...f jnwr Ml. pawl
BullocK reaches the present age of the has been laboring under tbe delusion

Alabama senators, and like them, is missary.We On tbe contrary, be has shown extraordinary that the southern slave-holder was a Gazette :News. I|I I\.lte ht fart aides. Us ,....

quote from an article written capacity in performingits t... i.. Brit-z
endowed with great mental and physical -Surnterville Times.
by us twenty tryaut. The whispered announcement of j I ****
years ago: duties. -
i owers of endurance.A ". ..... Hon. D .nnet H. i Mays as a candidate I TINt TO i.;...* IT
"Trained to the labor of the farm, blessed His enemies: like Jennings', admit
with health,strength and muscle, and wonder. Thirty-two of the forty-five countiesof for governor has increased to sounding A MUOiWf '"T l-. pl4| .A WrR.W. .
that his record has been most
a suc-
Very Unkind Cut. ful powers of endurance given lands furnished Florida are now dry and state after the slate fatertbto tuoftbeHau. &1M es.dtdrtt
with mules, implements and supplies the(fact cessful and brilliant one. proportions. Knowing ones say
rian. Divid B. Hill-whoisa Hill that not one negro in a thousand has succeeded state is advancing slowly but surely that the gentleman himself, who baa Mot W. Duels *..
Then Mr. : afford to
can Mallory
democrat and is never without the tells its own story." go toward prohibition. Throughout the remained quiet up to this time, will I auy alu! H.. t.. NM4 M ap ttlwt
before the and that this .
Hill label-recently arraigned the A northern man writing in Gun- say south the legal sale of whiskey is confined spring bis announcement next Saturday candidate or p.#.....rUv. "an'U",_
custom should be broken and his
. New York franchise tax before the ter's Magazine on the subject of almost elclusively to the large the Fourth, at a picnic in "a cer for governor use the .i...M4>. ..M4tIe
colleague feet aside in order that the
New York Court of Appeals. Mr. Hill whether the negro'a freedom has been towns and cities.-Punta Gorda tain county at which he will be 'I JJob In' bAd." 'ftt. tiai/rul t'1ettM
ambition of a friend may be gratified?
spoke as follows: a success or failure selects Carlisle, Herald. present. We can at least wait until utrikta U fat rfc( te .*f Mf a.4
Can Mr. Mallory subject himself to ....
"The clamor of certain minor organizations Penn., for the object lesson he wishesto that time to learn his intentions. this Ul'f'il"t.tMH. ., wteit. ........ M
the criticism that would naturally In a graceful card in the Times- I
semi-political and largely enforce.At Madison New Enterprise. j advance tlM tw.t .( ('''', IhSt1MI,1uudiguilyd
follow such a course simply to pay oft Union Editor Frank Harris, of the
socialistic in their character, self- Carlisle all tbe environmentswere .... aW dM. flee tlestlrtl ..
a personal obligation? Ocala Banner, expresses his grateful
constituted, irresponsible and noisy favorable. to the negro. The inhabitants Mr. Brown' picture of the coining g\'utlMaQ'. ......... It reps'i
thanks: to all who have
associations, mostly non-taxpayers," were entirely in sympathywith A Puzzler. political battle is quite vivid. It t i shut CaL Davie M MatkMou es.tar$
candidate for the
him as a possible
and that the "serious consideration, him. It was one of the depotsfor To the Editor of the Ocala Banner.If would appear by his suddenly changing the beerU (f...t*..f. w_
office of state superintendent of public -
much lens the passage" of the Ford the "underground system" for the you have not reached the point where you his! extended line of battle and named may be. .i.tw..4 W Mar
that two propositions exactly opposed ; instruction, and disclaims any
bill "bad not been regarded by harboring and protection of those td perceive each other may both be true you have yet purpose of becoming such candidate. forming the people into a Macedon partial fr..... tut .......... tW1h ..I

thoughtful men as imminent." who had escaped across the line from something to learn. ion phalanx that he purpose to fight gut eruatsstal. ......
-Pensacola Press.
Now the New York World, which is slavery. In Carlisle the negro was This clipping is taken from your on the defensive and resist the oncoming Col. Davis k a Wtb lur.d, MIMI!.
all sorts of a democrat out of season, fedclothed and educated by sympathizing last i&sue Weekly Banner your hum- WE BLUSH. avalanche of money for all. able eourtetxu ....*......, acid wMh -

turns in nose up at Mr. Hill in tbe friends. ble scribe, who is of an enquiringturn there is in him. Mr. Brown is doubt- Iy Iwarmbl of Uea11sK w. rttNsitiL ,
Hon. Frank Harris has declined to
following way: The conclusion of this writer is that of mind, has been cudgeling his less longing to be a hero and afterwards contempt or Ulster UM tslMtl It
for state superintendent claiming
"Mr. Hill's sneer at socialism comes judged by his efforts in Carlisle the brain for an instance where "two run draw a pension.-PensacolaPress. aspirations of any...4M... .... SMf
that he is not qualified. Any
.: with peculiar grace from the pohiti- negro as a freeman is a dead failure. diametrically opposed propositions desire to m.k. the ,..... Htv.s1|
x who make as good a news-
clan who last year thrust into the He has failed to raise himself in the might both be true." He has failed man can .*.* not remote vm ti.. 4uw.,*.. "* M

as the Ocala Banner, is qualified SEND HIM BACK.
democratic state platform a plank scale of civilization. In the part of utterly and therefore begs Jean to paper enemy seal ctftoi" y wwN teal slats
for office in the state. Harris The of Florida not
are goingto
favoring national ownership, and oper the city where he is ]located propertyhas trouble the learned editor with the any people spit of his ft'luittit.

though a moat really able man, is turn its business senator the Hon.
alien of the anthracite coal mines! depreciated seventy five per cent question. Will he kindly give us an a.1. 0.... ..... ..a..Wy tisrilllew
modest.-Punta Gorda Herald. James P. Taliaferru down fora politi
-the most radical socialistic measure in value. Respectable and wealthy instance, a sample of two proposi- I runulbg for t4Th bipi ... fII ltsasln
.N. cal wire and incitor of the
ever proposed in this country. And white people refuse to live in the tions, which will fill the requirementsabove rate of ttie lf4'at M..., lhlda asstesrueat
of the
Hon. Frank Harris,
his course now in denouncing a moderate -, same neighborhood with him. Of stated? A LOGICIAN masses against_ everything that h alMl .llgrl/sd pe.rI 1f--
Ocala Banner was in the city yester-
making the state bloom as a rote. No,
franchise tax on corporationsthat the entire negro population in the Florida MM.
i Very Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea. day, and in discussing political mat they are going to send the business
reap golden harvests from city of Carlisle only one has succeed.
public Was it f., LtbbJe.gf
ters said that Marion county was
"About six years ago for the first senator back to Washington. Precedents
privilages virtually given to themis ed in business and his success is due serene and that there was no factional S. I.1V'aIle. bn. r....-d l. .....
time in my life I had a sudden and give him another term, and for
of a piece with his vote as a senator entirely to the rise in the value of fights there. He said that Gen. the_t ,6qd ...... *ay u.e hgltll'lurr
land severe attack of diarrhoea" says Mrs his magnificent work for his state be
who boasted 'I am a democrat' properties which he purchased aurl ..teat to _ala MMi fist
Bullock in of his was ear
spite years,
Alice Miller of
Morgan.Texas. "I got should be cordially loyally supported -
against the at a nominal
only tariff bill years ago cost.
passed by matter Ito 'Talicbt'-n*
robust and generally b'loved by all epailar
temporary relief but it back democrat. 1>
his This writer came by every -
party since the war, solely becauseit says that the younger the people in his county.-Jacksonville bieh hiss. IJNII .. avdwt AI J. IV
again and again, and for six long years Land Record.
contained a tax on incomes-the negro population in that city is not of tbh elVIs. !a a ...w.... aes>R
worth I have suffered more misery and agony Metropolis.A *. *. *.*.
most Just: atid easily borne of all killing. .... I vi.wwiltitalisi ..... bi. M, ***
The than I can tell. It was worse than OKLAHOMA.:
taxes. negro laborers who were taken New Napoleon is in the field as a Frank Clark has announced his lie was ,seal k">v ... of his M-Nr
death. My husband spent hundreds
r from Alabama to Illinois I
Editor to work in of dollars for physicians' prescriptionsand gubernatorial nominee. Following candidacy for congress from the ecc-: white Uttectftltt was ....h.f m eel
Setzer of the the mines -
High Springs were greeted with shot treatment without avail. Final the illustrious example of Grover ond district to succeed Bob Davis. gre's, that ... w.. eps./Isg t"" ...

Hornet, says that the closing of the guns and were refused a landing ly we moved to .....
Bosque county, our Cleveland the ex-sheriS' of Juval We've been it. uroeey for "eo.ptsaM,.. WN
expecting Thought
saloons in Alachua county has transferred place. Famished and starved, they present home, and one day I happened 'Itotiard
A few
county will probably enter the campaign all along that Frank hadn't left Oklahoma MMSI tbltap .. thw..tit If'
the sale of liquors from the were driven back home like dogs and to see an ad\'ertismeutofChamper- -
for the nomination of belted tbs tM
lain's Colic Cholera and governor. just for the fun of tbe thing. twsiiraMac tb
"open saloons" to the "blind tigers." this was done with the approval of .
the Remedy with at testimonial of a man Wonder if he will be able to take the It's none of our fight but unless we claim to Much mat* for tet*)itwts ..
executive of that state.
Gen. Abe Sawjer is making his Witness the who bad been cured by it. The case next important step, that of running are entirely mistaken in our estimate fig' J'1tiUBtMe ae... > ascots..

home in Jacksonville at recent scenes In Delaware was so similar to my own that I concluded for president?-St. Augustine Record. dataM wbhb lbe paws 81 Mss ti.
present, and I Murdock Barrs and a few of the other
Indiana Illinois
and Ohio. to the
try remedy. result
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frays that he is war based.-D.lhs.frt
open to matrimonial candidates in the second
Had Beecher Sumner was wonderful. I could hardly realize many over .
Garrison, If the Jacksonville slate makers are -- -
propositions, but he is exceedingly Lovejoy Stevens thatI was well again, or believe it i will find their work cut out for them .......
Phillips Wade and
believed this is the kind of ticket
par tic ular.-Me tropol is. others foreseen the rude could be so after having suffered so to be by the gentleman who now hails} from Hurry top or y** will i.. iuA rthere

awakeningand long, but that one bottle of medicine. that would suit them as far as geo- Ace tatptt MaM p1s4.. 2.1 ...
Columbia New
Judge Alton B. Parker is dismal failure of the negro's cured me costing but a few cents, graphical location is concerned: For eounty.-MadillOu Tent PtMtHgffhsjr to R.W ttuii... ..

In visiting emancipation, does anyone believe cured me." For :Sale by AntiMonopoly U. S. senator, J. X. C. Stockton, of : Enterprise. his eat ra... ...... (.. .<>. a...

Georgia primarily to make an that they would have engendered the Drug Store. m X 444 and galas, .> for ...M ad ..
Jacksonville. For There is a spicy, pleasant and
address before governor, Napoleon
the Georgia Bar Association Jars ". Vmy .
mortal hate between the button afysMHstf Mrs. (
sections In a sick room a jolly often does the B. Broward of Jacksonville. original flavor in announcement
but incidentally to reanimate which resulted in the cut {....*... Ml tdl MMr wwt
his presidential boomlet. terriblewar work that the doctor sends in his bill For congress, J. :Murdock Barrs, of as made by the Hon. Frank Harris of .. A. c.ua-,

of modern times? for. I Jacksonville. This might. obviate he Ocala Banner that he will not te 6lliuPAGE Mtttla..1'I

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I4li ZUZJLBITH HASaiS Local Editor SCHOOL BO RD, I school house window. Ebenezer $_51 In Memoriam.

for rfp 'rs. Whereas, our beloved brother, P. B.
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Regular Monthly Meeting-Much Returns of elections held on June I Dukes, having obeyed the immutable

Business Transacted 7th, at Mclntosh, Pine Level. Weir .law of life and decay, and departedthis

E' Mr. D.W Davis lls visiting Atlanta. dale and Citra were canvassed with life, at the command of the All I
The board
of public instruction in
--- the following results: Wise iod, II.nd- OF EVERY DESCRIPTION r
E jjr.< and Mrs. C. C. fowls, of Elm- and for Marion county, Florida, met rr
I H. ('. Walkup, W. M. Gist and J. Whereas, in his fifetime, he was
wood, were in the city yesterday this the 6th day of July, in regular ,
J Jt
: K. Christian, trustees for McIntosh ; an exemplary citizen of our commu- !
bessiouwith G. S. ;?cott, chairman;.
t Mr. J. J.rig returned yesterday B. R. Blitch and J. S. Grantham :3 mill levy. nity, and a worthy brother Knight {

t, from a week's visit to his mother at present. J. T. Ross, R. D. Stokes and 6. O. !! whose counsel in our Castle Hall was if

WIDD.LoN,,,8.0.r. '1 under trustees of Pine Level; 3 mill always on the side of right and justice; Get Our Prices OnWhitmore's f
Minutes <>f last meeting were read
his presence will be missed! from his -

) .Tom Owen was op from Lake and approved. levy.W.. L. Smith, V. P. Kelsey and W. fireside; the community at large, and Shade Hanger
the The folio wing rules and regulationswere
Wrlr yesterday and says bathing W. Reed trustees for Weirsdale! ; 2 in gatherings hereafter therefore III

(litnont delightful sMr uutmmously passed. mill levy. I be it- White Mountain Freezer .
That in conveying children to the
and children J. B. Borland, A. C. White and W. Resolved, That we extend Jo t his
R. F. Hyman i
different schools. First, the board
VU1 leave ihnrtly fur North Carolina will not convey children from anyplace J. Crosby trustees for Citra; 3 mill family our,heartfelt sympathy ia the Arctic Freezer .

jevy. bereavement. that has overtaken, them
.. for the ,umm.r.In. unless there are a sufficient I
Freestone and Sulpher Spring colored so early in life. North Star Refrigerator .

) L.8. Black returned to Pun- number of children to which they schools: asked for assistant Resolved Further, That !a copy of

are conveyed to maiuUin a school. Chandler Pat. Ice
Wednesday afternoon after a Cracker.
union teachers but were refused.A this resolution be spread upon our
Second, under no circumstances will
tUlt to rt'latlvtIIln Ocala. petition to establishd a new colored minute book and a page dedicated tohis
the board go to more expense to convey -
Jonaa eta one of the sub.lUntlel school at Standard was deferred memory therein and a copy of Wo Can Save You Monry.pITTMA"R .
children than it will cost to main-
until next meeting.J. these resolutions be sent to his wife:
over-the-rlver :, was
tain school for the children -
conveyed. S. Grantham was instructed to Respectfully submitted,
aD Ocala visitor yesterday. Third, tint the board will pay no
inspect the the old Brussell school T. J. OWEX,
and children leave man for carrying his own children to T. E. BIGGS. & soH
Mra 0, C. from house and sell the same to the best
for Hendersonville school unless he has the contract for I Committee.
(in a day or two advantage. ------
carrying of the ehildren in the
y.C., to spent the summer. The appointment of teachers was A Jolly Picnic Party. -.--- -
neighborhood.The .
taken up and about half appointedbut Tuesday night a jolly party of
H. White of PJant City
Mr.C. ,
following resolutions were
Mr. Joe on account of so many requeststo young people chaperoned by Mra. L. S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER,
ahetahortvisltto hilt son, passed relating to salaries of teachers:
defer actions the matter was left in Dozier, went out to Silver Springs.
White, returned home yesterday. That no third grade teacher will be
the superintendent's: hands and he They enjoyed a boat ride several S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
paid more than $35 per month. Thatno
The Turpentine Operators: Association will publish list later. miles down the run and on their return -
second grade teacher will be
met In Ocala yesterday and had avery Alex Geiger was appointed trustee partook of a picnic lunch. The
more than $45 month. That
pleasant and profitable meeting. per no for Ft. King school. evening was in all respects a most
teacher be appointed principal of a Livery Feed and Sale Stables
J. W. Stevens supervisor for the delightful one.
Mr. R. E. Young, Jr., of Jacksonville school with two or more teachers,
Ft. McCoy school. Those in the party were the follow-
I was in town this week, working where the principal salary is $+j per
W. D. CAR, Secretary. ing: Mrs. Dozier, Misses Julia and
on Buttgenbach'a telephone line.- month or more, who does not hold a We carry the most completeline
Virginia Mayo, Emma Barber, Nellie
Dunnellon Advocate. first grade certificate.The Another Business Change.Mr. .
I Anderson, and Messrs. C. M. White- of Harness, Saddles, etc.,
board then declared that in Will P. Edwards on Tuesday ,
I site J. U. Dean Miss Deaaie Leav- I side, J. L. Dozier and J. L. Emerson.Gun in Florida and will
. view of the fact that, the school .funds purchased the meat business formerly central. give
t engood and Murter Emory Leaven-
are in better condition than for any conducted by the late Mr. P. B. Dukesin Club Shoot. our patrons the very lowest
good, went down to Lake Weir yesterday ti
Ii time during the last fifteen years, the city market.Mr. Yesterday afternoon the Gun Club We
for a few days outing. prices. are thoroughly
I with two thousand dollars iu the Edwards is well known to every held an enjoyable shoot at the trap on

, Mr John Buie, a prominent turpentine treasury, more than enough to pay one in Ocala having lived here for the the golf links. Eight of the memberswere equipped for fitting out turpen-

operator of Brooksville, was in every cent of outstanding warrants, ptst eight years, and he is an expert present and all shot exceedinglywell. tine and lumber teams, gear,

Ocala yesterday and left last night for I that any school in the county that when it comes to handling meats of wagons, etc. '"' ;'c ; tr 'c

a business trip. to Savannah.Mr. : will organize or has already organized all kinds, having been with the firm Mr. W. H. Clark made the best L 1L -s..

i I of Edwards Brothers for number of score, Mr. Lou Haley second best and
a special school district and will pay a
.. W.Stevens, of Fort McCoy, We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summer
the teachers two weeks or longer years. Mr.Clarence Camp, third best.
Dr. Lindner, of Anthony, and Mr. and "White and Farm Wagons.
Buggies Hickory" Turpentine
The shoot will be held ,
from the special district funds that Will is a young man of excellent regularly on

: W. Allsop, of Weirsdale, were busi- the county board will pay for five business qualifications and we speakfor Thursday afternoons. North Side Court Hoti*>c. ltealu. l"Iaiiiij
DC us visitors to Ocala Wednesday.
; and one half mouths, but where a him a fair burtion of the trade in Tax Reduction.

