The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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ttt""r"r"'r"r"r"r"'r"r"r''r""" ," " " " " '' ',, Mr. George Williams and family lr.1.. G. Gibbons, one of the .

leave today for Seabreeze. Mrs. Williams leading lawyers of Tampa, member

3 and the children will remainfor of the law firm of Gunby & Gibbons, 6 1 I /

some time and Mr. Williams will is in the city on professional businessand

J return in a few days. is a guest at the Ocala House. BANK I "

J Bagdad is said to he one of the busieot I The development of the pineapple i Gives you standing. Paying

F -J places in Florida. The Bagdad industry on the East Coast continues ACCOUNT bills with checks means, "that

Sash factory alone employs over one to go forth with great rapidity. The I "
| INABOX'! I II I man has a bank account.
hundred men and has 1,000,000 feet of time is not far distant when the I

__ i Makes no difference how much.
> lumber in the yards. shipments will reach a million crates.

i: If you want to write a nice letter you can do it if you have :gJS : 'II You can enjoy the distinctionand -
Dice UtlonryYou're in a box if you haveo't the paper, and Mr. Edward Holder went up to Rev. J. C. Porter uf this city, whois
paper U in nice Lox 1' you buy 'it here. Web ave many sty IftS. without cost. All need
Jacksonville Sunday to meet Mrs. attending the B. Y. P. U. conven you

I POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. | Holder, who has been spending some tion in Atlanta, occupied the pulpit of tc2 I to do is to open an account here,

time with relatives in Cincinnati. Ponders Avenue Baptist church in I
::1 but make it a rule never to over-
1J They will probably spend a few daysat that city Sunday morning. ::1 draw.

Atlantic Beach before
returning to
Ocala. Miss Janie McKeathan, a charming .& CHAMBLISS, i

young lady of North Carolina, passed '
. Mrs. H. A. Ford and son, Mr. Don Bankers /
t J- through Ocala Monday afternoon on '"
-+ Fort left Monday over the Seaboardfor
r. her way to Brooksviile to visit her
i 1 Toronto, Canada, to visit friends OCALA, FLORIDA-
brother Mr. W. M. McKeathan.
i and relatives. Mrs. Ford will remain
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away untill fall, and Mr. Ford will Hon. C. :M. Brown returned Sunday ',- ., '... .!i _" -_ > _:_._ -. "

ji1jilJilJillilJilJllJllJl1Jl1l1'jl1l11Jlll11l11l11JilJl1J' 1Jl1Jl1JlliS: return home in about two weeks. I from a trip to Jacksonville, where he -

had been [incidentally looking after
Miss Violet. Harris left Mondayfor

.... .. his political fences. He seams much MOSQUITO
. Lr'l "' J!'"' W --11 Thonuaville, Ga. She will .be 7
encouraged with the outlook of $ t
the guest of Miss Lucile Ansley and
things. CANOPIES.
Miss Elizabeth Smith. She stoppedin

Jacksonville Tuesday and was with The north bound Atlantic Coast Nickel plated.

Miss Christian Cook at1 Bert Line train was six hours IlI.terou-
Patent frames.
Redding' day afternoon and the numerous passengers -
Plain nets and
enjoyed a long and tedious

Mr. J. W. Colbert, of Sparr, was a wait. The delay was caused by a with lace.Bobinet .

pleasant caller at this office :Monday.Mr. wreck at Erin near Clearwater nets.

;..1' ,5 c .. _' .,'....I Colbert belongs to the successful! Mr. J. W. Sylvester returned home : Plain and lace
army of cantaloupe growers and .
Tuesday afternoon from a six weeks'
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I all the lands in his neighborhood tI trimmed.
, very delightful visit with friends and
have already been rented for the
relatives in Indiana and Illinois.
r. Tllit Spod ved for D.S. Woodrow, Phosphate aa.1 Timber Lands. Ocala Fla. nest: season at 11.50 per acre. PU FURNITURE CO.
3Iiss Leafy will not return for several: -7-
:. E. C. SMITH Prop.
Miss Christian Cook,of Brooksville, months yet.

who has been the attractive guest of .
The :
Montgomery Cooperage Com -- --
USA niZiSSTS EASSIS. Local Bator Mrs. T.J. Owen, left Wednesday for Mrs. Lee Miller for the past two -
pany is establishing a factory in """'""oo5W.RSl51SS5S5tS5i5tS, SSISSU"LSSS1S15LSSSSLSS55 .. u
Philadelphia where she will spend weeks, left Monday afternoon for
Gainesville. They have had one in
ABOUT TOWN. the summer. Jacksonville to visit her aunt, Mrs.Bert .
HAPPENINGS Ocala for a number of years and are
Redding, for several weeks, after I
Advices from the tomato fields of doing an extensive business at this G. A. NASH'SRED
? Rev.J. P. Reeves, or Sparr, was in which she will visit in Georgia and :
OctU! Monday. 1 1Mr I South Florida say that the crop is South Carolina. point.

, I ov.'r antI that the prkj were very -.111'!!. !'.\ V. Lea vengooct .and .son> i m
,, l> UIiM was la roman or woman in the state Ni11hesitate FRONT STORE.
J. H rvy t> | .....li"'r.ctory.In. Han.Hfll: returned home Tuesday!
to speak well of Chambers
Ocala! non lay.Mr. afternoon from a visit to relatives in
\ Thomas Sexton: and daughter: lain's Stomach and Liver Tal lets after
hack Savannah. Mr. Leavengood who
I Munu TWu b (row a Alice, and :Miss: Etta Hood, weut to once trying them They always produce ,
TWttoVldosU.Mr. went up to Jacksonville several days Special Sale of White Goods
, __ Fellowship Monday afternoon for a a pleasant movement of the bowels,
ago, accompanied tht>m home.
Ardu Wtruuu ma ie a brief short visit to relatives. improve the appetite and strengthenhe I and Embroideries !

,laIt to Anthony Suudiy.Mr. iitfestioa.. Fors-ileby AntiMonopoly Mr.George M. Butch,ot 1bizie.was I I It
Miss Welsh and Miss Buckbee,
Drug:Store. severely kicked by a mule Monday.Two .
Utorg* Lyuue of, IUt'Ovillt. i tr.-hers of the Emerson Industrials m inches or more of flesh was torn Don't fail to see the wonderful values in Insertions

h.H.iofthU left Monday for Mr. Fred Gaskiil returned Su-iday t 1-m Beadings and Edgings at loc. Way
as a ,1.ltor tt.0'1101.t.ud '. city, from his leg. He is now under the
--- Michigan! to spend the summer. from Blue Ridge Springs: V>., where treatment of Dr. Blitch and if blood i down prices on all Colored Lawns, Etc.

Mr. 0. B. Ho* e returned Monday he has been spending the pat six _
poison does not Set in will be all right I --
from basinet viit\ to KI imml'l'. Mr. W. T. Brinson, of Wajcross.awell week Mr. Gaskill: reports dehsht-

urr knowu n.tval stores man, is perhaps ful visit and sathat Mr. Philip in due process of lime.
HD.J.( K C. Suiuterittlf Jl fUll LI[ OF f Gm FURNISHINGS
the largest man in the south. Brown's hotel is more popular: than Mrs. M M. Little and two daughters -
,'I pent riuu He tips the beam at 570 jtouuds. ever this season. That wbeu he left: left Thursday for Seueea, Missouri !
the hotel there was not a vacant room where they will spend about .
Mr. L L M It'irs Orange Springs Mr. Herbert Lyles, of Standard, in the hou t!. four month with Mrs. Little's father j!
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mat |irouiinf ut r'itkU shout Monday has aetvptwl a position with the and brother. :Mr. Little will accompany il --- -

la the city. French I'uoapbate co-npauy at Br- It is said that Orlando can discountthe his wife and children as far as I I We are making! a feature of our MILLINERY

Mr. Eugene La\the, sheriff tow and left Monday for that place. story given out that Hall Bros., of Jacksonville. and Ladies' Trimmed Hat Department

Oeala, are the largest owners of round '
Brookif ille, in Oc.a! ft1 few l PRICES THE LOWEST.
loan wa Messrs. S. A. Staudley & Company timber laud in the state. B. Beachamof Miss Christian Cook, of Brooksviile, I __ _y

Monday.- i sold their fine trotting horse Monday this city, is the owner of 4-30,000 and Miss: Violet Harris, of Ocala arrived -
}Ir.J. U. Ltyue, of Sumterville, to)Ir. J, R. Peterson, of Hernando acres of laud, in two bodies which in the city yesterday. They [I Remember the Red Front !