'; Mrs. C.E. Abson and children and school refuses to organize a district or this line. He extends to his many Governor Jennings, acting upon the -
5e5@5 C! mi 5c 5'e5L5 e5r5a5a P .5 5 rid
! Mrs. Abson'a sister, Miss Rebecca raise sufficient funds: to run the schoolat friends an invitation to call on him, recommendation of Comptroller rJ1iijl ca '

! Botwellof Lakeland left yesterday least two weeks, the county board at his new place of business. Croom, has reduced the tax levy on
for Saluda N. C., for the summer. will pay for only five months. That real estate from three mills to one and
,.. Te cure a cold In one day.
1 any school forming a district any a half mills. Governor Jennings has, grow strong. Unlearn we get
, 1Irs.J. H. Beville, of Gainesville, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab !
. time before the school term closes in a word, cut the tUN in half. good meat we may. well lt
and her mother, Mrs. Simmons, of lets. All druggists refund the money
the county board can make arrangements What else is Jennings going to do? .. it alone. There it DO strength
thl city have gone to Lewes, Delaware if it files to cure. E. W. Grove's
to operate the school for the in tough meal-inittad of gin
where they will spend the um- signature is on each box.--lo Mr. Albert A. Graham, of Ocala.
full six months the districts to returnto --- -- ing, it takes strength digest
mer. has recently received a letter from Mr.I. a'
the county out of the first moneys Odd Fellews Feast. t s :: ,,'- it. It pays to be careful In
w ; <
V. Stevens formerly of this 1
county, .<
Dr. J. W. Castell and are The Odd Fellows of Ocala
family are
collected for two weeks expensed. pre. ;.-, buying meat be cure to gt
and favorably known over it, but r t
moving into the Wallis house on The board then fixed the salaries to paring for an elegant feast tonight. -'' # the best-tender and chute
now in the newsdealers bualnea at
South second street next to the one be paid to each school. The affair will be given_ iu their Pay a little more if Deed be and _
Shawnee, Oklahoma, in which he q "t
occupied by the family of Mr. Hamp The following changes were made: Castle hall. fa T' put something your stomach
states that he is doing a Jandoffice
Chambers. Total amount McIntosh teachers Ice cream, eherbert, water lees, N fifth
paid which will put OD yewbones
business 11
and wants Mr. Graham to j. I- .:
We are requested to state that the increased $10 per month. Kendrick cakes and other dtlieinua refreshments join him this fall, which; he expectsto .,, d.a and strong blood In Twit
reduced $5 month. Flemington appear on the till\ of fare.
ftmllyof the late P. B. Dukes are per do.-Dunnellon Advocate. heart.EDWARDS .
reduced $10 Oak Hill reduced $10 The following are some.o( the newly -
of ,
truly grateful for the many
kindness shown them in,their recent Shiloh increased $10, Central reduced elected officers of the Odd Fellow! B. H. Pyke, formerly a bar keeperof BROS.

bereavement. $'U and only one teacher allowed. viz: this city, but now of Jacksonville, Stall 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Ha.

Ebenezer increased $1, Fantville reduced Jake Brown, N. G. has been sentenced to a year In the L

Mrs. A. L Izlar and son Laurie, $35 month and only one T. D. Bryan, V. G. penitentiary for attempt to commit
per _- _ --l!
left Wednesday for Denmark! where teacher allowed. Hurricane Pond E. F. Smith, Secretary.J. murder. He has given notice of an

they were called on account of the reduced, :\ reduced $i, Home H. Spencer Treasurer.K. appeal and his supercedeas bond was

serious illness of M1 Izlar's mother, land reduced $5, Buck Pond increased of P. fixed at $1500 and he was given thirty A. E. PELOUESTHARDWARE.Sash

. lira. Center. to file bill of ,
J5, junellou increased$30 per month days a exceptions.E.
T. E. Biggs, Deputy Grand Cban-
, and three teachers granted. Pine
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Strickland cellor installed the new officers of the T. Gail, of Orange Springs, was
Level increased $5, Oconee reduced
returned to their home at Waycross Knights of Pythias at their last meet arrested for disturbing the public
$i Capulet reduced $5 Candler increased
Wed nNday. They were accompanied ing. The following are the officers; worship and was brought to Ocala .
$5, Long Lake reduced $-5,
by Mrs.Strickland's mother Mrs; Baxter Cam, chancellor. Wednesday. His trial was set for
Electra increased Grahamville
P. B. Dukes who will make her home Eruest J. Crook, prelate. Monday and until then he was released and)1 Farming
increased $5 and two teachers allowedat
with them. R. E. Yonge, sr., dutside guard. on his own recognizance.FOIEYSKIDNEYCURE. Doors lJi'" Jl4'f Tools. .
|40 and ?:25 per mouth, Eaton e
T.A. Coleman, inside guard.H. .

Mellville W.Eichelberger, of Pan a- Creek increased$10 Anthony reduced C. Jones, vice chancellor, will be Ready Mixed

$1), tjparr increased $)Citra increased was seriously injured Wednesday duly installed next Monday night. Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right Paints Etc. '
while working in the saw mill 57.50, Eureka reduced So, Mill Creek
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of the Bachelders. His friends here reduced $10, Orange Springs reduced

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regret very much to learn [of the $10. ." ..-". MOSOUITO -
Other schools remain the
I same as I '.
accident. last year. j OCALA UNDRY & MACHINE WORKSOCALA

dies Johnnie Liddon returned yesterday Belleview not making quite the required ::i CANOPIES. FLORIDA.

from visit to relatives at
a for assistant teacher
average an .
Nickel plated.i' -- --- --- -
Augusta, Ga., and Starke, :Fla. She the board refused to pay an assistant t'

has been absent five weeks and hada bet agreed to advance $30 per Patent frames. BOILERS <& ENGINES

most visit. At both Plain nets and
month for the assistant, the same: to

places she was the recipient of many be paid out of the funds from the with lace. Pipe and Fittings to 12in., Valve, rtpM j.
Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag. NeM
,4F' social attentions. new state law for the Belleview school. .'Bobinet nets. ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general UM of =

Messrs.John and Jim Taylor and Estimated resorces and expendituresfor ',' / _- ti, Plain and lace )tIIiI..tND MI.VI.VU SI't'I'I.Itle.

, Misses Margaret and Mamie Taylor year from July 1st, 1903* to June /i ; : trimmed

, left yesterday afternoon for Seabreeze.The 30, 1904, anas follows: Resource, ; _

young ladies and Mr.Jim Taylor $33,300. Expenditures, 32070. : .-: OCiLA FURNITURE CO. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERSALL

will be absent two months and Mr. Grahamville school was granted $'5 CJ i __C:: ". KINDSiiOF MACHINE WORK
: Prop
John Taylor about two wee! s. for repairs. Ft. McCoy sash for one

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I A BRIGHT( CRISPY LETTER be seen are the hundreds ot cottage CONVICT C0MP IS FINE < I

tents, where families spend the entire I ?
Mrs. Mamie Howse-Steull's Description season, and a perfect model of the : Officer Lamb Praises Hospital for I.-

COLUMN. of Jeruselam. But the most im jaracamph
4f i of a Fascinating Spot- city valid Convicts in Marioa.
all is the Sunday 6 o'clock
r Mow the 4th Was Spent pressive "Talk about nt'at. well kept and
t. Hon. A. P. Biskin, Editor. beach service when thousand gather
at Asbury Park. systematic convict camps," remarked IniUntlf or Mooey Rdva4d.
on the beach in the soft twilight, with
Save Hay-It Will be High Neat SUe ASBCBY Pass, N. J., July 6. Deputy Sheriff Lamb of High
heads bared reverently, under the Mosquito Bites Stings
sea. To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. Springs Friday who had just returned ,

The track leg season being over and The hot wave which struck New blue vaults of heaven, while the I from Ocala, "but they have them Sunburn Chafing, Swellings and aQ WUnwutkx

corn crops having beta finished it iswell York City July, made everyone moon twinkling stars, and opalescent I' in Marion county. The hospital and Kills Chiggers. It Cools. It Soothes. It Curt.
for us to bee after our hay crops. that eould possibly leave the city, tinted summer floating are camp for invalid Mate convicts located SoU only la 151:..Sfc.: A ILl>>Bottt A* a i..,.. ;"''

Fortunately for oar part of the countywe hie with great haste to the mountains reflected upon the ocean, and sing I near Ocala, is one of the cleanest "-

have unusually fine prospects for and sea shore for several weekil'vacation. songs of praise to the accompanimentof I and moat systematic I have ever seen FOR SALE BY ANTI-MONUKOLY' oR4GS1Ntt

the breezes and the lashing i --. -
t corn, which is about safe and prom- gentle I -and that ia saying a great deal, for
of the the shore. It
t3 sufficient for the wants of our peo Asbury Park with a population of waves against I have been in a great many of them.

ple. There being no money as a rule 10(1)), is one of the most delightful makes one feel a nearness to God, i ii i The superintendent, Mr. English ion
and how and small are f
in raising corn for sale,com pared with summer resorts on the Atlantic coast. insignificant thoroughly understands bis business!

truck crops we have got into the It is admirably situated easy of the works of man compared with the and I consider him one of the moot I

habit of planting only enough for access by boat and rail; and here one mighty works of our Creator: competent men in the service. Shoes s.Umbrellas
H0wsE STov.tLL. ,
home use. But we should make sure can enjoy the combined delights of "The premises in the vicinity of

of a sufficiency for this pnrpo be. : city life and country life. The wide The Boss Worm Medicine this camp are neat and 'well kept. 1C to.

The object of this communication I avenues, beautiful shade tr* a, elegant H. Kumpe, Druggist, Lexington, i The beds are a great deal more com- ,

la more particularly to impress upon cottages, green lavas dotted Ala., writes: "One of my customer fortable than DOme boarding houses at
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our people the pressing need of a hay with fountains and brilliant hued had a child which was sick, and which I have been compelled to stop oo

crop, not only for home use but to Mil, flowers, delightful driveways and threw up all food could retain nothing, and the linens are kept clean. Thereare

and lands that have been planted to hospitable people, make it an ideal on its stomach. He bought one bottle now about twenty inmates in the

vegetables and well fertilized, are, asa spot to spend the heated U>rm. The of white's Cream Vermifuge and it hospital at present, but a greater proportion CHAMBERS SHOE CO,

rule In splendid shape for hay. temperature has been 68 degrees ever 119 from the child. of them are able to do some
brought up worms 2nd door from corner Opera House Block, Oe V., Kk,
Such lands be over with the arrival. A in the surf work and the
can run since our dip It'a the boas worm medicine." they are employed on

machine so aa to clip the walk automobile drive the which conducted
mowing a or on White's Cream Vermifuge U also the eight horse farm is

weeds, which will give the graze a beach before breakfast, gives one an childrens' tonic. It improves their digestion in connection with the institution.

chance to grow and smother them exhilarated feeling and a glorious: and assimilation of food, stre- "This farm not only tends to keep>>

out, when oats have been harvested a appetite. The beach is thronged from ngthens their nervous system and restores the convicts busy, but it produces ''t't1r'trt1"t"\\tr'11"r't"Tr"'ttr""f''tt'ttf"' '!'\!'\ " '' 1 ",
them to the health, vigor and
crop of peas can be grown; plantedin early morn until late at night with sufficidntly to fed all the inmates of r "
elasticity of spirits natural t8 child
August, which will prevent them bathers in bewitching costumes, and hood. 25c at Anti-Monopoly Drug the hospital with plenty to spare.

from'maturing until after the rainy the hundreds of little tots with their Store. m I The crop is varied, comprising corn, i WEEKL \Y

season is over and give you the benefit buckets and shovels and the dainty KNIGHTMARTIN.The I oats, potatoes, sugar cane and other Ir

of dry weather to cure them, white costumes of the ladies and gentlemen staples. There is also a pecan nursery .
event of social interest in Ir
which is almost impolitic in rainy sitting on beach chairs or containing about :33,000! trees, and also
Valdosta this week was the marriage :
damp weather. promenading and holding gay colored of Miss Stella Knight to Mr. Albert i a tract in which is:: planted several \ BANNER'S 1 1I
There Ii no excuse: for
positively any parasols over their bare heads, makea thousand fruit trees."
of )
man who pretends! to farm to buy hay Thomas Martin
very animated scene. Hats are Jal'halIVille'l Mr. Lamb was greatly impressedwith

in a country so well adapted to the never worn and one's complexionBoon The ceremony was this institution, and says it is a

growth of the different grasses as ours, become that brilliant hue which home of the bride's mother in Valdosta credit to the fetate.-Gainesville Sun. Ir I CLUBBING 1 I
Wednesday, and though quiet it I
and considering the fact that it is so
fashionable Here
is:: so at this season. I
much economical and when was an extermely pretty weddin:. Working Night And Day.
more too, the small boy revels in the cool !
To the inspiring strains of Meudels- The busiest and mightiest little thing
handled it U
good a
just as
and refreshing drinks at the fountains
most suicidal policy not to prepare for ehon's w edding march played by Miss ,. that ever was made is Dr. Kidg'a New Fl FlWe
where you "can drink all the !!soda LIST
W\iittington the bride and I .
the making and curing of all home ale Mattie I Liver Piila. These pills change weakness i
ginger or miueral water you want Miss e e e e e 1
needs and save the railroads the trouble groom entered preceded by : into strength, listlessness into energy
for 5 rents." It is great sport for
of bringing it from the northwest. Kathleen Roberts and Miss! Ouida I brain-fag into mental dower.They're .
them tu run a race and tee which one I I
of wonderful in the
Hay can be kept nice and sweet in Dunbar. Mr. John A. Sperry. building up
can drink the most number glasses.!
stacks provided it is properly put up. Marshall\ville, acted as best man. The I health. Only 25c per box. Sold by have made special arrapgcmiMrti wfcaftby nt
One little fellow after drinking eightglasses
I Anti Store.
This be done the hay cere'uony vas performed by Rev. 0. lolOpoly Drug Tydinus offer the all
can by keeping remarked, "Gee, I can't hold I & Co. m 5= can following rates JIIiIHa" =1
B. Chester, the couple standing between ------
higher next the pole than on the outside i
: ::1
any more! and withdrew from the Boards. vance :
two massive urns: of ferns.: I Our County
the the chanceto
thus giving water
contest OCALA BANNER andJaekMMVtOaSt.il-
commissioners EjTHE i -
The aId the
The bride was beautifully gownedin i county
run to the edge instead of the cen-
Loug Branch is within easy reach blue viole. The young board of public instruction were in s_= Weekly Times-Union, $1.50 a y nf.E .
the a navy
ter next pole. Properly stacked I
by trolley, while Ocean Grove, the couple immediatly left for Marshall- session Monday, both boards having THE OCALA BANNER and TW C.-.ruIry-(
hay ia better as a rule, than in barns
of the Methodists is connected I i
mecca :E an's
] 81.
where the air can circulate through ville, where Thursday evening brilliant I a full attendance. paper 5 a year
with this resort by a bridge which The important matters that g THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta
them the engage s-i-w..w
it aa it is more little to lose its sweet- reception was given by I

ness. But the best of all, and what spans Wesley Lake.! Bands discourse groom's: mother '[r!!. A. E. Martin. ; ed the attention of the county commissioners r: Journal, $1.75 a year. =1
inspiring music, morn, noon, and
we will all have to come to, is to putit The bride comes of a family prominent -: was the approval of the g THE OCALA BANNER and Thm. *.\\'*t Ktw 3Sr
night at the different pavillions on in south while the final reports of Tax collector E. P. York \\ orld.
into bales, as it h then in more Georgia, $1.65 a .year.

compact form, preserves its sweetness the beach hops at the numerous groom number among his canned- Thagard and the bond of the new collector g THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta \\'..kIy Cerstitution$1.i5 =

hotels every evening: and strolling E. L. Carney.I .
of the moet and :
ions worthy
better and is in shape to sell to the some fc a year
minstrels keeps one in a most! happy Thagard's report shows uncollected -
trade, or your farmer neighbor who frame of mind. substantial citizen In a business I I I rr: THE OCALA BANNER and Upfmatfi. :
for the of
sum $3,410,54
he is known as an energetic
has not had the forsight to prepare way zinc
his own. The greatest celebration in the history traveling represenative of the McCaw for county and 937,36 for state, which & $2.75 a years

Hay will, from present outlook be of the place occurred on the Manufacturing Co., of )Ia.con. and includes errors,doubles and insolvents.Mr. r
Cash Must all Orders =
=j Accompany
Fourth when the of the
glory na- bond for the
Carcey'a was given i
high another year as the floods in the numbers his friends by his acquaint-

west and drouth in the east are likelyto tion'a natal day was acclaimed and ances.-Atlanta Journal. sum of S30.0UO. The following are I
the broad board | Address : THE OCALA BANNER0,* m.
walk which
make it scarce. Florida hay, cut The bride, as! Miss Stella Knight, his bondsmen viz; J. B Malloy, ..

at the proper time and cured and extends across the front of Asburyand was well known in this city. She has Walter Ray, D. A. Clark T. T. ----- 5
baled, will be worth not less than Ocean Grove, was dedicated. visited here a number of times as the Munroe, Z. C. Chamblis, L. L.Meggs, .. ... .
== .. ..ti.H'u- 4i..H.U..lt.. ill".. **
eighteen to twenty dollars per ton. Flags of all nations were pendantfrom guest of Miss Annie Mae Standley. R.D. Hall, J. D. Robertson, E. C. Mc- == :: PUBLISHER OCALA BANNER ..