abertif'or Suinter county" \vasa. vis county. The price paid for the animal makes him something ahead of the will be the guests of Mrs. W. A. Redding ,

itor to Ocala Monday. was r300.Dough Hall Bros.-Orlando Daily Record.Mr. and Mrs. W. K. McDonald, on inv sssst. ssstss sssLnsssis gfelSlBlSIgSlSSTSiSlS's.:;, t
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Second street, for a few days.TimesUnion. :
}Ir. and Mr*. F.L. WatOl1left 3toniTay -
..;3 Hopkins, of Orange Lake, and Mrs. K. H. Holstein, Mr. ------

for Jacksonville to spend arrived in Ocala Sunday and will remain Gus Holstein and Miss Tillie Pyles, Mr. G. \V. Wells advertised in the

Wrtralweekswith relatives.Mr here during the summer. He left Tuesday for a visit to ColumbiaS.C. Oeala Banner a saw mill for sale. LOOK !IFor

*. Robert Taylor and children has accepted a position with the Ocala ; ., Asheville, X. C.. and other points. The first day he received three applications ,

returned Monday from a short vi sit Steam Laundry. I They made the trip to Jacksonville which led to an immediatesale 1

b MM.Taylor's parents at EustU. via the Ocklawaha River, leave of same. Mr. Wells has other
lIr. J.)1, Meffert and family left
When ing Silver Springs at noon Tuesday. saw mills for sale, as well as machinery the next few days we will sell all our -
other medicine have failed take101ft. Monday afternoon for Goodall. Mr.
Kidney Cure. It has cured They expect to be absent a month or of all kinds. He is rapidly build- iMen's
Meffert will be absent only a short I
six weeks.
then wry thing else has disppointed. : ing up a big business.Mr. Children'sX
Pat while and his family will spend the Ladies'and
OtHeeDrug store. m The hard wood mill of Lutz Broth ,
summer. Quintard Gray, who formerly !
Mfr H. C. Jones and baby and ers hag been moved to Lake Hall lived in Ocala with his parents, Rev. !

Mr.. A. G. Gated and son, went to Messrs. Harvey Clark, J. L. Emerson where Mr. Lutz has bought enough and J(N. C. M. Gray, but who for STRAW HATS XAt

8 brm Monday afternoon to spendthe Bob Mathews and Emmett timber to keep him busy until the several years past, has been in the
Kobinson drove down to Lake Weir middle of the
balance I winter. Mr. Tom Lutz
of the summer. insurance business in Texas, passed
Saturday night and returned home expects to improve the section of the through Ocala Tuesday afternoon en Our

Mrs John Dozier, Miss Edna Dozier Sunday night.Mr. lake on which they are living. He
route to St. Petersburg to visit his
and MU Gertie Peyser returned Mon- New York Cost,
will build a bath house and put two for several weeks. Mr.
toy John Reardon who had his foot parents Graywas
afternoon from a short visit to or three boats in the lake for the
at the train dele-
severely injured in Jacksonville last met by quite a
at Orange Lake.
week came home Sunday afternoonto mer.-Tallahaasean.Mr. I gation of his Ocala friends, who were I
Mr This is sale. Come now as our stock is lots
Nathan Mayo of Summerfield delighted to see him. a positive
remain until it gets well. He is having S. A. Standley received a telegram I

.j ptnt Sunday In Ocala with bU wife : to use crutches. Monday afternoon announc- Mr. C. )[. Cam, with Mr. H. A.I

Id baby who are the guests of Dr. ing that his nephew, Mr. Standley Fausett, happened to rather a serious
1 I4 Sint W. Y.ewSIill.. )[r. and Mrs. J. H. Livingston, jr., I The Boston Store.
Lester is lying at the point of deathat accident Monday afternoon. He was J
and two children returned Tuesday i
.'d Mr.Stant Borland of Ft. Shellman, Ga. Several weeks ago struck with an iron windlass on the
Myers, I
from a delightful visit of
,1 *ho hi been spending: several weeks morning Mr. Lester accompanied by his sister, Cheek bone just under the eye, which .. -
weeks with relatives in South
?J at t Us old home at Citra, was a visitor two Miss Perla Lester, went out to Col., produced a very ugly gash. Had the '

to Ocala Monday. Carolina. but the physicians there advised himto the windlass struck him a half inch =

ro' Messrs. E. C. Bennett and Howard return home at once, which he did. higher it would have put out his eye WORMS1IIFor !' !!