"A sUch in time saves nine" is an every veranda and house top She was a very charming'young girl I Leod and D. W. Davis. :_: .5' Enclosed find... ,..... .......... Can ira I
but the stars and stripes predominated. Mr. Carney secured his bond in less! ::: -1' e
old that is
adage applicable to this and her friends here wish her
many .. .
# for which send me The weekly ...,aiaalr .. :
Thirty thousand visitors witnessed than two days and several volunteered ..
subject. every happiness. I ............................. ....... ..........iof1litf 'r' ..H.Ir.r .
The Perfect Liter Medicine. the grand military and civic to go on it and regretted that the :: :

parade and listened to the brilliant Brutally Tortured.A -- J ia the Banner. .................... .
M y, Xoble.O. T., writes: amount had already been made up. -
case came to light that for perist- ::: .". .
"I have used Herbine for a number of orations of Governor Murphy and He could easily have given a bond for dame....... e
ent and unmerciful torture has perhaps == 1
years, and can cheerfully recommendit. other distinguished statesmen. At twice the amount. e
never been equaled. Joe Golo- == P.o.... sI
It is the most perfect liver medicine 8:30 a grand patriotic concert was The school board only did routine :::
bick of Colusa, Cal., writes. "For 15 Sate
and the greatest blood purifier. It is given in the Ocean Grove auditorium work but today will appoint teachers E :
years I endured insufferable pain from == ;
a medicine of positive merit and which ha a seating capacity of 10,000 ond fix salaries for same. 4 Date I \
rheumaism and nothing relieved me :1
fully accomplishes all that is claimedfor and was taxed to its utmost Some Shown. *##xk##tkfht6f4tlfeiiel4Ne iIIIIIIIIIiIUlllllillllllillilliluuIlIIl +
though I tried everything known. I No Pity
of the finest voices in America ;
it. Malaria cannot find a lodge- heard in solos were came across Electric Bitters and it's "For years fate was after me contmuosly" 1 I I i i I I I! I I ulhllul I I iuu. .
in the with soft
while a
system the liver is accompa- .
the greatest medicine on earth for that writes F. A. Gullege, Verbena, -
in order for niment on sixty stringed instruments --
one of its functIons
troube. A few bottles of it completely Ala. "I had a terrible case of Piles

is to prevent the absorbtlon of played by young women in perfect releved and cured me." Just as goodor causing 24 tumors. When all failed i e- VVVCOMMERCIAL

ever producing poisons. Herbine is rymth and the chorus of 400'() voices Liver and Kidney troubles and Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured me.

a most efficient liver regulator. 50c and those of the large audience singing genearal debility. Only 50c. Satis- Equally good for burns all aches and I

at Anti-Monopoly Drug Store m America made one thrill with faction guaranteed by AntiMonopolyDrug pains. Only 25c at Anti-Monopoly \ ME\ HULL
Store. Tydings & Co. m LrugStore. Tydings & Co. m
Might Be Suprised if You Knew.If delight and glad that they were a __. _n__
knew how citizen of this land-the home of the Miss Brumby Graduates. Death of Mrs. Snowden.We .
you many people there [Branch of Commercial flask JM'......'
were right in your town who know brave and the free. This chorus will The first annual commencementof regret exceedingly to learn of

be increased to 1,000 voices and the the Presbyterian Hospital was held the death of Mrs. E. L. Snovden, .
practically nothing about
your store, CAPITAL S O.OOO i
your goods or your methods, it would orchestra to 100 pieces during the big yesterday afterncon at five o'clock in who died at her home in Lake City i

cofill you with astonishment and alarm. camp meeting which begins next the parlor of the hospital, cor. Walton 011 Thursday night June '!5. Her

You are close to month. and Cone streets Atlanta, Ga. death was very sudden, being caused Accounts of Firms, Corporations aDd lQ tivMe.a..........1 ;
your business and Attention all Bi $in. Katnettei ;
Prompt to <* tor t air
store The days' program was most fittingly Miss Ernestine Albert Brumby, of by the bursting of a blood vessel at
your seems so important to you Exchange Bought and Sold. i
that you forget that a great many closed with a brilliant pyrotechnical this city, who has been studying in the base of the brain the result of ii

people are minding their own business display. The set pieces representing the hospital for the past two years, acute neuralgi", Mrs. Snowden was INTEREST PAID OX TIMKAAAAVVV DEPu$1TuI

ho closely that they never paid bouquets and the American flag, was one of the graduates and she fifty one years of age. She leaves a hus

any attention to you In order to get together with the thousand red, white leaves the institution with a splendid band, a son, Dr. A. C. Ives, of Lake '
I ]
the facts in relation to yourself and and blue lights will ever remain a record and most excellent recommendations City, a daughter Mrs. J. C. Douglass, I __ .

your business into the minds of the delightful memory in the minds of of Douglassville, S. C., and a neice ,.

people you should keep telling them the thousands. upon thousands of people Miss Brumby will spend the sum MUs Alice Ezell who lived with Mrs. The OcalaSeecl S1)1't v.

and who helped to swell the animated mer with relatives in Georgia and in Snowden.
over over again.-H. B. Wilber, Is the U -To-Date Concern of this and will 1
in American Advertiser. throng. The bracing atmosphere and the fall will visit in Ocala for a few Mrs. Snowden lived in this city fora city

exuberance of patriotism produced weeks after which she will return to number of years and her many be glad to serve its customers in any way poNiblt

People looking for the best drug happy smiles upon the faces of every Atlanta to practice her profession! as a friends here are grieved to learn of If we don't carry in our line what yet want Tend

store in Ocala, go to the Post Office : one. Tri-weekly concerts and trained nur.se. her sudden death.
daily to us for it anyway and we will get it for you, no
Drug Store. When
buying infallible
religious exercises and lectures make The Irish department of agriculture The West Virginian commission to matter what it be.
remedy for sore eyes they call for Ocean Grove a favorite rendezvous. may
will make a special exhibit of tbe.orld'l! Fair opened headquarters

Dickey's Old Reliable Eye Water. m Among other interesting things to Irish industries at the World's Fair. in Parkersburg July 1. BAXTER CARN Manager. i in


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taxing hs falling strengtn. bar, tot I PLEASURE'SEEKE-RS' I their Instrument and ran into th EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION.

LIFE OF POPE LEO j their own purposes, engaged him contrary building used as a roller coaster to the WHITES AND BLACKS

to his physician's advice to further laughkg gallery and the tent covering Thousands of Teachers Assemble af

exertion.! It has been hlnteJ the merrl. -round. All these buildings
FAST EBBING that those who might be eligible ear MEET SWIFT DEATH with the exception of the roller Boston. July 7.-When the first ol

dttfatea for the chair of St. Peter wool:] coaster building and a portion of the the sessions to be held in this! city thl*

1- fu not have many regrets should :M tiny merry.go-round were swept away. A week by the National Educational as-
t Shadow of tho Reign of Terror In Town ol
wt But be left without delay a4Uwt coreat Loss of Life ReportedIn great number of the persona who were
... open more sociation opened today more than IS.*

Vatican. ,;'regardless of the pontiffs feebleness seeking shelter In the buildings from Evansville. OOfi, eachers had registered for the for
the' storm is known. IWtnessM
they worked upon his harmless, not ty-soond convention of the assoctbtioa

aIo"T OF HIS PHYSICIAN natural pride in the vigor of his coo SPOUT THE CAUSE of the disaster claim that at least 200 COUNTY JAIL WAS STORMED. The total number ultimatelywill
people were housed in the different
i ititutioa and his venerable age to encourage reach 25,000. The progrga for

ptrff ItllI! Exhibta Remarkable Vi him to preside at the 7*'o recent Dam Near Greensburg Breaks From places! of shelter, while the officialsof Shooting of an Officer by a Negro and the convention! provides for sessions

consistories, as well) aa to under. the Greensburg Street Railway company In sixteen
department besides general
tatty. ht It 'II B.lieved His PassIng take numerous receptions of pilgrimsand Overflowing Waters and Sweeps claim that moot of the persona Subsequent Attempt to Lynch Mur-- meetings every evening and business

!II a Cu tion of Hours. other visitors the Eternal in the building escaped.M. derer Resulted In Ras Riot-Negro
Away to City, Down Valley with Direful ResultsStory meetings on. Wednesday and Thursday.The .

.ht History of His Lfe. notwithstanding the precarious condition of Disaster. A. Coffee, general superintendent Dives Ransacked. convention will close on Fridayas
of the Traction estimates
of hia health since the operationof company far aa its sittings are concerned, but
The Uxt of the but that not more than ten persons were Dvaosville. July 7.-Race prejudice
7.- 1899
gyae. July which had grown much WO&tthe Greensburg, Pa., July 7. -A water an extensive program of tour and excursions
hUI blued by physician this morn last few months. Under the circumstances spout of immense proportions struckin swept away in the flood. He deied between blacks and whites brought on hive been arranged for sub
f:' that there were any drown a reign of terror here which
of the pauengerg Sunday
the pop such Insinuation ,
a energetically 4
tn5 o the vicinity of Oakford park at sequent date*.
i !. u follow: repudiated thou ed when the two cars were overturned has cot ended. All of last night and The
yaks by con o'clock SuiSay afternoon and createda geaeral gatherings will be held
; ..Although his h.lin *s paaaed tae cerned. flood that caused great loss of UN by the flood and declares that all all day yesterday armed men threatened in Mechanics' Hal The opening s-

the people were rescued after the cart the lives of citizens. Gun stores
without aWp, he U sot
almost don
at that
BJ0I and property. It te known that was of the national council

II uw y u l1e wa* yesterday. The' History of Pope LM. least twenty persona lost their lives had upset were broken open and weapons and which lg described as being the senate

: 09* U* been bAud by the t.jsetba to- Born at Carpineto Much i, laid. and rumors place the cumber of dead ammunition were seized by black and of the Teachers association of which

of digitalis aaa camphor, andW Entered college at Rome m 1M. at more than one hundred. SCENE OF DESOLATION. white Th county Jail U partly Wllilaso R. Hsi.., of Chicago U pres

*oadUlonof M* chest U aoroaLU Matriculated at Gregorian nnrrenlty wrecked and an angry mob of i.000 .* program Included as address

l.efe' :a alight! ooagh with too carktrbM Sa 1890. Breaking of the Darn* Estimated Lass of Like 160-Property vfctUt. broke in to' Hunt for a black on The Voluntary Btmeat olEducation.

'omta lon. ftufflcfcat sourish Entered th. College of NoMe. BocU At 3 o'clock rain began to fall in torrent LOll iroaooaJeanneite. victim the wU was forced with a ." Cornell university Ithaca.

greet bI "ma tak o. !%. pule .U Mastic in 183!. in the vicinity of the park and Pa, July T,-'Cfewo brokeon battei ng ram; negro Alve Wire raw X. T. "Savtngs of Elementary and!

lat mlt and tie domestic territory covering probably a scene of devastation and nil acted and shot to pieces In the warm
gull weak, but not nt Appoint*! prelate by grew spread over Secondary EdaoaUon" wu the subject

attr. U below normal Th con wy XVI in 1857. 10 mile. along the Brush Creek vafiey. nom for the black and 'an armed cearypaay of the feMr M by T&osnas ),I. Ballet

,r __ of -.. aoftiat pattenVUwrefow, ,, -; Refer' endiary to tae cowt ,.of9egn .A half" hoar later the cloudburst the cite' of the break tf the dam uQ4ford of drilled black marched Cxough Cti tup rlntB4 &4 of school. Springfield],

saaaet U described u better but 11 fen March 18, 1J37. .' occurred.:the'watere In the fekVnortl park to Wlhnttdlot, taking ia etreeta threateotag the UK, of Ml who followed Profeaaor DeG&rmo sad

irtiy! U a* w" Order of prelstbood conferred Dec of Oakford park began to rfa. and tae towns of Jeannette. Pa, Lalmer, whites, lira, :da 71gg Young professor of r Jucatlon. -

ft taUaratlot In tat pope's cot 8I. 1837. Manager Jam. McOrath. bettering Greensburg. Irwin. Burrell and Manor, Carts of the .k4. Ctecago university. A session

dimes this morning wa eo unnaturaljMi4t"'r Apostolic delegate at Be&ecta there was danger of a final break iatltt the awful power of the rushing waters The sea riot WU the Immadieta al the department of Indian education

the gravity of hit JUnoii tm1&U. great walls of the, ,dam buried following the breaking of the dam U outcome of the shnotmg of Patrolmen was also bM at which greetings

Governor of Bpoleto 16411845Papal among the crowds of pttaaor seekers apparent on all side. Massey Friday night by Lee Brew s were offered by the Rev. Dr.

nuncio at Brussels 184 iU. who-had gathered under th* roofs The damage to property will not bless negro. Brown sad Bnogur negro Edward Everett Hale Lieutenant GOT.ercor i
than $700,000. while the number
Made archbishop of Perugia In 1m of the eating stand, the daoctag pavillioa had engaged in a quarrel, and Brown Gall and Dr. A. E. Wlnahip. of
of live suddenly blotted still
Created cardinal Dec. 19, 1853. and other building ta line ol out U bad sworn to kill his antagonist He Boston aDd Mrs. Gertrude Ammo '

1 Made Cardinal Camariengo in July, the water, should the back break, uncertain the estimates running all ran toward his home to secure a re of Ix>well! Responses and t mum
from 60 to 150.
I 1&'IT. and warned them to nut to the hills. way volver and Patrolman Massey, bearing of the work of officials and co-worker
Almost with the first break
Elected pope Feb. 20, 1878. A half hour after the buildings had of daplight of the trouble lay In wait tot were made. a

Revived Roman Catholic hierarchyin been cleared of the people the waters a bureau was opened here when< Brown. As the negro came back W. A. Jones, commissioner of educa

Scotland. March 4, 1878. mounted the wall of the dam, and the names of the the identified dead recovered armed hunting his enemy Massey tion and John D. Benedict snperio- | |

Encyclical condemning communism within five minutes water 7 feet deep tered together and missing were regi of stepped from a doorway and laid his tendent of schools, Muskogee, LT.
and nihilism Dee. 28, 1878. was flowing over the entire length oi a description band on Brown's shoulder. Brown wore among the speakers.

Encyclical against heresy eoclallsm, 400 feet of the wall The rain continued the bodies recovered but not Identified. turned quickly, a revolver In his hand
It be days before the extent of
Nov 5. 1882.Recognized. in torrents, and at about 4 may and shot the policeman in the abdo LOUBET ARRIVES AT DOVER. ,
the disasters be
:; unity of Italy Oct. 7, o'clock 40 feet of the wall of the dam, con determined. m.n. The officer as he lay on the f

1883. to the east gave way. The flood Several persons are reported: aa misty sidewalk fired at Brown and' woundedhim Great! Naval Demonstration Given tnt '"
from their homes the
Ing along stream
Encyclical condemning liberalism rushed down .the ravine with a roar dangerously.
and anxious almost French Ruler.
fov. 6, 1885.CeJebra.ted. that was heard for 2 miles. A hallmi many parents Patrolman Massey afterward died
frantic with fear traversed the sleets Dover, Eng.. July .--'The French
golden Jubilee In 1K87. down at the junction of the from the effects of his wound-

Celebrated grand Jubilee in 1888.Encyclical Greensburg and Jeanette, the park cAr all night searching for their JOtehUodren. Brown was erreeetd and hurriedly cruiser Gulches having President I/)*

on socialism and labor barns are located. Up until an early hour till placed in the Bvan vill$ jail bet on board, wu sighted at 1%:to
morning children have been found but
o'clock this !
May 16. 1&91.Celebrated Car Washed Into Creek. Excitement baa been intense and e
a few are still missing who'may havebeen Immense crowds of
Episcopal Jubilee in February state the arrest of Brown the jail has people lined the

ronuoxmtUt 1893. The entrance gate to the park drowned. been guarded night and day. front which presented a gal appear

ft WM feared that possibly it was Issued were lifted and, with the force of a Stories of thrilling rescues are heard ance, the decorations being on a seal
appeal to England for reunion An outbreak was feared and
tsly tb* last flickering of the vital of Christendom April U, 1894. pile driver, the mammoth poets were on all aides and many acts of braveryare the negro was secretly removed from far in excess of any previously at

"!>>t. Celebrated burled by the waters against the ba reported, the heroes being pep tempted. As soon AS the Gaio&en
anniversary oi the jail and taken to Vlncennes, where
Daring this brighter Interval, the his first mass Feb. 13, 1898. sin. Beyond were located the small)) sons who risked their lives to save he now lies In the new pail at the was sighted the Sheerness floatllla ol

pope resumed his habits of command Declared 1900 waiting room and on the track wan others. One man whose name could torpedo boat destroyers steamed out
a year of universal point of death from his wounds. The
tad insisted on giving orders for the Jubilee May 11 1899. standing a car laden with people on not be learned was seen by several Is into the river a-nd escorted the French
Jill being guarded by armed depu
preparation of the brief appointing Held their way from Greec burg and Jean persons to make hard effort to rescue cruiser through a double line of British
consistory and created eleven ties who will remain on duty all
Meuignor Volponi. actually secretary new cardinals June 13, 1899. nette. The electric storm had tendered a woman, presumably his wife. The nightAn battleships and cruisers, extending

*f l letters to princes a* secretary to Celebrated ninetieth the power south of here useless man was in an apparently safe position 2% miles and forming the moat imposing
birthday aa enraged mob of whites last aughtmade
the Consistortal congregation' a post March 2. 1900. and the motorman was unable to move among some saplings. In his a determined attack the JailIn :; naval display ever seen off the

vacant owing to the promotion of Moninor the car. The flood struck the waiting struggles to get the woman he lost his on coast of Dover.
an effort to secure the with
Noce r., to 'the ",,ardinate. The SMALL SIZED PANIC. room containing probably 12 peopleA hold and both were swept away with the intention of lynching him.A negro. All the vessels were dressed from

tajtanct of such M appointment number of them stuggled to a pointof the torrent and probably lost stem to ?tern, and their crews manned
perfect reign of terror prevailedfor
Melally at the present is but in the exictement thai ship their
moment safety, and mingled cheers wit:.
September Options Fall 70 Point lit hours and the authorities were
BitifMt when it ia considered that al Cottan Market followed it is Impossible to say how I W. K. VANDERBILT, JR.. INJURED. practically powerless the roar of guns firing salutes and the

tk. pope's death the secretary of state New Orleans, July 7.-In a small many were lose. strains of the "Marseillaise-! from fin

twits to exercise his functions, which At least 800 person were at the Aceident to His Automobile While naval bands. Each ship gave the
sized panic in the cotton market this CITY IS NOW QUIET.It .
art uiamd immediately by the sees morning. September options fell 74 park peeking relief from the heat Touring Near Paris. president a salute of 21 gum, a* the

fttary' of the Conslstorial congregation. When the storm burst the greater num, New York. July 7.-W. K. Vandes Guichen passed, and the band of each
points from 11:79 to 11:09. The selV IS Hoped that Trouble Has Subsided
in ber sought the hillside, preferring the hilt Jr.. ie confined to his bed at the vessel in turn took up the "Msrseit-
tag September was terrific. New at Evansville
"God'i will be done. Who would have shelter of the forest trees to the pars Hotel Ritz as the result of a serious lase.:: "
York had an immense bunch of selling Evansville Ind.. July 7.-This city It
believed it when only ten days ago 1 buildings because they did not care tc automobile accident which occurredon The Gulden anchored off Dovef
I orders in local brokers' hands and ti>4first quIet this morning and there are nfl
wu presiding over a public consisteryr decline be below the level of the dam and but Friday while he was touring neat shortly after 1 o'clock and exchanges'
scared weak longs Intelunloadlng signs of the mob violence that agltati
murmured feebly Leo the Paris, says a Herald dispatch from salutes with Dover
Pope as \ little above level of Brush creek. castle The admirals -
as quickly as possible.{ The the population all of last night.
ks flt bimself late last evening sink. When the dam broke a solid wall ol that city and captains of the British fleet
consequence was that prices went down Business ia moving in the even tenor
1=1 Into a sleep which lasted about water 20 feet high rushed down and It appears that something weal immediately repaired en board the
9 and 10 poaits at a time. The bull &f its way. A trip In the business
i tars hours until excruciating palm completely filled the narrow ravine wrong with his machine, and Mr. Van. French cruiser and paid official risiU
clique was also credited with unload section reveals the fact that much damage
brought him back to consciousness. He with its car tracks, ear barn and restaurant ierbilt got down to investigate the mat to President Loubet.
ing and it was current that was done to
gossip numerous stores especially
owed ter. While he was lying in the road
and complained of pains on In front of the car barn ,
local longs were unloading in Liven to the hardware houses manyof
both tide of the thorax Tenderly stood a car containing from 50 to 70! partly under the machine, there wu a FEAR UPRISING OF SLACKS.
pool which were entered and robbed ol
Dr. Upponl, assisted by Ap Leo'j passengers, many of them seeking tc sudden flash and an explosion.The .
There in and ammunition. Thousands olskoU
was nothing doing August guns
nl.t Pio Centra u4 the physician1 return to Jeannette others using il chauffeur assisted Mr. Vanderbilt Father of Lynched Mulatto Heads N..
Late in the fired the
bad during but
morning September recovered were night,
Mcond, De Castro, lifted the frail form as a temporary shelter. from his position and it was seen gro Mob In South Carolina.
somewhat and was 48 points that so far aa teamed no one was killed

h Ml changing the position succeeded below the closing of Friday and 53 Many. Persons Electrocuted. Another he was vehicle badly scorched. although numbers of people are said Columbia S. C.. July 7.-Agalni11&.
Citing the patient relief. was secured and of the
some protest people of the
points below the highest level of thil to have been wounded. Several negroes Norway
Though hovering On the brink ol With the immense body of water Mr. Vanderbilt was Brought immediately troops sent from Columbia by the governor
morning at 11:27 October 17 points were caught by mobs and almost
death the life of the pontiff Is still behind it the crest of the flood bore to Paris. were withdrawn on a tveclal
below the closing of Friday at 9:98 and beaten to death before the police could
protocjM by means of strong stlmi down with irresistible force. It swept At the hotel the greatest secrecy I U train.
Ufa December: was 16 points below at 9:76. down the ravine. It carried being maintained. Other guests at save them.
and narrow The
concentrated nourishment, The chief demonstration in the eight wu then quiet and the asiEtant >
M4 while he is stll alive his wonder- Many Teachers H-eardRev. Dr. MaIL, with it ia iU embrace the loaded cat the hotel who are aware of the accident : adjutant, general did not b*
was a charge the county pail between
ml viUHty may agam resist and con Athens Ga.. July -Several hundred and the crowded restaurant. The have been enjoined" to let the. 10 and 1 o'clock. Several thousand here danger was immeneot

taut the attack of his Illness. school teachers frtna all sections flood was filled with men. women and aews get no further. men crowded the streets before Norway people, however say thai