i ey'a Kidney Cure purifies the blood Clark returned Tue&day afternoon This sad news will be learned with : and perhaps have killed him. While .
J Draining out impurities and tones ..
lip the whole system. Cures kidney i from a few days'fishing trip to Orange deep regret by his many Ocala friends.Mr. the wound is a very ugly one Mr. IYearsHaLedaIiWorm Remedies. ((5

&lid bladder troubles. Post Office Lake. They brought with them a Standley left Monday night to be Cam is congratulating himself that aox D DT ALL DRVGGII"X'8.Prepared .
by- -.".. JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis-
Draa 61ora. of fine fish. at the bedside of his _
:: \01 'large quantity nephew. I Ii" I I it is no worse. +.N+rw


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A Little Child Badly Hurt. How Cheap Baking Powder Is'Made.: Pleasant Parties. .. .

About dark Wednesday afternoon the A recent/elaure of a lot of "cheap" Mrs. M. R. Kellum gave a delightful 1. -. ;: .

little year old daughter of Mr. and baking powders by the authorities of a launch party to a number of her

)fr E. C. Bennett fell from the neighboring city has exposed the character friends last Tuesday. A run to Rag

buggy. The little one was picked up of the low priced brands of ged Key, aboard the launch "Poca-

and Dr. Hood was summoned immediately baking powders which many manufacturers hontas" was enjoyed after which a GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES

and after an examination it are offeringthroughout the landing was made at Solder Key, and

., was found that one of the little girl's country. The price of the powdersfirst an elegant luncheon was disposed of

legs was broken between the knee attracted attention to them. with that appetite which such an

and ankle. samples were taken and analyzed.The outing amid such environments could .

Mrs. Clark the grandmother of the official report of the analysis only give. The following composedthe ATPYLES'Se

baby, got out of the vehicle in front showed the stuff be "alum powders" congenial company :

of Rheinauer's store and the baby composed chiefly of alum, sulphuric Mrs. J. M. Jackson, jr., Mrs. C. D. .

tried to spring after her and fell to acid and pulverized rock. Lefflerand children, Mr. and Mrs.

the ground. The powders were declared dangrr- Harry Budge and children, Mrs. M.
to health and several thousand
About noon of Wednesday this same ous W. White, )[ril. ;>V. H. McDonaldand

little girl crawled into the room pounds. were confiscated and destroyed. Miss Almira McDonald, Miss Sue e. Admit-We Can't Deny It

where :Mr. Howard Clark keeps his Barco, of Ocala, Mr. George Rumph,
Physicians have frequently cautioned -
photographic supplies and spilled a Mr. and Mrs. M. R Kellum.

bottle of Reid on her hands and face consumers against mixing food V

and frightened her parents greatly, with these so-called "cheap" baking A pleasant launch party was: enjoyed These fire the Lowest Prices

powders. They are all found, when analyzed Sunday by a number of young
but fortunately no damage resulted
to contain large percentagesof people, complimentary to Miss Jea-

from the same. alum and sulphuric acid to which nette Watson. A run to Cape Florida -
The many friends of the parents We Save Heard of.
and grandparents regret exceedly to areadded various aorta of filling matter was taken aboard the launch

sometimes both injurious and nasty. "Clyde." Those who participated in
hear of the little one's accident and
The high claas, cream of tartar bake this pleasant outing were: Misses
wish for her the speediest recovery
ing powders are the moet economicaland Jeanette Watson, Sue Bareo, of
wholesome and should be Ocala Tillie and
always Alpha Omega Wig-
A Distinguished Visitor. Dress Goods Shoes
selected for use. They will be found ginton, Pauline Quarterman; Mrs. E.