Late last evening after the excite of Georgia here in attendance upon children struggling for their lives. The Although the physicians have madeno the building and finally obtained entrance John Evans, the white man who Is the

!au of the ceremony of the last sac the session of the University of Georgia poles earring the heavily charged trol statement concerning Mr. Vander through the fortified father of Charles Evans, the young

raaent wu over the pope seemed less Summer School, heard the able ley wires were uprooted and strewn i bill's injuries it is generally under the yard where they began to gates batter to mulatto lynched lat Tuesday, la leading

rntlwi. partly soothed by the religious sermon delivered by Rev John D |f along the grounds. In a number ol stood that no permanent ill will result the windows of the jail. Efforts to the negroes.

service and partly by a dose of chloral Melt in the University chapel.f ties> Instances-how many it is not yet from the mishap. prevent this were futile, and the crowd Five men who are supposed to hue

*wea was given him day morale known-the victims of the flood
In considerable ASerap Near upeHka.Opelika. grasping held sway the police of the city beIng led the mob have received word thai
awxtlty.. for everything that might save TROUBLE AT they are marked for slaughter Tb
Ala.. July 7.A terrible occupied: with holding the sightseers
Tbs latertm h01l'.1 them from the fury of the seized .
during the chief
early are the business men In town and
in the settlement from the front
fight the negroes invadlsg part oi
el among Two Deaths From
ttls the trolley wires and met -death bj Recent Fight al
morning testifies to the convio the the community is nervous. Many farm.
Bodker's store occurred on building and ransacking the sheriff's
that Place Is the
two that the passing of Pope Leo il being electrocuted instead of being ResultSteelvllle ers have left their isolated homes

we" tfar. The court yard of St Thursday night The trouble originated drowned. Several bodies have already Mo.. July 7.-The street residence. and come to Norway.
circumstance After the mob was thoroughly satis-
trifling ,
&m&fO 1* filled with the carriages ol over some been recovered showing that death fight in Steelville Saturday which resulted The negroes have congregated at
fled that Lee Brown the
became murderer oi
U. and a dozen or more negroes in the death of ,
cardinal in was the result from this Starks
the cortile cause. Freedman's Hill
1m! a negro village 9
fora Patrolman Massey in the
involved in the melee. It looked was not
and the serious
&awn up the carriages of the cards Dr. Freshwater, of a rescuing party, wounding of Sheriff miles from Norway The people

Las] and of many notables. The set while as though a number of fatal Stated this morning that they had KS Taff and others, has been followed by building, they separated into squadsof wished the militia to disperse them
must result but the total damagehas or 50 and paraded the downtown
nnts sad messengers hurry across the cued fully 150 persons who had been the death of Herschel Starks, son of and arrest the ring leaders but the a*
been ascertained to be an unknown streets until daylight shooting promisecuously
Robert Starks who
court with bundles of huge wax tapers thrown into the streams by their was shot throughthe slstant adjutant general would not permit
in the m6uth with a and visiting the
struck negro quar
sad with negro was abodmen by one of the sheriff's
the robes of the eccleslasti1 houses being overturned. Almost together the move.
with the result that his upper ters. The negroes are terrorized.:;
dimltarle! who within rock with the wreck of Oak Ford posse in attempting to arrest the young The children
are waiting women and are concen
art lip was knocked off and all of his The local company of the state militia
Ptlae, The park the Fort Pitt dam about halla trated in their the
ante- Aamber of the man.At been ordered houses In center of
has will
Several out and be
front teeth knocked out. negroes -
a1&ce wu all mile north of this place the coroner's inquest over the
through the night gave way town and these are guarded by men
result of the dif reinforced by companies from
in Jail as a southern
of the second
thronged body victim: of the
with the princes of thetkardt carrying wide destruction along the trage with magazine rifles.

high noblemen and member I ftcult y valley of Bull creek which empties in dy it transpired in the evidence that Indiana. The negroes are still congregated

of the diplomatic I to Brush creek In the lower oi young Starks was the originator of the the
corps. Telegramsof | Tragedy In Kentucky. part Fred Ewart Will Be Hanged. at their camp, but feeling here 1.
!Inquiry have .. A. Jeannette. The Pitt dam served to difficulty. The young man who was
been received from Nashville Tenn., July special Key West Fla, July 7.-Fred Ew that they will not attack. There are

several of the monarchs of Europe. ; from Hopkinsville Ky., says Harrison supply the Fort Pitt Glass works at not over 20 years old, attacked the art has been, convicted of murder in about 60 armed whites in Norn-ay.
that sheriff and two deputies, as well as two j
Hambry was shot and killed by Jim point.
the first and will be
Drummer urownea in nun
Think Conditon Hopeless. Grant who came to town and surren To add to the alarm caused by the city marshals, and succeeded in wounding
hang. Ewart was tried for the Jacksonville Fla. July 7.-Frt/
Berlin, July 7.-All the Rome die j I dered.: Grant claims that Hambry disaster In Oakford park, it was reported three persons and he was himself murder of Frank Whitaker. He made ,
traveling salesman for Muster
Fetches published here represent the had slandered his daughter and that this morning that the big res shot. Herschel urged his younger Frey, a
full confession of the crime claim.
a Eros. Jewelers, at New York, wu
Pope's condition as hopeless. The he wont armed into the field where ervoirs of the Westmoreland Water brother before he died, to avenge his ,
he had invited Mr. Whitaker
ing that bio
I drowned In the surf at T Beaeh
''paners of this city are Issuing i! Hambry was working this morningand company at Radlbangh about a mile
to board the New Venice to
go on get Saturday afternoon. The body war
tUru from this town were likely Sheriff Taff is still in a critical condition
containing the latest telegrams charged him with the slander, to give
clams that while there
some ; Mr. found and brought out in 25 minutes,
u the subject of the also and that the in the from his wounds.
pontiff's health. which he admitted. Grant claims way vicinity him
Whftaker cursed and that while but, though two physician, who were
| that Hambry made an attempt tp assault had taken fright and fled to the up Georgia Editors at Home Again.
he Ewart
enraged, ( ) picked up an ax on hand at the time used every effort
Cardinal Rampolla't Report I him when he was shot. The lands. The reservoir at Radlbangh Atlanta, July 7.-After an absence and struck Whitaker with it He did at resuscitation, their efforts failed. A

"W wwhlngton.. July .-The following >' men were ne'Rhbors and prominent in covers about 13 acres and supplies of 31 days, the Georgia Press association not remember striking him more than telegram was sent to the parents ol

ram wu received today by the j I'| their comm1l.nfJ.- Greens burg, Jeannette. Ossen Manor returned last evening over the once but admitted that he might have the unfortunate man Ia New York.

PooHc delegation from Cardinal Bar Harbor Bars Automobiles. and other points further down the vat Western and Atlantic from Chattanooga done

** *!'*: "The was I I011 [ far Harbor. July 6. 'By a vote b gravenbut 1 Coal Fields Will Be
father is The Pennsylvania station culvert Is Opened.
still I 1the j town, the use of automobiles hasbeen Park, Portland. Ore., andmany Dallas, TeL July 7.-L. A. Moore,
*w... Night calm. Takes food strewed with debris l. under which it 13 Birmingham; Ala., July 6.-The own-
other of of the of Dallas was
I prohibited on most of the important place Interest in the secretary city
wkhout expected: the bodies of six unfortunate oring to open that property with a
reluctance. Mind
perfectiJ I'I highways! within the limits of Baj west. The trip was made on the special shot and almost instantly killed at 7
clear! ." of the flood will be found. Yesterday number of new mines of immenseoutput
This Is considered a serious Pullman coach "Warsaw" under o'clock Sunday evening by his eon,
s Harbor
j! afternoon most of the people were attracted The fact that the miners have .,
I matter by summer residents, as it the direction of Mr. H. H. Cabaniss, Ernest aged 2\ years. Moore, It ia

Vatican Displeased. \i 1 I restricts the use of machines to the to the park by the children's the president of the association and ordered and are maintaining a suspension alleged, had been drinking and bad
Rome. orchestra a juvenile musical organization of work does not interfere with x
July 7.-In Vatican circlet
I I of the village. The thoroughfares who is an owner of the Augusta Chron attacked his younger son. The other
were seems to be dissatisfaction be side which gave its opening concert. their plans In the least. Ore mines with
icle. all Ernest was remonstrating
I included in the prohTiticaembrace They report a good time eon,
cause of the The band was playing when the storm are being opened Remlap the
rumors in circulation tc and were well entertained throughout near on the father, who turned upon him. vbca
the effect : the main roads leading toil Many of the musicians Louisville Nashville
that those In authority In- came up. the trip. and railroad also the eon fired the fatal shot -
gteal .c P' from aver* ( the surroundinz country. who were glr-. tun-lea ..aTabbed "
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BEILEVIEW. I a few days ago and found two alli a- 8uud I R..II.'''' ,

I tor nests with over fifty eggs in them; ing

Hot weather is the order of the day also, on the same trip, his doe found a to Mr. A
but it does not interfere with the bunch of foxes. One was treed and in the Politics see., ,

whipping of which are still -
pears going killed. The

forward by Messrs. R. D. Ridge, I Mr. William Simmons, one of the of The President appearance' WHOLESALE !

J. Nelson, J. It. Bryant aDd G. R. staid old bachelors of Turner Farm, fish
of the
Griffin. was quietly married to Miss Anna time i.
attracted much :
Mrs. J. D. Pope and children left Waldo, of McMeekin, last week.

last week for North C rHlinl\; Dr. C. W. Lindner is still attending Rev. a President story of a of the I t DEALERS j jI !

Master J. Lyle and bliss Ella Lyle Miss Janett Priest, who has been sick President ,

left for a visit to relatives in South I j for several weeks with typhoid fever. New
of It will
Carolina lasi week. Rev. H. C.Martin is building a commodious !! figures.when President I A.Lk OCALA FLORIDA
I .
Miss Adelaide B. Webster left for dwelling. I was
ifornia he
Wed- I Mr. A. McQuaitr, who will won be i y

nesday. I eighty years old, wllllt'lQve' for his old me relief. The dedicatory STRAUSS ;

Mr. Hex Nichols left for Boston and home in Georgia, for a mouths visit in in the Uni v !
North Adams, Mass., last! Friday.Mr. a few days. His granddaughter, Miss -) which William

Strobel returned from Ocala Eflle McQuaig, will accompany him. nated to the 1 I I II

very much improved. health. He Mrs. T. G. Albritton and daughter, The known that 1 .' ROYAL

Lad been under the medical treat of Lilly, DeSoto county, are visiting nual mother or J \\fr I

ment of Dr. Van Hood. Mrs. J. W. Stevens! Mrs. Albrlttou'a benefactor of

Mr. Ansel Polly, a. former iBelle- sister. I / c
as fornia. l Fhe was

viewite, now of Crystal River, was Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McQuaig, of In- a the state af r P 1ESERVE.STRAU |

in town visiting friends this week. glis, spent the 4th with relatives here. holds donations to this 5 a rpm

Mrs. Ham Barrett returned Wed-
those For four years 4 FULL QUARTSS3.50 DELIVERED
nesday from a visit to her sister-in- ORANGE LAKE.
will self exclusively
law, Mrs. Pope, of Jacksonville, bring
We have had number of come. ing. She
ing Mho Pope's four children to visit quite a
refreshing showers in the week. The world-wide
their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. past
The truckers are now taking things were versity plans
Barrett.Mr. .
Converse, of Ocala, was in town easy as the shipping season is over. ultimately $
Dr. Walker and family are spending of contributions
over Sunday visiting Mr. R. D. Ridge.
the with their mother same 81,000,0000.President.
Mrs. Tom Mitchell and baby left ,
Mrs. M. A. Hickson. STRAUSS"76"
Monday for Oxford to visit her mother. -
Rev. M. A. fonts filled the the of the dedication
Mr. Tom Mitchell, who has been Baptist I
Sunday and delivered an interesting names of all the
pulpit -
In very poor health lately, left Tues
of Mr. and MM.
day 'Aithhis mother and Miss Kate sermon to a large congregation. very
Miss Mabel Daniel is home Four nia press and
on a
Mitchell of Summerfield, for their
vacation. She has been the were indignant
old home in Alabama.Mrs. spending

I. Nichols is quite ill. winter at Jasper.Mr. The one could : Maryland

and Mrs. R. B. Hickson, of the of the chief
Pelot has been all
Mr. Frank away
Jackson, Tenn., while ment versity should be _
are spending a
the week on a hunting trip.
I with their mother Mrs. M. A. Hick- old names of persons::' Ej Q
Mr. B. B. McCaa was iu town :last g
new paratively small

week. son.Mrs.. Jennie Robinson, of Fernan. At More than 8,000 I
A young man fro>u Dade City came 0f
dims, icon a visit to her sister, Mrs. on. A be present in the 'f
up to substitute for Mrs. McPhaul, ,1 Rye.
M. J. Rouse. at.d as thelexercises!
who is expected: to leave Tuesday on
I There is to *> ice and the Wheeler did not
e an cream I
her vacation. The young man was
taken ill and had to return home and mummy sale give by the young people !. made of Hearst Siearss&fo

Mrs. McP. is waiting Iflr her relief at the Lochbie House on Wednesday feared there I

evening next. Everybody demonstration 4 FULL QUARTSS6.00DELIVERED.;
with trunk packed.
e invited to come-there will be lots of of a audience and ::' '
Mr. and Mrs. Ah an Lucius returned -
fun. that is assured, would i\lS- IIIi! _.
from their wedding trip Sundayand

is now domiciled at'the bride's BLITCHTON DOINGS. tertain to President ..
from The latest! --
father, Dr. Alf Abshire.A which President .isuiou......i

large pirty;"from Candler! :came The people of Blitchton are going Z

over on a picnic Tuesday. JOSH. to celebrate Children's Day next Sun. all leave congratulations"I now White mentioned House for i READ. 1I

day, July 12th.:! Please bear in mind
but be
FORT McCOY appointed as
HAPPENINGS. that the editor and his staff, and

everybody else, are cordially invitedto havoc is attracting I The Florida TimesUnionREO :
The;"Glorious Fourth' has come I Is President
be present. The exercises will begin ii'r
and gone. Quite a number of our I rest, hisrewrad for -
promptly at 10:30 o'clock, a. m. #
people went to Ocala, and some of of Hearst? Is be to CED
Mrs. J. A. Hadsock, of York, is visiting SUBSCRIPTION RATES. S
them attended the barbecue at An least, as an evidence DAILY AND SUNDAY
her mother, Mr. N. Z. Freymuth, 9
One Month postage paid
thony. All report a good time. ering president is {
at this place. Three Month, portage paid ..... i.yMl *
Dr. G. B. Pirramore, of Eureka, was Ross's ing to mention :'tloDtha. postage paid 14*
The oat threshing machine, owned One Year, postage paid .... .
arrested and tried before :Justice D. till California ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION. $1 50 A YEAR, r.
by Nelson and Co., of Williston, is .
.. .. .
L. Grantham last Friday for selling esteemed? Semi Weekly Kdition Six: Month | .,.
expected in our midst soon. :No e berai-Ueekly Edition Oar tear l.o .
goods on Sunday. He was acquitted.R. But after all
Mr. J. E. Robinson, of Williston! !
W. Holliday was the prosecutor. are: communications and remittance shield be ddre* was in our "burg" Sunday. His two lain's THt i
Mr. D. F.E Immoos, of Turner Farm, daughters, Misses Katie and Maude once Why did I FLORID! TIKES-OHIO)!, JACKSONVILLE, FLOHiOL

who own", Buiztrd Island In Orange mention the
Robinson, returned home with him uce a
lake, was looking over his land there dedication cere
from a visit to their aunt, Mrs. Car-
ter. he President Did President soaSCRIB! i

Good Healthand Blitchton was booming in Ocala on poly names?

the 4th. If so, why -..
I The farmers of. this section are beginning
blood If
pure are toepanble. I velt have objected .
your blood is bad your health must suf I to harvest. their fodder crop. -- -

fer. Poor just blood allows the fire body under to lose the Mr. B. R. Butch was in Ocala Mon above the names and ........................
vitality as poor having : stration of
boiler allows the steam to run do.n. day and Tues.fay. He is a member of .... .
From poor blood to impure blood is but his have resulted? a .
and blood is the school board.
a step, impure mother to a made California is
large percentage of human ills. Dr.Harter's Mr. George Butch, sr., of Mazie, of \ Making Advertising 8
Iron Tonic is an antidote for over this I
both poor and impure blood, for it is was in Ocala Monday. 279 President
both a builder and purifier-a food BLITCHTOXIAN.
and a medicine. It is the best combi- ------ City. necessary to have :
nation of the kind known to medical GAITERVILLE. The for Piy \ \
science, and its success for nearly half alighting
a century has led to its endorsement by ally eminent :
thousands of medical men who have
been unable to find a substitute.Dr. Farmers have begun pulling fodder, write tion furnishing
and it is expected that this will be a a :

two weeks job, for the Gaitervillitesare antly ,

Harter'sIron hustlers and know how to farm. in a Cures Colds: One: drop of water does not make the ..... :

Mr. A. W. Brass left Monday for grape -- -;One grain of sand will not make A aMw .

Lee, Fla., to visit his wife who has -
One feather does not make a Wftli .
Tonic been in that section for a short time. )Ir.

I Miss Abbie Stokes returned Friday One leap will not make a fro :

will Insure yon ar&tnst the many evils resulting I from a pleasant visit among friendsin worth, IT is ALL hill ii- .
from impure blood. Scrofula pimples blotches, Ozello. She was accompanied by crop, -
kidney disorders, rheumatism lout,dyspepsia .
female weakness, anemia chlorosis, etc.. are ayes Mr. William Debusk, who will spenda home
of them; but the greatest evil the greatest .
danger,is! the renew weakening or the whole short time in Gaiterville the guestof went .
system which aSorda an opening for every ---- .
pang disease. Mr. R. D. Stokes.
The following Is only on*of the thousands of .
testimonials we have received: Mr. Marion Sparkman and family, ship .

Detroit Mich..Jan. 10. 1901. of Maple, came up Thursday to visit For '"
I commenced using Dr. Harter's Iron ionic .
when prostrate from a severe attack of rheumatism 1m brother and take in the picnic. And
it is with
After usia, three bottles all traces of so most thlogf fet Mfe on| .
.this disease were completely eradicated from n.y Lecanto was well represented at the 3
system,and my general health was restored.As a especially is it true that one aJrarihH lei .
ft blood purifier Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic picnic. Several of the young people e1 i.00
bas no equal, and I most sincerely recommend
it to all, persons suffering from indigestion, remained over in Gaiterville until- News. : ROLLS FROM will not make you a successful nlmlitr :
fatigue rheumatism and the many weakened
conditions of the system produced by impover Sunday evening. The I OUR OVEN Lay out a line of
ished blood." ILtrcante F. Yeazell publicity and prt ft to .
Xo. 640 Second ATU Mr. L. F. Ri&her, of Crystal River, the .
JJ.OOO! curutu tint llOTl teituagait U(easia") is in Gaiterville the
guest of his 4th of BEST .
Every bottle of Dr.Har- mother
Mrs. B.F.
; ter's Iron Tonic has our Getty. It says rolls out. It is
ED' .'".. the"Crescent"label Don't trade-accept markoa a Mr. Chester Clark and Miss Ida wholesome. A ( THE OCALA BANNER : .

substitute-insist on Dr. Barter's.AfjJt Renfroe, of Maple, spent Saturday. meal in itself and
only ly v That '
as meat. < 1 Will pny'
THE DR. HARTER MEDICINE COMPANY and Sunday in Gaiterville. Orders for
4 DAYTON OHIO ing of
Owing.to the absence of Rev. B. satisfactorily!
Htken lw of Or.H_',Wild Cherry Bitten F. down .
axe llllicr t well be Dt. Hatter Mcdicuebroa
sin ITOTWEZ&X.ay. Rape, Rev. Setzer, of High Springs, enthu .... 0

filled his regular appointment here i I many 1 BENDS9 I ........................

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personal property negotiable as securi THE GLORIOUS FOURTH.

ft'! ILOOD HUMOURS I ties.A I 1 1

general road law was passed It Was Observed Generally Through

which provide for dividing a county out the State-A Great Many ys

pi8 Humours.Scalp Humours into road district, with three trustees Prominent Man Mk MALARIAN

and a tax levy not to exceed five Orations.

t Hair Humours mills, this U to be done upon an affirmative -
( JThe Fourth of July was more generally
of of such
f vote the taxpayers observed throughout the state
I! district, and the work on the roads to
than at any time since the close of the
c I Hither Simple Scrofulous or Im under the control of the county
civil war. We see in this a healthy 1ii4 ;

couiwk;iouers. and patriotic sign. Malaria is an invisible atmospheric poison. The air becomes infected

11 : Hereditary Au act was passed providing that Dunn llon had a genuine celebration I with the gases and microbes arising from the marshes and low lands, : :1 1

I Ij the money received from the hire of a la Ocala; Arthony an old fashj j damp cellars, sewer pipes, badly ventilated houses and decaying vegetable '

Cured by Cuticura 1! state convicts shall be divided among ioued barbecue; Citra a pleasant: pie I matter, and we unconsciously inhale them into the lungs, when
j Speedily p the several couutie on the basis of I Die and Lake Weir and Gaiterville they are taken up by the blood and circulated throughout the system.

Soap Ointment and Pills valuation, instead. in porportion: to enjoyable fish frys. Malaria gives no warning of its coming; no immediate effects are .1'

:, the number convicts from any such In no hamlet was the day forgotten. seen, and no violent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer is"t' '

county. This will give Orange Governor Jennings delivered the completely at the mercy of this hidden foe. This invisible enemy may '

1 When,All Other- Remedies and county about I OOO more than it now oration ac Eustis and Tavares; Hon. be following us night and day, but often the first intimation we have of

receives.An Robert \V. Davis and Senator J. P. its presence is a chilly, creepy sensation running over the body, '

Best Physicians Fail. act passed providing for the Taliaferro, at DeFuniak; Hon. C. 1'. sometimes followed by a slight fever, and an always tited, drowsy and

division of counties into cattle districts Parkhill and Gen. Robert Bullock depressed feeling. The blood soon becomes deeply poisoned, thinned
CO PlETETRaTMENTI.OO. and weakened the millions of microbes and and
and regulating the shipping of Arcadia; Hon. James E. Broome, by teeming germs, an
slow circulation is the result. This condition of the
cattle and hogs. Hon. Henry W. Long ani Mr. Allan irregular,
la the treatment of torturing disfiguring blood rise to innumerable and serious troubles liver '
gives : torpid -
A bill passed! the house repealing White Rev. ,
] crusted Rodgers, Springs; Henry
Itching scaly,
pimply, '
blot.cbyand icrofuloui humcuri of the the law making insanity a ground for VV. Little Ocala; Mr. C. L. Bittinger, enlargement of the spleen, loss of appetite and feeble digestion, a =

akin scalp and blood,with loss of hair, divorce, but it was defeated in the I Williatuu, ani indeed some favorite pallid or yellow skin, boils, carbuncles, abscesses, indolent ulcers, ,i' -
Cutkur Soap,Ointment and Pills have and pustular and (
been wonderfully successful Even senate. Also "'u act passed prohibit orator spoke at many of the prominent LoUlSVIt.I.Jt, Kv., March 26th, 1902.: -y d
the most obstinate of constitutional hu- ing the cutting! of -corner" trees places in the state. several years I suffered with Chills and Fever s a bb'For eruptions
inch as bad blood, scrofula, inherited of various '
DOtin -'
caused by Malaria and each summer for
and contagious humours, with Several amendments to the Constitution Mr. Rodgers says that Mr. Broome's my system
several years I would relapse. Finally my physician pre kinds are common symptoms of malaria.
lost of hair,glandular swellings ulcerous were passed to be voted upon by speech was the finest he ever heard ,
patches in the throat and mouth, scribed S. S. S. In all, I took three bottles, and they Frequently the health becomes so impaired
sore eye, copper-colored blotches, as the people nt the next regular election: delivered anywhere on a similar occasion entirely cured me, and I have never been troubled since and such lifeless condition that the,
well. bolls, carbuncles, scurry sties, these the following: and Mr. other medicine could have a ensues
among are Long's was exceedingly I am sure no given me so
ulcers and sores arising from an im loses interest in his surroundings and
or Impoverished condition of the Amending section 8, article:, so that appropriate. .omplete and immediate relief, and I cannot speak too person
Bleed,yield to the Cuticura Treatment, the greatest: levy for schools should be The 'l'imes.Union'd correspondentsays highly of S. S. S. My partner in business! is now taking faith in all human remedies. Malaria: ifs.
when all other remedies and methods S. S. for an eruption of the skin and general run down allowed to remain in the system, lays the foundation .
fill seven mills: instead of five mills. that (Jovernor Jennings' wall 80 condition of his system, and though he has taken but for other diseases that often
And greater still, if possible, is the Amending section 6, article 8, full of bristling: and patriotic facts one bottle, already commences to feel better. very prove.
fatal wreck the health.
wonderful record of cures of torturing, or permanently
disfiguring humours among infants and making the term of office of county that it did him full credit. 931 West Market St L SIIAPOFF.
Malaria I be worked of the
Children. The Buffering which Cuti- can only out
cur Soap and Ointment have alleviated assessor, collector and treasurer four It goes without saying that Florida'sorators !: system through the blood, and a remedy that can destroy the germs and microbes and
among the young, and the comfort years instead of two. did full justice to the day and
hare afforded worn-out and neutralize the bad effects of the poison offers the only hope of a cure, and the only medicine
I they parents,have led to their adoptionIn worried Amending section IS, article 5, boas the American eagle never soared to that can accomplish this is S. S. S., which not only purges the blood of all morbid, unhealthymatter
countless homes as priceless cura- to require that any county judge bublirner heights./
tins for the skin and blood. Infantile but keeps it pure and healthy. It searches out and destroys every trace of Malarial
and birth humours milk crust, call who is judge of a county court shallbe InlOula the crowds were surprise.: poison, and keeps the blood in such a vigorous condition that poisonous matters of no kindare

bead Itching,eczema scaly rashes pimply and skin every and form scalp of a lawyer. So far as: numbers are concerned it allowed to accumulate, but are promptly expelled from the system.

tumours, with loss of hair, of infancy Also: amending said article 5, so as W/iS. perhaps the biggest day in its During the spring is an opportune time to begin the fight against this invisible enemy,

and childhood and economically, are speedily cured, permanently when to do away with county criminal history. The crowds were extremely for the hot, sultry summer days will cause the germs to multiply and still further impoverish .

all other remedies cuitable for children courts and instead establish county orderly and very few arrests were the blood and weaken the constitution, and now more than ever the Malaria sufferer "-

and even the best! physicians, faiL "courts of records" with the cane made. needs a good. blood purifier and bracing tonic.A .

criminal jurisdiction and with a The races, pie eating contest and course of S. S. S. at this particular season will -

civil jurisdiction up to S1000, with appeal other contests seemed to have been relieve you of Malaria and its attendant evils, reinforce
to the circuit court. splendidly enjoyed and good cheer and build up the system, purify and strengthen the slug-

Amending sections 20 and 24 of everywhere prevailed.Mr. gish blood and quicken the circulation, when the appetite

article 3, so that the legislature shall Henry W. Little made a splen- and digestion improve and all the vital powers rapidly

WHAT OUR LEGISLATURE DID AT not pass local laws relating to either did oration. He WS very fervid and recuperate under the invigorating tonic influence of this

municipal officers or municipal gov- patriotic and was applauded to the great vegetable remedy. Its freedom from all minerals makes it the ideal remedy in all i

ITS LAST SESSION. ernments. echo. It was unfortunate aud greatly Malarial troubles and perfectly adapted to the most delicate constitutions. +

r.IUUUflNC. Amending section 10, article 9, so as regretted that he was interrupted in If you have any symptoms of Malarial poison, write us about it, and our Ph'siciansrill

t to permit the legislature to exempt the midst: of his speech by a down take up your case and advise you without charge. Book on Blood and Skin Diseases, free. T

INFORMATION COMPlLED from taxation certain industries for a pour of rain. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA OA

BY MR. JEWELL OF ORANGE. term not exceeding fifteen years. The rain only continued during the i

Amending article 14, relating to the noon hour, cooled the atmosphere and
McDuffy's Loss.J. I f
state militia. made the afternoon exercises more
Mauti Mort Conservative than in the D. McDufly, Ocala' most pros II
Amending section 6, article 16, requiring enjoyable.In I Ii
Fist New Features In the Rev- perousaud prominent colored farmer
the supreme court to give the afternoon the whole popula I
nut Laws-Now Military and bad the mUportune to lose his
"opinions" instead of "decisions" tion of the city and the visiting i 1g
! Cam Laws Passed-Postal commissary, about two miles west of
Among the bills introduced by the strangers seemed headed for the race
Telegraph Admitted to town by fire Friday morning./ The
undersigned, which became laws are track. The races, three in number, Dyspeptics
State of Florida.Concluded. origin of the fire is unknown. The
the following; and the ball game were witnessed by ate made every day by their own cvelew-
) building was totally destroyed. The DelIo Con that caw of eowtipadoa btfort U I
An act giving counties the power large numbers and were exciting to a
fire had gained such headway beforeit become chronic. TkeAMON'SLlVER
The Itn.te parsed a bill giving the condemn material for use on rends.' degree. The ball game between Ht.

,i, Wallet claimants about $77,000 which An act to cancel all imperfect and Petersburg: and Ocala resulted in a was was saved.discovered that almost nothing '1) [ PILLS \ \\

the house cut down to $25,000, and as void tax certificates held by the btate. score of S to 2 in favor of the home J J NDTONIC'PELLETSthe

thus amended was concurred in by 4 of the If Adam had Been a Tobacco Chewer.
An act to amend team. Mr. Titus, of the Seaboard I only remedies which anin Nature aDd do aol p& to bar I
the senate. But it is doubtful if this revenue act of 1895, by which all shops, umpired the game and pleasedthe "Ii-tu'i si} ," slid Uncle Mir.im [way. Powerful purgttivei gripe paiD and mk oonflnMi I {

settlement will be accepted.The educational institutions in the state spectators immensely. He was as Spi>rk >, that I entirely approve of the i drug-taken. Ramon's Rem dieI act gently sod ben tUlyitem J i

appropriations for state schools are exempt from taxation.An good as a player. tobacco habit, but did you ever think independent of drugs For ale by all deklw l
Your druggist will fun ab a fl'etIl&lllpI tf n wiU.I
was heavy, Gainesville receiving WS3,- act providing for the manner of The game between the colored ninesof what a ditfrrence it might have madein l

(OOj; Tallabasse $$77,199; De Funiak restoring to a state of judicial sanityone Ocala and Leesburg attracted a the history of the world if Adam Brown AUg. Co.

150,875; Lake City $).,307; Bartow who after being adjudged insane large crowd and resulted largely in had had a chew of tobacco in his New York

S,125; Kt Petersburg $30,000; St. is pronounced cured. favor of Ocala. mouth when Eve tempted him with and Greeneville.
", the f rl>i<1 Augustine $84,200; Colored formal at An act providing for temporary va- During the day Mr. C. M. Brown, Tenn.

TalUbaaae $ .OOO. cancies in public schools and for the jr., of the Racket Store, sent up several Two Bottles Cured Him.I .

An act fixing salaries of state officers pay of teachers or their substitues. balloons each containing one was troubled with kidney complaintfor

, jives the governor $5,000. An act notaries public to dollar in checks which about two years," writes A.
An act to require was an attractive Davis, or Mt. Sterling: Ia.,"but H.I I I
, passed taking warehouse receipt for affix to their official signatures! the feature of the day. bottles Foley's Kidney Cure I

j date when their commsssion expire The bars! fruit stands, ice cream permanedt cure." m I I l PO.ST OFFICE imtG STOKE, OCALt, I'Li.
! Women as Well as Men A Prophet Not Without Honor Save soda water and confectionary stores, Sound kidneys are safeguards of --- .'
in His own Country hucksters, livery stables, etc., did an life. Make the kidneys healthy with j

I Are Made Miserable by The Florida Times-Union, with immense business.A Foley's Kidney Cure. m McMillan Bros

Kidney Trouble. Florida thousand dollars
which are consolidated the good many were Vroteestottal.

Farmer and Fruit Grower; printed in turned loose.Some .....
of the prize winners in the 1I I
Kidney trouble the mind discourages -
preys upon I
has installed a new
I and lessens ambition; beauty vigor Jacksonville, races were Olebia Landers, Adolph T E.BIGGS. : Southern Copper Works
; '- I ,and cheerfulness soon perfecting Ooss press and an entirelynew Dame, Tom Barnes, Mr. J. A. Pitt- ATTORNEYATLAW.Office I
I -
6 ) disappear when the kidneys -
r are out of order dress throughout. This is one man. ( in Gary-Ague Block.)
\ The day and its incidents in Ocala OCALA, FLORIDA. Manufacturers
or diseased. of our most valuable eastern exchanges of Turpentine Stills

., I ,-,'." Kidney trouble has and we rejoice at these evident will long be'remembered.Treat U D. Ft"LLER.--:
become so prevalent -
! 0; 1 that it is not uncommon signs of prosperity. The peopleof your Kidney for Rheumatism. DENTIST. and General Metal Workers.Old .
C for a child to be born Over Munroe &Chainbhss Rank. Ocala. Fla. I
'N I \, \ afflicted with weak kid- Florida have a powerful pleaderfor When your are suflering from rhuenia-
-1 If the child urinates of Florida in the be M. THOMPaOX.PHYSICUN: -74
) J l neys. the advancement tism the kidneys must attended to J _
.. ,- -' too often, if the
and it should enjoy a that will eliminate AKD SURGEON"
trine sca s the flesh or if. when the child Times-Union at once so they the
reaches an age when it should be able to wide circulation.-Redlands Califor- uric acid from the blood. Foley's Kidney Office over Tea-pot OCALA.Grocery FLA.,Opp.Montezuma. Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patenting
control the
passage it is yet afflicted with! I
fcea-wetilng.. depend upon it. the cause of nia Citrograph.In Cure is the most effective remedy J J,;. CHASE. through the country a specialty. Orders by mail 1 'w

the Sep difficulty should be is kidney towards trouble the treatment and the first of 18S7 when Hon. William H. ,! for this purpose. R. T. Hopkins, of DENTIST_ wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

thee important organs. This unpleasant Seward paid $T, OO,000 to Russia for Polar wis., says "After unsuccessfully OCALA, FLA IJ I following worksIFAYETTEVILLE -
trouble Is due to a diseased condition cf the J
three for rheumatism
Wdneys of Alaska people laughed doctoring ;years I.. SISTRCJ K, I
and bladder and not to a habit as the territory CARLOS I II I
most people suppose. with scorn and derision at the great with the best doctors, I tried Foley's ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. i i N. c. SAVANNAH GA.
Women as well as men are made miserable :
> with kidney and bladder trouble, theoretical and visonary statesman. Kidney Cure and it cured me. I can- Room t. Masonic_ Building, Ocala Fla. 5 jS I I I JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBILE, ALA...)

and both need the same great remedy. Statistics go to show that already our not speak too highly of this great pDWIJ SPES':EL
The mild and the
immediate effect of
t "
Swamp.Root is soon realized. It is sold trade with Alaska amounts to over medicine. Post Office Drug Store.mMr. ATTORNEF-AT-LAW, -

The gold OCALA 7-8-,. 'FLORIDA.
centnand OOOoooa year.
onendollar $: ,
i caw George Taylor, of Archer! who WHITEIS CREAM
sizes. You may have a .'. 'ii. ::':. one year will repay the sum Mr. WORMS I
it. was in Ocala about ten years ago, atNomorenuutebetter VERMIFUCE3onblQtitJ.
sample bottle by mail Seward paid for the territory. This Study adoeatlun ; t .
free, also pamphlet tell- BOOM of Swamp.RooC. when Charles A. Dunn owned his fine sad J-tlaQu lJ.
fog all about it. of the clearly shows that we would be much Improve your condition In life. With the Tablet; Home
including many racer is visiting in Ocala and Study Laeuu ypu need not leave home employment toleva For 20 Years Has Led aU Worm Remedies. (tV60La \!
thousands says .
of testimonial letters received better off if we left these great questiona Buufe-kn-pUllr. Arithmetic, Aba-bra, ........otTY.Trll'mt .
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer our race track is the finest he has ever >tTY. Grammar. Rhetoric Literature History.FhToc aT; ALL aRVpre3I8T6.
instead of the for
& Co., Binghamton. N. Y., be sure and to statesmen poll eiaiBlnaooos.* pgyebolOrV.EurU Latin.........eta nf aUMY.i Teach: nniilan prepared tJw.A.11lTQli Prepared by-'r+. JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis.
mention this paner. ticians. World. seen and he has seen! a treat: many. I. I. HIMES. Palattft. Florida. ,w

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I" g g gpgggg l Bim t BUimDutBD
To Cure a Cold in One Day Twotbyi.