Hon. Robert McNamee member of cheaper in the end, besides makingthe G. Sewell, Mrs. George Rumph, Mrs. tOe S'elle Barite for tie $1.00 Sl. John Klrkmitir- at ...
the legislature from Hillsborough lOc Floradora Hat fate for ,",e ,t 1.1.. ..
food better and more healthful. Dale Miller Mrs. Fleminy Raley, tOe Kllerlie SNiuch Batiste for He m
county, was in Ocala Monday inter- Mrs. John Burdine.Miami Metropo !<><' White Lawn for . He7c $1.23Yard Wide" SlitM- ._
viewing the leading citizens of this Pittman and Son Buy the Broadway Rex Dimity for . 5c $1.75 St. John Klrkuimi'M til wee
lis. 7e Flowered Lawn for 5c $1.0O Ijulle' OtfonU81.W :kJc.
cppnty'on the political situation. Furniture Company Large lot tie Calico............... .. .. 5e la .
A. D. T. Ready for Business. Benito Do n go Tip Ywa
'Mr. MVJiamee 1 is returning from One of the most successful business 91.23 IjidiiV Jraln Itiillen. 71f
1 The American District TelegraphCo. Shirts
New Orleans, where he has been on houses in Ocala ii that of Messrs. 81.2.1 Doug. Kip iMrv 75CM
., Chas K. Sage manager is now .. ... .
G5c Custom Made .Shirts .I"'c'
business and has made
professional a Pittman and Son, gioce: tbeir
open- ready for business. They have installed f I 75c Custom Made Fancy Shirts 5> c OC\ Warranted IniirnTC.
slop over in all the principal places ill log day their business has been one of $1 Custom Made Fancy Shirt.. the' ip 1.L\J -l d: Ouk.r mole M.lidQC
over forty messenger call
;: Jlorida from Fenucol to Ocala He expansion. Wednesday this firm absorbed boxes in the principal business houses All Straw Goods at Reduced Prices. Large Lot Of P. C. C, ind Helta Corsets, any efee, ....

is D possible candidate for congress The Broadway Furniture
and offices. -
\ from this district and is making % Company, which Is located In the
Absolutely no charge ta made for
preliminary survey of the field before Benus building on Broadway. The
bringing paid or collect telegrams to
making public intentions. goods have been moved into the store You Will Always Find Here a Complete Line (,f
the Western Union office. For delivery .
Mr. McNamee Is & wonderfullyadroit of Pittman and Son and having been
of notes, parcel, etc., within the STAPLE AND FAHGY
politician. It will be remembered bought at a sacrifice price will b* GROGERIESj
regular delivery limits a charge of ten
that he crossed swords with sold at corresponding prices.
cents is made and five cents extra fora
Maj. Alexander St. Clair-Abrams in Messrs. Pittman and Son are very Call and see the samples of ARGO PORTRAITS new Hals. ..>. ,or.
Lake, when that gentleman was at liberal users of printer's ink and holdto reply to a note. Printed rates on feet reproduction from photograph or tintype. I am having' pictures ...
the call boxes are for continuous ser- urged for my customers free, and furnish an elegant frame at a aemtaal
the height of his power, and dethroned -' the opinion that the judicious system cost. Call and have the plan oiplainod to you.
vice. If have
you no box in your
him. He also made a very of advertising they have adopted,
.1 office use one nearest to you; they are
successful play in politics in Duval has assisted them materially in build
for the use of the public. This is a
county and still again went into I ling the fine trade which they
up very
service usually enjoyed only by cities S. R. IFITLIES.
Hillsborough county and won with enjoy.
of four times the population of Ocala.A .
hands down. If auy reader of this paper is in
prompt and reliable service is assured.
He is another "Bob" who is worrying need of any article of furniture and
,1 a great many politicians in the ;I I I I wish: to save money same, they will Bateman-Reed. .1 ft-

state. do well to call on Messrs. Pittmanand
Mr. Paul D. Bateman and Miss EulaE. ._ -.-- ... I

Cholera Infantum. I' Son. Reed were married Wednesday A Big Fish Story. r| Base Ball Notes.A I Died at Ha He****)
This haa long been regarded as one of I
I The Anti-Monopoly In New Hands. afternoon at the Presbyterian mansein Col. A. P. Jordan, the brilliant edi- new baseball league to be known I II Mr. LofUM taw fatmm <* tt. 4
the most dangerous fatal disease to
It will be seen by reference to our this city at 2:30 o'clock by Rev. W. tor of the Punta Gorda Herald, it is as the South Atlantic League ia being ; C. 1.... wlM to as ... Q..r M *. <*!*et
which infants are subject. It can be I
advertising columns that Mr. J. W. ; C. Lindsay.Mr. claimed, can construct the prettiestfish talked of, the promoter being Cha I Juih**, acid barf art* top tl ***
cured however,when properly treated.
All that is necefearry is to give Cham- I I Castel has formally taken charge of the Bateman is a young businessman story of anybody who has ever W. Boyer, of Atlanta. He has been wu tiMiagiit to <.*.U aajrf tJajMt *

berlain's Colic Cholera and Dirrhoea I i I Anti-Monopoly Drug 'Store and is of excellent qualities. He resided tried to do so from the famous Dr. quietly at work on the scheme for tee bwttol, ei*.*e M did altleM 0