OF COTTON JUNE 25U. Czar St Alone Petersburg Will Can Be, Decide JulI.Freddelt Received.Whether It i ESCAPE, im tiRE Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets a P1I on every ;

Roosevelt's decision to forwara to the Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months. This Signature, W. :,rcd "ox.25c.'i _
S. Department of Agricul Russian government the petition in Twenty Rescued From Burn- ;j
bEhalf of the Russian Jews is not published
ture Makes Report. here. ing Building __ lf
The foreign office !has --- ---
made the following: statement
: '
"The czar alone can decide whetherthe

petition can be received. Alexander -
Statement Shows Condition by Statesen III would never have received Incendiary Fire In New York Endangers h e Old Standard i

June 25 In Each of the Last suoh- a petition. The petition from Many Lives-Several Persons

" Three Years With the Ten Year the Guild hall meeting called by the Badly Burned and Taken to the Hcs- rove's Tasteless Chill Tonic ,
Averages. lord mayor of London in 1891 was returned -
+ through the foreign office as pita-Money Lois Small.

Washington, July 4.-.The monthly being inconvenient. The foreign office New York, July Twenty-one persons t has stood the test 25 annual sales
report of the chief of bureau of statistics hopes the Americans will not in- were rescued by firemen nom a s years. Average

will of how the department the average of condition agriculture vita sent such an anti-lynching a slight.' They petition.would rThe Newark blazing four avenue story, Jersey flame building in over One and a Half Million bottles. Does this record i

City, at day
i of cotton on June 25 to have been 77.1 foreign office has no special interestin break. :
; of merit appeal to ? No Cure No Pay. 50c.
as compared with 74.1 on May 26, the question. The matter is purely The Naze was so hot that the fire- g you k

r 1903; S4.7 on June 25, 1902; 81.1 on ] domestic and belongs to another.miniterial ment could not work fast enough with *5 Enclosed with every totte is a Ten Cert Package of GROVE'S BLACK ROOT LIVE PILLS.

June 13. 1901. and a ten,year averageof department. their ladders and several of the rescued ..1a" ', ..! :rf.: 'IMW=-
r 85.4. In an article which In official circles i
were tossed safely into the life
The following table snows the con Is declared! to be inspired the N nets. Two of the --
victims are in the .
t. dukm by states on June 25 in each voe Vreraye'combats the claim of the aospital suffering from burns and the Chance to Grow Money. I 1,i ';=' =-= ==- =

r. of we last three years, and that on United States government that Russia inhalation of fire. The fire, the police It is said that the steamer Trinidad :, 'I
V\y 28, 1903. with the should grant American Jews free access ,: :
ten-year aver
ages: to Russian territory.The caused say was only of a small incendiary; money origin.loss. It alone, carried 1,031 boxes of lilies ,,:1 Qlln( ) J 3 C ( LLEQE i

paper declares that if all American from Bermuda to the New York Eas- :',, d
1903 1903 1902 1.01
State June.lay.JuneJune.Av.. citizens were admitted' to Russia"it ARDSLEY, N. Y., EXCITED. ter market, each box containing from !' 1ST TEAR OFENJ
would not be long before thousands I j OCTOBER I UOJ. k. '

Texas .79 70 73 Be SGeorgia 5 Ot Jews who have left Russia for vari- I Another 50 to 60 buds. An ordinary lily sold I i!
: Sensation Closely Follows the .
I -
.. .. .75 73 91 72 B1JJabilna. pus reasons would flock to Russia in Hefferman Murder in that city at 25 cents, finer ones up ; i!I = :

} .76 73 84 SO 8 a tne guise of American citizens Just 1 Mystsry. '
Ardaley-on-the-Hudson, X. Y., July to five times that, and it i is estimated ,
Nfsslwppl .91 78 84 86 85 as they are doing in Roumania, Bulgaria I ill .Announcement :
. O. Cal'olina .74 'iG 95 70 9t 6 and Turkey. It this should be Following so closely the unraveled that at least 1,000,000 lilies were used j '[:
Hefferman murder; mystery, considerable ; The following departments art for entranceSollhs
t ArkaLsas .73 76 94 8-1 89 conceJ l to the United States we on Easter Sunday alone j open -
Louisiana .80 'it 9v;) 84 81 could 'not refuse to grant similar requests been caused The ;;i : College. EsZiai A.a3ezp: Rilfgt'1111u..
here azaleas oM '
by the attempted suicide of a well ordinary for Jo. A I J'
N. t.arollna: .75 'it 93 77 8 7 of other countries and would dressed ,I!, Bonus! Easiness ShoI I, S:::1 lss tai ft! ;S." 1IT1u.
rtranger who I
jumped off the small cluster of viol-t sold for ,
Tennessee .80 S3 98 85 88 I soon undergo a perfect invasion of private dock in front of the Ards- sweet i; *, Sollins Shccl cf Fine Arts, n: :s s.h::1ci''t".Aldtxisirus l _
4;: Ind. TerritorY" 7G 89 88 91; 'j foreign! Jews. 75 cents, while the price of a ro>e was i .
ley club
II into i
the Hudson river, and ( --- --" _.
Oklahoma .61 72 90 91 B&!! I The locos Vremya also refers to .'
who .
the Now '
was rescued in beyond ordinary |
an unconscious purse.
Florida .84 81 9G 'is S1lrginla g! i II the United States restricting immi- condition I ': The trustees announce as president of the colUfe to read .*.. 6.Mpl* "'t. :.
.'iG 72 9.:! 'is 89 I i I!, gration. and concludes: by employes of the club. why don't Florida supply the north I i II D.D.,resigned. Rev William Freemont B1ack.: ... PIt U.. *..).*eI "Th" HUku,I. I

"fissouri. .'i.s 83 9G 90 Sg! I "While Russia in no way assumes The stranger was seen walking in with flowers The field Is most in-I !fi: Hawaii" and Professor of Sociology in Yale I'ntoratty tnm.W t. r.... .*! a. s '
front of the club's station near the : of twenty professors and instructors. All .
:1 iaqiri *M JF ht aMMMi fc>tkr in<.I Im- 1
the right of criticising the internal 1'
Unite T3tates.7f7l!: 74.1 84.7 81.185.4POLITICS : I spot where John Heffermaa, the coach viting to flower grower, and there is .
-- -- i i measures of the United States, she, on man, I ------ .-::--. ,; _..=-
the other hand, will not tolerate the was murdered on May 29. The no crop that will return a bettt-r profit, I'' "
CAUSED MURDER. man teemed; excited and suddenly '
I least; interference in her" affairs on the rushed across the railroad! tracks to it seems if handled in a judiciousand II W. ?. BLrfCKfMN.. FRES. WINTER MKE PUt I
part of the Americans. .
the club's dock.A business like
Slayer of Texas State Comptroller Accused manner. l lI
Victim of Trafficking. INFLUENCED RICH MAN. rope was thrown to the man by Of course, even flowers require care ) -
Dallas: Tex., July o.-The loge: club employes but he made no effort

handed to States Comptroller Love, Woman Sued for Wheedling Him Out i to seize It. Then one of them cultivation and intelligent management !

et Austin by E. W. Hill, the dismissed I I II of Fortune. jumped in and held the man's head but less, perhaps, than some r

department clerk, before he killed I I |I, Chicago, July 6.-Jonathan Clark, above water until his companion could other things to which some Florida I f
Love, was made public It 1 I I throw :a rope to him. He was dragged
; Boc energy.Mariannaffouner.
shows to the dock, unconscious; and later I For June
politics was at the bottom oi i! '''left an estate of 2500000. In the removed Application ..
the 1 ; to the Dobbs Ferry hospital. { .
tlaying. The letter follows: circ-iit l

Austin, Tex. June, 1903.-Colonel I : daughters court united Tuesday In a petition his sons to have and No been trace of the man's identity has Bronchitis For Twenty Years. I On Bearing Trees Use r
IL JI. LoVe, Comptroller Dear Sir ( discovered. At the club mystery .
:! : Caroline
Patterson Mrs. Minerva
removed as trus- Hmith.Da nville, 111.,
''Public office is a public! trust. Public: tee and to compel her to give an ac- The was shooting[ of around Hefferman the affair. writes: "I hall bronchitis for twenty ,'
offices are created the servicescl gaverise FRUIT
ror :
couaJirg for J400.000hich they as to years and never got relief until I usedFoley's
many peculiar stories of
the people and not the aggrandize- sert the obtained 'I AND MANURE
by wrongful influu which Involved well known persons. Honey and Tar which has i !
went cf a few individuals. The practice ence over their father. VINE:
of bartering department clerk- Xone of them ever was confirmed sure cured:::me." Post Oflice They charge that in 1880 their father however, and efforts to solve the Store. I i
chips for private gain is a di:trace tc met Caroline Patterson a poorschrol were practically abandoned some time m II A High Grade, Natural Guano Formula Kmm.vjji.; n < n. \ i.
the nubile Mrvlce. and in this nefari teacher. He became infatuated ago. I I

fear traffic you are a recoN-breakep. with. her. She moved within a Forms of Sulphuric Acid. '

You have robbed the state's em block! ef the home of his wife and i -. ,
ployes, and your incompetent admin. family. She became his GIRL WITH NO BRAIN WANTED.One ,
confidential Send for .
istration bas permitted others to rob advtser. In 1891 a son was born and 4 FU1l our new books-
the s..ato. The man who, claiming Miss Patterson with Brain Has Hurt It by Stand- "
realty valuedat Ideal
to be u Christian, deprives others of |2 W Ati from Clark.It Ing on Her Head. Fertilizers" and "Florida Oranges"

mp1o>meat la a bypocrlt and a tyrant ia alleged that Caroline Patterson New York, July Katharine Don _: i1 2a .

If the host of Democratic spoils ohua. a pretty chorus girl, who stands :,:
appropriated fnyn 1S91 to .1\
men-JGl1t1ctllns of this state of the MeGougney his 1S92! on her head to make the oblique ]tats' 6Qts. Ii -
ectire WILSON
income, &
Robbins Sebastian Bound 000 or $ 0,000 a }.ear.amounting About the to time$50- In the" letter "N" in "Punch, Judy & ,', TOOMEU FERTILIZER COM FMU.4CK.SO.VILLK i J

tree type had such a thing about them of M? death' r It is said Miss Patterson Co. al Paradise garden, was taken $4 : -
u a confidence in 111 after the performance on Tuesday FI.OICIIIi.
a healthy state oi
conceed or destroyed all of the books .'. if
activity they night fond the stage manager thought -
could not kok'a Republican of account and entry ; :
: in the face without blushing b ueu. C'lark'sust she was going crazy. She ran around G OCALA SEED STORE ACENTS.

'Th* greatest mind that ever gave in circles, cut up all sorts, of capers 12Qt I II

ita wiftdom to the world. the ,isJou) To Civilize Kentucky Feudist and' then fainted.Mr I .1: _I

almoev capable of umpiring the mutiny Ctndnnati July 6.-Prominent Ken. Hammersteln sent the young $9 9 !a ""c. ,

between right and wrong, said: lucky educators and college presidents woman to his physician, Dr. Carleton 1 I

?ou take my life when you do take have met here and formed the Simon, of No. 114 East Fifty-sixth '

J from me the means by which I live Inter<"'/'f'gia.t' Association of Ken stree*. Dr. Simon examined the girl 11DcPR 1 L < < <,> > ) .

U that be true you are a murderer tucny Those attending the meetingsaid thoroughly and then wrote a long let I

flf tar deepest crimson hue. AlthoughI that the recent scents of dison ter to Mr. Hammerstein in which he
s' PRPAillGHAS.IE. [ (
cannot help mystelf before laying: my der; and bloodshed in mountain dis said( bo must get a new girl to stand .

life's burden down, I shall strike a I met had hastened if not originated, on her head. He explained at much Fern Hill

Mow. feeble though it be. for the good j the movement to have the leading In l length that "the structures of Miss[ I Rye

of my deserving fellow-man. stituticns of the kind in the state in! Donohue's brain had been changed." ( BLUM & COMPANY, .'

For the right against the wrong, close touch that more earnest effort by **f inverted position and that i if t 517 and 519 \V. Bay Ft.r H. ROSENTHAL k SONS Dlstl1er

for the weak against the strong FondTlder scope of attainment mightmark t she continued to stand upside down fo Jacksonville, Fla. j

Yours truly, W. G. HilL" the educational work of Kent five minutes: each ntgfct she would CINCINNATI
\\toen Love went into office as :-'-- ]land in the insane retreat.

comptroller general in 1901 Hill who Mr. Hammerstein said that he wants I -- --- -

S bad been a clerk in! the departmentfor t WIRELESS STATIONS IN ALASKA. a girl with no brains. I ;'

14 years, was one of the employes

dismissed to make room for a political i United States Will Erect and EquipSame. Why They Were Removed. ,! RememberUJE ii rhis is the whiskey you hair l

sU lJorter. .
Washington, July 6.-Inquiry at the ,
Tacoma:: Wash., July -Without depending postoffice department elicited the information I I talking about when they say

Action to Set Aside Will. on contractors the Unite that three wnp'oyes of the '

Seattle Wash., July 4.-Edna Wal States corps will itself erect and equip pofitoffjce at Mobile were removed I
on "That "
goveriment wireless ; CAN sell the Good \Vhiske '
stations in Alas you .
lace Hopper arrived here last night'1 h a. June ?5. n. B. Cox and James T )

with her attorney, Judge R P. Coyneof Petrson"pre Barged with collecting smallest article
The first ; or a
New York. They are off their at Fort Davis station Nome will be constructed i money from other employes for poliii, I It has heM its place at the head or the

way to Victoria, B. C., where Miss! comprising one i cal purposes, for Improperly handlini ; carload of anything pertaining L-
Hopper's suit mast and quarters for three' teleg civil column of
against James Duns service examination papers and High Goods for
ttnir, ex-premier of British Columbia, raphers. The next post will! be a i for rise statements tefore) : I to Hardware, Iron :
I* to oe heard next Tuesday. She is Safety Harbor, 20 miles south o f lnsp::ctore. The third many years, on what? Its Merit
:dome! man removed I Sails i
where Pipe Powder
two masts and quarters Dynamite ;
bringing action to have the will of{ for four was George B. Crane, the specific (
men will be Installed. c i
her. atppfather. Alexander Dunsmuir, Another wireless post will be placed charge against him being! the giving Lime, Cement, Stoves. ;;i1':
et aside on the
grounds of undue in of false
testimony before the
at St. Michaels. inspec "
fluence and incompetency. He left be established Wireless station to tors. ': : STRAUSS & co. I
will !
fortune of $3,000,000 to his brother com- TWEXTY-FIVECAR; 5
James Dunsmuir, and died shortly afterwards f pnse masts and buildings at Fort Gibbons 1 -
of alcoholic demenita. The' and Bates Rapids, connecting Eql.oitableL1fe Abanaons Germany. LOADS IX OURWAREHOUSES Distributors.
a Und line from. St Michaels Benin: July 6.-The
will cut off Mrs. Dunsmuir. Miss\ Hop wit I Lift t I' .
per's mother, without a dollar. Fort Egbert and also with a line AEsu-ance society of New York officially Ocala
| through Copper River valley to Va, Informed the imperial government ._ Florida
-- -
Shock Deprived Him of Reaton. i
New York, July 4.-Shock from the connect the Alaskan system wit Its business from the Hanseatic cities

third rail of a Brooklyn elevated line Pu{et Sound. (Hamburg Bremen and Lubeck). This l II BIRD!I D HARDWARE! [ C Co. :,.

has deprived Conductor Satchel of I! means that the company withdraws I .

Ills reason. When he stepped on the i I' Bubonic Plague In Valparaiso. entirely from Germany, so far as tak I'I, Gainesville, Florida. I:,

rail be was thrown into the air. Half! ': New York, July 4.-'The governortJf ing new pblicies is concerned, beau I III

dozen fellow-workers rushed to the ; InqulquI declared Wednesday that of tae new v -'--Mice law.
during the last 24 hours -
rescue. Satchel scrambled to his i there had -

feet and attacked them. He was restrained I been eight new cases of buboni Trading Stamps Taxed McIVER and AlA OXA 1

with some difficulty and It i, tal 1I1&sue three of which have been fa Birmingham Ala., July 6.-The tit l JAS.M.GRAHAM, President. aE0 W.II\'II.:, ,.... ..... ,

trae found necessary to give him ether' j i says a Herald dispatch from Yale 1 council has imposed a tax of Jl.OOO

before he could be taken to the hose pariso. Owing, perhaps, to the mil!] annually on trading
stamps and
an additloaal The
pital. The surgeons could not find character of the disease the inhab 1 tax of $200 per annum on merchants WiiiaFUNERAL First National Bank
ants dout
A single burn or mark on Satchel .f existence.: The spread who might use them. The an m ?

body, although he received the full alarm.smallpox School In Antefagasta !is causing t!-poal selling ordinance, about whicB]I OF GAINESVILLE.
power from the rail. They think have requested to mach has been written and
he will recover his authority to close the schools to said,
reason in & few was not acted upon.Railroad a

a days prevent further contagion. The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County. P

Arrested, He Committed Suicide. Sells Land. DIRECTOR

Macon Maeon's, Ga. July Mortuary.-The Report.mortuary Blank Doylestown of Rlehboro, Pa., July 4.-Lewis N. Tal'ahassee, Tallahassee Fla, July and 6.The Georgia Carrabelle raft Capital . . . . . . . . ... . . .'to,. 00

report made here shows that Macon rested on Tuesday charged, Pa., who with was ar- trod has sold to the Consolidated NaTU Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . 9lflft ou
annual deaths are 14 in a 1,000 popula flowers (rom stealing Stores company, of Jacksonville, Bare afun. oct ofiCofflniCaketi, and Bl11'fl1a1t1 Does exclusively a banking business with facilities equal to any Unk .k to '
graves commItte of
every dewrtpUon. Special state. Solicta the Farmers
accounts of
to attention
tion. Prior entire (
to sanitary holdings of land MerchanU Cbrpwtttlrta
sewerage seen v. nicidi by shooting himself throughthe Lee d tobort lerrlOM.Embalmlne Etc. Interest allowed .
yean ago tT! -Mt ira SO in a head. Worry over his cooaty, cons:;."-* of 110,000 acres oi t by special arrangement All bufne.e
arrest Let, transacted _
1060. .. j laid lu4. to Order. 1017v promptly.
S.. w.% .. ---w ta have prompted the act. JJ. E. TAY Lon, ('..tH.,

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The soldiers warned, prominent citizens if
begged the mob to desist and dis. Mrs. Henry Butler Meets Tragic Death the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuitof f

: This is the average sum paid perse and the city officials back of the Near Elder. A Chain Florida, in and for Marion County. 6iizSo i

8. afternoon In Chancery. Treasury Department. Office of the 0..1...- ;
Athens Ga. July -Sunday -
Itae of soldiers consulted with the is than its
tjaily to policy-holders by The company captains. There were at the home of W. J. Elder, near weakest no link.stronger A fertilizer Mrs. A. C. CaldwelL and Mrs. S. A. C. Hunter, ler of tbe Currency.
many and Joseph H. Hunter, her husband and next
Elder Oconee county, Mrs. Henry Washington D. c.. Ja t* M*. E
personal encounters the -
Company deficient
Mutual! Life Insurance as rioters ia friend.Complainants..s. John O. Caldwell

pressed the line. A stone was thrown, Butler, who had been visiting there J. Edward Caldwell, Elizabeth; D. Gibson, \ynEREAS.' BY SATISFACTORY KM.

of New York. Multiply a soldier fell a bayonet was thrustIn for a few days met with a tragic POTASHf and A.J Gibson,Mrs.Mary Higgins and has been made to appear to that tbe a4t.% ... ft i f

the side of a cursing rioter and death. Francis. Higgins.W.D.Rutherford! "Tin Ctitral }\'aloMIJlIdd.f tb.s."

that bya year and the wonderof the order to fire was given.It Mrs. Butler had gone out to the George McWharter Mrs. Minnie B. located in the city of Ocala in tile MM* .f

was all In well to draw a busket of water and Caldwell and James Caldwell Marionandsateofi.londa hu _.... wflfk
over a minute.
amount disappears when The all the provisions ol the statutes of the Umtti
the George Caldwell.
mob scattered and disappeared. The was in the act of drawing up the Joe Caldwell. States required to complied with briffc M

bucket when the broke aud Mrs. is just as dangerous as a Defendants. association shall be authonied to comawMtlk: *
learn how and where the dead and wounded were taken to rope business of Banking.

:. you homes and hospitals and the line of Butler, was jerked forward into the chain with a cracked link. TT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTS Now, therefore. I. William B. RidtWy. CMf
i. in this cause, John 0 Caldwell. J. Edward trailer ot the do lit > Jhtl
accumulation of trust currency r.>jr trnHy ( S
largest soldiery was reformed. well.Her Caldwell. Elizabeth I). Gibson and A. J. Gibson: The Crntral National Bank" ol OcaU. bMM
The troops acted with ready head was jammed Into one of Mrs, Maggie Higgins aid Francis W. Higgins in the city of Orala. in tbe county of >UriMt m M
world is invested weapons W. D. l George Mrs.
in shoulders state of Flonda. isauthomedto conu *.Mp
funds the buckets far as her
as .
around Minnie B Caldwell and
.the Jail, while inside th James Caldwell George business of Bankiig: as provided ia nwtiM MB-
Banker's Will" negro prisoners prayed for and and her body shot downward through Caldwell.Joe Caldwell be and they are hereby one hundred and sixty nine of tbe Rtvtafil
in "A mercy I
shown required to appear to the bill of complaint in Statutes of the United state.
as protection.More. a space of 40 feet to the bottom of Our money w'nnhg books ho anD'edcd said cause on or before In testimony whereof mtneu my ..... Mt

This book is sent on request. the well in which there was several a lild and by a every plow man,and lio owns desires Monday, the Jrd day ). seal of office this ninth day of Jane I9'\
: Troops Ordered Out feet of water.A to get the moil out of them. It is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe [SEAL] \\ M It. KIUGLBY.
They are/r Send pwtal cird. published! once a week lor four consecutive 619 Comptroller of the Cvmtaqr.NOTICE .
At 2 oclock: this morning
( Th1ICSSPU"I' : under oi neighbor hearing the noise ran to .J weeks in the Ocala Banner.

Emf-I...1..11.f' ders Trom' Governor Durbin, the Yincennes the well. then gave the alarm and In :: : This the joth day ol June A. D., 1903.s a.

E FsJSAmou.I PaW Policy-hold.. company of militia arrived and a few minutes the body of Mrs. But E. Davis. T. SISTRCSK Compl'ts' Sol'r., Clerk Circuit Court.R. 73 : FOR PUBLICATION.

c / 'Il-I. A|.. relieved the Evansville troops. who lay ler was drawn up feet foremost. She

down on the courthouse yard and slepton was dead when her body was drawn I Department of the Interior. Lan4 0-. a

THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCI their arms. There was no demonstration out. NOTICE. Gainesville Fl _. June. .....

when the relief arriv I -_. VOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN THAT
COMPANY OF NEW YORCRICMAaD troops Mrs. Butler's body was carried to 7tHr
Notice of Application for Tax: Deed t'nder Sec following-named Miller has ntotf isM....
ed. There were still several hundred Winder, near which place she lived. his intention u; make finai proof IB .uspS ..
A. MCCVBDY, Pr.sId.si.Cscil persons on the streets, but no attackWag' and was interred. She leaves a hus. I LOOKING AHEADPersons tion 8 of Chapter 4Ss8, Laws of Flcnda. his claim and that Mid proof will be sSda ...
fore Clerk Circuit Court *i Ocala F1*., M
"'U<:ox.Manager or Flonda Jacksonville made and the incoming troops were band and a baby 10 months old. i NOTICE purchaser of Tax Certificate No. July ffi. /91'".

I.H.Llrin&10n. Agent Ocala. 'Ia.r not disturbed. Negroes are leaving the 1171 dated the 3rd day of April. A. D.. 1893 andCertificate viz ANN E. NOBLES of Early Bird ...... H4
city in large numbers, many vowing HE TOOK A BLOODY REVENGE. I In the Early Stages of Kidney I 1401 dated August 7. 1899 has filed 27416 for the north half of southwest qttafttr at
said certificates iu my office and has made application section 14 south. .....
I Diseases Should Waste no I township 15 range 19 i a
they will never return. Dozens of for tax deed to issue in accordance He names the following wttnr to

negro families are camped in the coun Discharged Employe Shot Leeds and Time In Making their I I with law. Said certificates embrace the following his(continuous residence upon Md ....pe.....
FAIAICLASIIOCCURS Kidneys RightIf I property situated in Manon of said land itxJ.. D \\ilium*. of 3iIv .....
try. Officials believe there will be Then Shot Himself. couuty Florida. t -wit: West half of northwest! Fla, Jesse S. Williams, of Barty tW. PIJ,.;

no further outbreak although there is Louisville, Ky., July 8.-Pulaski I quarter of ol southwest quarter and east halt of Leroy W imams.ot Early Bird, Fta., .......
northwest quarter of south*est quarter. section Parker,of Fla.
AT EVANSVILLE 1N01 great tension and the uttermost vigilance Leeds master mechanic of the Louis- you don't stop that pain in the back I I 23. township 15 range 21 Leroy *

will be maintained. ville and Nashville: railroad, was shot lome of these days you are extremely :, issuance. The said of land such being certificates assessed in at the the date name of the of 6.9- W. G. ROCUMttt......4 I

The New Albany and Terre Haute and dangerously wounded by G. B liable to have Bright1 Disease or some ,I party unknown and J. V. Burke. Unless said

Race Riot Ends In Death of companies of militia have been ordered \VornfT, a former employe of the road. other form of kidney trouble. Ton are .I tax certificates deed will shall issue be thereon redeemed on according the 311 to day law.of CITATION OF ADMINISTRATION.

under arms by0 the governor and are The shooting occurred in Mr. Ixjed's: Just as much In danger If you hare dry- July, A. D.1903Witness .
Many Persons.SIX ready to start for this city at a. moment's office; at the union station. II my official signature and seal this -
of the headaches restlessness .
ness the 23rd day of June. A. 1> 1903. In County Court Marum County. Flai4-..,
'notice. after Mr. Leis i
Worcer shooting unusual appetite and great thirst, or if :I. S. T. SISTRCNK. the County Jndgeof Mid eout,.
KILLED AND 25 INJURED. Governor Durbin is considering! the shot himself through the roof of the I : Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
I you notice a sediment or cloudiness the 1 I UTIIEREAS, E C. S4MMIS HAS AI'fUD
advisability of declaring! martial law. couth, inflicting a wound which: w.l: 11' to this court lor letters rf iili,............1 Ion
: Swards and Soldiers Assisted by Deputy Great excitement prevails this morn prove fatal.Worner urine or other urinary Irregularities.FOLEI'S NOTICE. the estate ol John Bunch Jehu rand .........
I KIDXST CCBB makes. kidneys Stephen Vanzant deceartd latr .f aa..
Sheriffs, Pour Deadly Volley Into ing. formerly lived at New De- County of Manon
catur. Ala.. He had recently been discharrel. right, and whenever there are any These are therefore to cite and a.BMMh aH
Excitement Prevails In Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section and singular the kindred and credttoraaf taM
Mob-Great indications that these in the
Evansville Shocked by Tragedies. and it is supposed he wag organs are
8. Chapter 4fSS, Laws 01 Florida. deceased, to be and appear before tbit 0.$.*a
the Indiana Town. Evansville, lad., July 8.-Tae tragedies -I wrought up over some alleged griev least way disturbed, It should be taken ; IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT or before

of last night wacreby half a ance. promptly and regularly until all symptoms NOTICE V. :Miller; purchaser 01 tax certificate Me iStlt durofJult, A. It. "-I f,
Eransrllle, Ind. July 8.-Six shot doz-I & numbers ISIS, dated April 5th. A.,D 1)192; and file objections if any they have to ta
en people were Killed and of kidney trouble have disappeared.This and dated A D. 1899 and
flead and 25 injured, four fatally, is 1824 IS3S August 7th granting Utters a* aforesaid otherwise .
half a dcxen more tatally wounded RICH GOLD STRIKE. certificates 1265.1275 and 1826. dated August 6th, same will be granted as prayed.
is compose.I of the best
tae outcome of the race riots that preparation A D. 1900 has filed said certificates in my orfict Witness my name as County Jaige and some 25 more or less badly wounded known remedies and has made application for tax deed to issue County aforesaid Urn
hive caused a reign of terror In this I employed by kidney 4th day ot
was a genuine thock: to the peopleof $20,000 to the Ton Yielded In North in accordance with law. Said certificates em- I ISEAL] K. BCLLoTfC
city during the past four days. At Carolina. specialists, and It cannot help but owe brace the following described property situatedin 6 u it County Jgc.NCTICt. .
this when awoke this
city they half
to-WIt West
10:80 o'clock last night the Evansville form of kidney trouble If taken Marion county. Florida.
morning and learned the facts in the Charlotte. N. C., July 8.-A special every o( northeast quarter section n, southwest quar- -
company of the Indiana national guard, from Salisbury N. C., this morning early. Thousands have testified to this ter of northeast quarter section 2. west half of .
case. section north half of south ,
southeast quarter !! 9.
UtlsteJ by two. special deputy sheriffs Most of the killed and wounded a/' says the Wnitnsy Reduction companyof I fact. In even the most hopeless cases! 11 east quarter and southeast quarter of southeast ___-i'
sworn in by the day to guard the quarter and southwest, of northeast quarter of
I that place has taken out six tons will always afford relief.
members of families and the territle section 4, southwest quarter of southeast quarter Notice of Application for Tax Deed nndwr See.
jail in which 16 negro prisoners are events of the night have left hundredsIn of ore at the Barringer gold mines in I Dr. Geo. Ewing, of Smith's Grove, Ky., of section 18, northwest quarter of section 4. all tiou 8 Chapter 4'1' 8. LaIn of Florida.MOTICE .

couftned, poured a deadly volley of pretty much of a dazed condition. Stanly county which yielded J20 writes: M..For, years I hare been grebtly ill The township said land 16 range being IS.assessed at the date of IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT P. B.

buckshot and bullets into a crowd of There is much criticism: of the militia to the ton. This is one of the greatest bothered with kidney and bladder trouble I the issuance ot such certificate in the names of ** Turner purchaser of Tax Certificate N*
literal thousand people led by a hun. Richard A. Corning C. W. McLean. T. W. 2207. dated thr 4th day of Apnl. A. D. ltt. hM
but the sold.ers: probably acted finds In the history of gold mining and enlarged prostate gland. I used Hood J. F. Chamullss, Vnknown and A. D.. Mc- filed said certificate in my office and baa m4e
dred rioters armed and desperate, in this country. application for tax deed to iw>ue IB aecoMkncc
which was pressing thmn back with within their ri'hts; as laid down by everything known to the profession without i Kee.Unless said certificates shall be redeemed with law. Said certificate embraces lac Mowing

law, and it seems that the sufferers or relief until I was induced to use according to law. tax deed will>sue thereon on described proper y situated in Uafteo
|jeers, threats and foul mouthlngs accompanied their friends and relatives will have WERE DISGUISED AS SOLDIERS. I II the nth day of August A. D. 1903. county Florida,tow it.
by stones and missiles, and I FOLEY'S KIDNEY OvaL After taking Witness my official signature and seal this South half ot north west quarter and teutfl
no redress. I the 2nd day of July A D. 1903.S half ol north half of northwest quarter xMpt
when the volley smoke lifted 31 wound. Callahan and Hayes Tried To See Jet three bottles I was entirely relieved and T. SISTRCNK. 3 acres square in northeast corner kectfea 7,

eJ and dead bodies lay on the pave and White. cured. I prescribe it now daily in my 7.10 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. townuhip r?. range 20.
Brown Taken to State Prison. The said land being: asfd at the date af
ments. Lexington. Ky., July 8.-Colonel practice and heartily recommend Itt use the issuance of such certificate ia lh. amc of
Vincennes, Ind., July 8.-Lee Brown, Dr. E. C Hood. br Unlc... said
There is contention as to who fired the negro who was In jail here for Roger Williams I of the Second Kentucky to all physicians for such troubles, for I NOTICE. shall be redeemed according ta law. cHt6tM tax dl

first, the soldiers or the rioters. safe-keeping after he killed Policeman regiment. said Monday: can honestly state I have prescribed It in will issue thereon oo the nth day of Jill).A. D.

Of (the.,.". tll.>:, four were members Massey at Evansville and precipitatedthe "1 cm Investigating charges against hundred of cases with perfect success.1 Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 1903Witness my official signature and teal tMs

J. the company. Their wounds were Sheriff: Callahan and Deputy SheriffDousNa 8, Chapter 43.18. Laws of Florida. the 16th day of June.A I). 1903.

slight Following are the dead and race riots there, was today takento Hayes, of Jackson, w-ho came -Post, Off! DrugStore Ocala. Fli. VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; THAT E. O. [SEAL Clerk]Circuit S. T. SlIiTKrNIt
the state prison at Jeffersonville by .' Cordrey, purchaser of tax certificate No 6-19 Court. Martoa County, Ha .
wounded: here Saturday In soldiers' uniforms!
Sheriff Summit by order of Governor 1526. dated the 1st July. A. D. 1901. has filed
List of Casualties. and tried, under the guise of soldiers said certificate; in my office and has made application -
Durbin where he could not be reached MURPHY for tax deed to issue in accordance NOTICE
The dead: by any mob. The negro was bare- to get an interview with Jett with law. Said certificate embraces the following -
and White at the jail described property situated in Marion county -
Edward Schiffman, painter, top of ly alive, and had to be given stimulants Flonda to-wit: Northeast quarter of northeast .
"I am advised that his act In impersonating In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judwial Or
head blown off with Springfield rifle and worked with for two hours by Dr. and IroWors.Iron quarter section 9, northwest quarter of
balls. a member of the state guardsis Machine northwest quarter ot section io, all in township cuit of Flonda. ia lad for Marion CMnty.NarcUsa .
Beckee before he could be taken to
Hazel a violation of the United Stated! I5, range 24. assessed at the date of Wright\'I., S. C Wright.
Hailman. 15 years old. daughter the train. Brown's removal has caused The said land being
of in breast law, as the state militia is now under the issuance nC such certificate in the name of TT IS ORDERED: THAT TilE bF NDANT.
Joseph Hailman shot great relief here where the worst I Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed 1 S C. Wright be and he M
rt'QllWe4 U
national control. If it Is, I expect toarrest lira* and Itronze Ca! > deed will issue hereby
with shotgun. was expected tonight according to law tax appear to the bill of complaint i. this c.. eMowlay ..
I him for action." Machine and Pattern thereon the nth day of August A. 1>. 1903.
Hayes and hold on
bullet ing: the A .
Angus t Jordan. 18 years musket WitnesS my official signature and seal this the jrd, iiuy / .luyiwl. A 4..

I wound In breast, through the JUDGE'S PEONAGE CHARGE. Shops! :MarincaiulIEail- 4th dayot July, A. I). 1003. It is further ordered that copy at tw.-...,
Killed by Negro Deputy. road S. T. SISTRUNK. be published once a wetk for eight sVrs
hetn. 1Cepair. 7-10 Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co. Ha. week in the Goals Banner.
Ed Rub, 23 years old. laborer shot Jurist Insists on Enforcement Jackson, Miss.. July 8.-Stephen Archie Ibis the isth day of May A. P. ....
1 Montgomery a deputy employed by Justice 610 to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville [SEAL!: ] S T. SISTKPNK
through the body and head and killed of All State Laws. negro Cletk.'iiniHrW

f Instantly. Montgomery, Ala., July 8.-Judge W. Wlldberger's court, in Ooahoma NOTICE. By II.C.tan&, lift
shot aril killed named
Fred Kappler, II years oil, shot in H. Thomas, of the city court, has, in county a negro Com plamant"*solicitor, 1.19
Wilson Bailey Friday morning while Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section
an able charge: to the grand Jury after
I the latter was\ resisting arrest. The 8, Chapter 4SSS Laws of Florida
Unknown man. middle aged shot in that body organized, touched upon ; THAT CAMP
constable demanded the surrender ol; NOTICE
J bark.I peonage with a heavy hand. In regard I J* 1-hosphate Co purchaser of tax certificate
I The Bailey and the latter took a quick No. 1147. dated the ist day of July A. I). 1901.
fatally wounded: to this he said in part:
shot at the officer, but missed his has filed said certificate in my office, and has Notice of Application beTas Dec us4s ...
f I John Barnes, shot through the right "In the connection I may say that I made application for tax deed: to issue in accordance .
tion Sof Chapter '", Laws of... .
I hing.i mark. Archie returned the fire am I with law. SaId certificate embraces the 4
I at this time the eye of the nation is following described property situated in Marion -
his At the _
i ditto Hawkins, shot In the abdo- upon us as it has not been for many brought down man. preliminary I county. Honda to wit; West half of southwest NOTICE Quick purchaser of Tea (

ttfu left finger shot completely off. The great body of our peopleare hearing he was exonerated. I q'isrter, section 21 township 15 range 19 date of No. 246g. dated the 3rd day of Oct I6 6. D.
Ii years. I assessed at the
said land
The being
uro r'ante i ry fmerI IS9 has filed said certificate IB mi ...
John 0.12. shot in the back. and should not bejuged who the of such certificate in the name of
, law-abiding Exciting and Spectacular Upturn In iMr.ici-Hr LtIt I issuance has made applicatiou for Us 4e 4 .. _
said certificate f
i Ernest Walters shot in the back. conduct of the vicious. party unknown Vnless accordance with law. SaW cestiI.i 1" ..
by the New York Market p \-* )> a It v more I redeemed according to law tax deed will issueI the following described property ....... ..
lotjei fi
The wounded: "The more unfortunate, thenif we be New York, July 8.-one of the most deal mure at the lutr rt-t. All I thereon ou the nth day of August A.D. 1903.the Marion county. Florida to.wit
Frederick dealer*. 1 red t n .l I Witness my official signature and sal this South half(nowlhwnt quarter ., Ja bit
! Schmidt driver Cook misunderstood. We live under a constitution exciting and spectacular upturns of 4th day oC Jllly, A. I). 1 .o3- quarter ol northeast quarter. MttMl Q: kS.

: Brewing company, shot in the leg and disfranchising negroes, and the season in the cotton market occurred > O. M. FERRV &CO.f S. T. SISTRt'K.10 ship 16, range jj.
Circuit Court Marion Co. Ela.:;
! arm. seriously demanded Datrolt, Mich. Clerk The said land being wtxd at the 4ata af
our duty never right after midday. the issuance of such certificate ia la* of
!: lt Hawley, laborer, shot in the leg. : that the right of life, liberty The weekly crop report from Wash. Arthur Tible. fnles said ctrtiioai! iE It

Robert Miller, shot in the cheek, not and property be accorded them and Ington had just: been reac and received NOTICE. thereon redeemed on according the 24th day law of J eI"tax.dead A D. Mat .

I serious. that they be protected in the enjoyment : a bearish interpretation resultingin Witness my official wgsaure..4HllM Mat

I Charles Presky 17 years old. gro of it If state courts fail or re- moderate declines. But almost immediately Jery Burnett Notice of Election of Griner Farm Special Tax isth day[SEAL of Jnne.] A. II 19OJ.b T. saftnIL

I'I't boy, shot through the left wrist; fuse or are powerless to protect life buying orders were receiv* School District. 6-19 Clerk Circuit Court Manaat ...

' wounds In both heels. and property then the strong arm of ed here from New Orleans and July IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN ..

I Theodore B em. aged 20, shot in the federal authority must and will inter- was rushed up to 12.75, August 12.29 Merchant NOTICE will, be held at the Gnner Farm SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE.

i right! side; painful flesh wound. vene through one of its co-ordinate and September 11.39, all of these prices school hours house.of S o'clock Marion and county sundown, Flonaa on: duringthe

! Joseph Fares aged 48, shot in the branches of government. being new high records for the sea- J/oiuJrtjr, Auvutt 3, A. D. /X j,
l head and hip; may die. "\i the law observed by all with sen. The new crop positions responded Tailoring. for the purpose of electing three trustees of U decree rendered on tbe)*U dy.f taaw.. A.

t... Albert Kauess, shot while picking whom the convict or prisoner comesin only partially to the strength in the I I Ocala Florida. fix above the named rate of special millage tax to school be assessed distnct and and collected to- Circuit D. 190}, Court by the of lion the\\Fifth. S. Bvllock.jadktaiONMI ia4f*.|'C

wounded rioter up, in right arm, not contact? Of all the personal months 'said to be controlled by the I for the next ensuing two years. Florida, in and lot Mat km -.. ia --.
: rious. sweetest Finest Imported and oujkfied electors at said election are all reg. in a certain cause pendiu ta saW O*... iL
rights, life and liberty are: bull pool. said district
isiertm and qualified voters of W.V aa4 I. W. ..
_ Domestic Cloths. Clyatt was comptaiaaat
! Denny McPhillips. gunShot wound and in doing your duty in seeing that who pay a tax on real or personal property del's et aL were dtfeadaap hi wWci ta ..

! la arm and breast no unfortunate or ignorant person is Life Attempted by Child Lover. Cuttinga: Specialty therein. have been appointed. creel, L.S. Bct-k, wa .polatsd siuis1 m_
: The lolloping persons to execute the same. I win oa
; Union C. Smith, shot in the arms mistreated while imprisoned. or is illegally Chattanooga Tenn., July 8.-.A special Fits Guaranteed.EXECUTOR'S managers and cleric of said election: ,
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A. D
B. H. Leitner and W. F.Chalk- o>,4.Jy, tkejtd daitf A"i>ut ig.
Lad neck; serious. restrained of tils liberty, you from Gadsden Aia., gives an account er.managers.J. J. Luflman. and C. M. Murphey,clerk., that being a legal tales day. VII/1Iw... ..... ..

t. Henry Smith, shot In hips and back, can but have the hearty approval of of a record-breaking attempt at By order ot the Board of Public Instructionthisthe sale. and will tel! at public aactiaa W to
, with rifle ball. suicide. Oliver Clarke, 12-year-old NOTICE TO CREDITORSAND 6th day of July. A. D. J903- highest and best Udder for cart to Awt' "
i, a
, every honest man. Altest: G. S. SCOTT court house door ia (McaU FtorMa. wttaa
: BMeyers, slightly wounded In the boy, had a quarrel with his sweetheartand OTHERS W.I). CARN Chairman legal hours of tale the JbBawiaf 4p
7NOTICE -"> premises lying and briDe Mtaate te $si
r right leg.William. Left Store In Bright Blaze. swallowed a quantity of morphine.A Secretary. county, florida to-WIt

Keller, shot in the thigh. Jackson MLV, July 8.-The Perry doctor was immediitely summoned, NOTICE IS HERFBY GIVEN TO ALL CRED- Lot one (i) of block .tcveatynactc 171) ""
,legetees. distributees and all persons old rorvey ol the town aow diy af QMla,
lightly, county authorities are making a search and he may recover. having claims or demands against the estate of Florida: and also a unp *4 .la.4 tM

r Mrs. Joseph Allman three shots intoulders. of a store at Ovette, CHARLES E A BSON deceased that they. and adjoining the said lot oa tae eatl aa4
for the manager To Erect $25,000 Depot.Memphis
each of them.are called upon and required to the entire length of the uM lot ... ueui.. I
( a new town on the Mobile Jackson July Announcement 13 present their claims against the said estate to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TOV.. D. south. and being thirty-five fret wMe,at.
Joseph who left quite the undersigned as executor of the test will and n :Morton; and all persons interested taat a thereof as will Mlisfy said deeraa aa4Spe .
Allman in face. road.
buckshot the Kansas City Nashville Chattanooganad
and made that the testament ot Charles E. Abson,deceased within suit has been instituted in the county judge'scourt L. a. -.
: Robert Miller, wounded in the cheek suddenly just prior to a disastrous con St Louis railroad will immediately two years trom this date as required by law, of Marion county, Flonda. by attachment ial MlO. f t. I I -,
with buck community. The man.ager otherwise the same will be forever barred. In favor of W J. Chambers doing business W. K. Zewadski ComplH .aal'r. .
hot the
flagration in begin the erection of a $26,000 EDW. HOLDER. under the style and name of the \V. J. Chambers -
:. Johann Hoffman wounded in the learned that the proprietor, S. D. freight depot in this city. It is announced Executor ol last will and testament of Charles Shoe Company on the bth day of July!

face and leg. will lose his eyesight Patrick was coming to make an InsPe completion of.. E- bson.deceased. A.D 1903- and all
,. that upon the Ocala. Fla.. July loth A.D. 1903. 7-to-St And the said W. D. Morton persons NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Alvin Jones buckshot in the back. tion and when Mr. Patrick arrived the the building the engineering and operating inerested are hereby required to appear to said
his office
at in
before the county judge
William Reece, slight wound In the store was in flames and his managerwas forces of the Memphis and Paducah action Ocala Florida on ""

face. gone. The store of J. H. Over- divisions, now located at Paducah NOTICE. JuVutoii the? jth dUll / September, A. D. J
;;" 0. H. Cook, slightly wounded. street was also destroyed, and the to- Ky.. will be transferred to this or iudzment will be given in said cause in lavor Gainesville! Fla. Jane JfO, .....

:t Xelson Office of H. W. Long, Chairman. Board of 1 of the said W.J. Chambers. Amount sought to IS HEREBY GIVES
the 12000.
buckshot In
Jacques, tal loss was city. County Commissioners. Marion Co.. Fla. V be recovered 137 35 and costs of suit. NOTICE named settler bat .TtI.:1
face, Mattel Fla..July 9th, 1903. ) Witness my hand as county judge and the hIS intention to make anal pmut te
Charles Louisburg, N C., July 8.During a seal of the said court on this the 11th day of July, his claim and that said proof wB aawiit
c Smith slightly hurt about Kappa Alpha Fraternity Meets. To AH To Whom It May Concern: A D. '<*>V R.B .LLOCK. fore Clerk Circuit Court at OcaU. Fla. -
j1 the head. Atlanta. Ga., July 8.-One hundred violent storm lightning struck the residence SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED TO 7-!o [sealCount?Judge of Manon Co. Ila.WANTEDSEVEL ,AJll"tlI.lA.I9IIJ.

'I, The crowd irritated the 40 of of F. M. Davis, who lives 4 a steel bndge across the ithla- ol fle
by presence delegates, representing chapters coochee ricer near Dnnnellon Fla.( togetherwith INDUSTRIOUS PERsons vii: OLIVER MOORE iaglaa
of the soldiers guarding the prisoners the Kappa Alpha fraternity met In this miles north from Louisburg. The plans and specifications: said bndge to be in each state to travel for house established Hd. J7747. for the northeast quartet ofwett ==
erected west ot and as near the railroad bridge call quarter of section !j. towatup I)
was shouting its determination to twenty-third biennial fiash instantly killed his little son, sealed bids for eleven years and with a large capital. to t. .
I city today in the as practicable. Also widening for successful and range w n>>
I c again break open the jail and get the ot that order. Today'ssession Otto aged 7 years, and Miss Nannie draw in old bridge from 34 feet to 50 feet. with upon mercnallts Permanent and agents engagement. Weekly He names the following wit__to pse
convention and specifications. Said bids and specifications profitable line. continuous residence apeD ana c&SS.
1I lroei. was devoted to addresses of Dean, his 'wife's sister aged about plans to be delivered in person to H. W. Long. cash salary of SiS advanced and all in traveling cash each expensesand week. said land. via: Randolph Feaitcr. .i;Ai
For SO Other members of the family 25, at Dunnellon Florida. hotel bills B P. BauchiUoa. Ruse Lee. all
\: a half hour or more the crush of welcome by Hon. G- Smith, of Raleigh years. July The right 1903.to reject any or all bids is reserred.B. Experience not essential Mention reference THE ton as..Fla. W. Go &oDlN.

hL\ the mob against the line of soldiers N. C., and other.s The convention were shocked, but none were seriously W. LONG. Chairman. andeaclose self-addressed Dearborn St.envelope.Chicago 's-wtt 7J I

P kid grown worse. will IM In session three WL hurt. 71*jt Bd. Co. Coma., Manon Co. Fla, NATIONAM,554

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Th. Old Fallows the Will Way.Soon be Out of 1t1t1t" t "IP1" "IIt1tl" 1 " " " !" ,," " " " " ""t .;

home years ago, when Gen. Gordon ....
was a candidate for the senate, he an ...... j jI
twered the charge that the exConfederates .---I.... !

with a were pathetic monopolizing assurance the that offices such : : ABE JAKE ::: I II

complaintscould;!: not be heard, sa '
there would soon be no ex-Confeder
SIts to bar the way and sea the ambition P-- TEA POT GROCERY I
of the younger and aspiring :J ef
Clement who seek promotion through'
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the thorny paths of politics.A I I !
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stili more buggestlve.incident occurred r
in Virginia long after the war. tltll i!
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There was found wandering aimlessly > .1
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about the streets of Richmond a de. .... '

was trepit attracted and demented by his man.features Someone and his == Our Constant Aim is to == 3 '

eomewb&t tent but soldierly! figure.
lie wee taken to the office of the late fir tF .s... 4
Dr. McGuire; who was Stonewall -e,
Jatkeon's surgeon. That famous and ...... ..... I
truly scientific physician soon discovered .
that a part of the fellow's r
poor -
skull was pressing upon bis brain. G0IN I RETAIN DESERVE j
r He realized at once the nature of the
0 sufferer's malady and lifted that part --- ......
of the skull, restoring the brain at ......
once to its normal action. The relieved .-... 1
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patient looked around in bewilderment Itll> ... i
for several minutes and then .1
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aid: "The army was at Manaaaa ,--" .. ,', .' ; _. :: ...__1-._ --': '_ .. m : .._. -,-.__. I :: :
yesterday; where is it today?"
A fragment of shell bad struck this
now old veteran at the second battle
of AUnascas and his brain had ceased _: Your Confidence. : I :,
from that moment to perform its nat j
ural functions Mot wishing that be -
I ....ao
tbould be taken to a charitable institution f- -- .......

his frUnd, though poor, had .-eft......
cared for him; but he had escaped ......

their vigilagce.-Courier and Journal.wandered to Richmond E r Every line we print in our advertisements is aimed at you and ::.


:1 The readers Be--of o this,paper will be E everybody else, Every line is intended to mean exactly what it says, =

pleased to learn that there is! at least: .-.It....

one dreaded disease that science has : When have the and best Store in this
biggest Grocery ::
been able to cure in all its stages and we say we part
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure .....-. --
It the only positive cure known to the
constitutional medical fraternity.disease Catarrh, requires being a con a E= of the state we merely tell facts. When we say our prices are lower,

atitutlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh ..-filii...

directly Cure is upon taken the internally blood and, mucous acting f qualities considered than other dealers we merely tell another fact, 3

surfaces of the system, thereby de :..
troying the foundation of the disease :; -

building, and giving up the the constitution patient strengthby and ... What more does anybody want than the best goods at the lowest

aviating nature in doing its work.

One The In ita proprietors Hundred curative powers Dollars have,eo that for much they any faith offer case r prices? Give us your grocery trade and we will promise to give you 3

that it fails to cure. Send for list of .....

testimonials.F.J. CHENEY Address 4 CO., Toledo, 0. the best things to eat that grow, ir

Sold by DruggisU. 7Sc.
Hall's Family Pills are the best. I .... .

Th. Times-Union's World's Fair -ill
Contest. ...
::The Times-Union, Florida's

daily monster, proposes editions for to get distribution out great three at I OUR ROYAL SCARLET brand canned goods 3

World's Fair at St. Louis nest year. "gfrH
These editions will forth .i
ret the

editions resources will be of divided our state.into wonderful The the -- are the finest in the world. We have them in Fruits, iIE

counties representing the three ---
i grencioual! districts, and will be styledmjectlvely o--
the East Coast division; and Fish
Vegetables can guaranteed. |
the west Coast division; and Middle every
and West
Each division! will be distributed by
Ajouuglady to be balloted for, who f- .-...tillill
will 1 be given a free trip to the Great -
tir and all her expenses will be paid :

nl\Ue The\( there.following young ladies have | EXCELSIOR MULE FEED is a mixed 3.

already been put in nomination: --

Green Hawkins East Const Cove, Alachua Division Springs;Belle-;Missts Buddington Fannie Coburn\V., i, feed, cheaper than corn or oats, and a fine |

Brooks!, Fort White; Lillie Jenkins,
Long wood;M.Etta Hancock,Archer; for mules and horses."Te | .
Singleton Jrnie O. Irvine, Rockledge.,Lake City; Helen L. g change can save

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West Coast Division Misses Sara
E. Harris, Ocala; Louise Frances g yon time and money. Try us.I .
Dodge, Tampa; Mary Wartmann,
Citra; May Burts,riant City; Winnie ttF'ItF --
Borsch, Fort Ogden; Rosaline Blocker 1
Dollie Lowe, E. Maude Roberts, Maggie :
Van Deldon, Gena McClintock, I -- ..I
Key West. I -- .....
Middle and West Division-Miss
Ezilla Robinson, Carrabelle. :

Mr. Rodgers Complimented.= I : THE TEA POT GROCERY
Mr. Allen Rodgers, a practical 1 /
road-builder was requested to make : -
a few remarks, and be responded by 4 .
saying that Florida's greatest need :E A BROWN & BRO, Proprietors. .
was better roads. He said that sand 4 -III41 ,
beds and mud holes were keeping :r. .-... j.
dawn property values and retarding ...albf ;
the .t&t.'. -till :
e,. -Live progress Oak Crescent as nothing, July 4th.else (1 " " ,,," " '!" " 1"" '" " ,


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