Remedy and caster oil, as directed determined to make it in fact what it for a long time at Citra but Isaak Walton down to ex-President several weeks. The new league la to hour sfe.rrsM.Mti .,

with each bottle, and a cure is cerain. I I is name. He is a druggist and is afterwards went to McIntosh and had Cleveland. include Charleston, Columbia, Macon, I:

For sale by Anti Monopoly Drug I devoted to it and it will be his pride charge of Mr. Sampson's large interests Editor Jordan collates the following Augusta, Columlius Savannah, ,
Store. m
to build up a good business on approved at that place. He is now in figures in a recent issue of his. paper, Brunswick and Jaofesouviil- i

1 Miss Stotesburj Entertains. and contentious lines. charge of Mr. Gist's stock farm, a few which shows that he is as good at relating .y.

Among the delightful small occasions Mr. Carlisle, so well and popularly miles south of Ocala. facts as fiction: Jacksonville and Tampa will play Seedt I

of the bummer: was the informal known, will remain with the new The bride is a daughter of Rev. The fishing season which began on three games of ball next week on the Knd

card party at which :Miss Emily firm. llr. Reed, of McIntosh, and is a August the 15 last year closed on neutral grounds for a purse of oue tint Leads

Stotesbury entertained a dozen of her Besides being a good business man, young woman of sweet graces and Monday of this week. During that I thousand dollars. Ocala may be 4 A I""ih..... I
lady friends yesterday afternoon ,at Mr. Castel is a good citizen and Ocalais many accomplishments. We extend time there were shipped from Punta selected as the place for tb..e I

the lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. H. :: fortunate in adding his name on congratulations and best wishes. Gorda 447 5-6 solid cars of fish m bulk games. O.n. MKa 1J

A. Ford.It her census rolls. and 10,966 barrels. -- I
Rev. and Mrs. Little to Entertain. i
was the first time that the ladies We bid him a cordial welcome and Repulsive Features. Each car of bulk fish contained 24- I I iI
Blackheads, pimples, greasy fi.ces' Rev. and Mrs. Henry W. Little
bad played cards in some time and I bespeak for him a fair share of pa 000 pounds net of fish (ice not included I
t and muddy faces.icomulexions whichare have issued invitations to a number
after the the card
rest playing
was tronage. ) and each barrel 200) pounds. The
so common among women, especially of the young people for a reception at
particularly enjoyable. There
total therefore, is 8,116,200
Working Night And Day. grand ,
girlsat a certain destroying the rectory on Friday night from 8 to
three tables in the
placed pavilion, The busiest mightiest little thing pounds of fish of all kinds shipped GUILTYOF
10 o'clock.
which adjoins the veranda and the beauty, disfiguring and making re-
Dr. New from this point during the season.
that ever was made is Kidg's
afternoon pulsive, features which would otherwise i This reception is anticipated with
was: delightfully cool and GROSS NEGUGSNCI
Liver Pills. These pills: change weakness .
pleasant. Mrs. Bessie McConnellwon appear attractive and refinedindicative A Big Deal In Timber Land. much pleasure.
into stren listlessness into
en- --
the prize, a china puff box. Ice ergy, brain-fag into mental dower. that the liver is out of order. R. S. and T. C. Hall of Ocala, have The Dukaboor and His Flock. DID NOT MIlD Tdl1JM

cream and cake was served. I They're wonderful in building up the dense An occasional the bowels does, regulate of Herbine the liver will just closed a deal for -40,0f> acres! of "I saw twenty Duckaboor women Tfch ,le tie ....... Mat IMotM tent

Miss Siotesbury's guests were the health. Only _5c per box Hold byAutiMonopoly and so establish a clear, healthy coin- timber lauds:: through W. D. Davis of hitched to a plow, and again I awa dared M w s..ay oae.a II deed M Md

following: Mrs. B. A. Weathers Store. this city. nay ..**... A UfM eM ****
Drug Tydinus plection. 50c at An Monopoly Drug dozen of them pulling a wagon to
ceaW ii T. lee.Mrf) e rt<1********
control ;
& and
Mrs. Bessie McConnell, Mrs. G. K. m Store. m Hall Bros. now own town their bishop seated
on top, as tad UmtsttlM to Mftn ** *. *
Robinson, Mrs. H. S. Chambers, Mrs. Call Bell System.' Board of Trade Meeting.The over "UOOOO, acres of timber lands, becomes a bishop, leading a weird lIort Dtabttet.

Pearl Mason, Mrs. D. W. Davis, Mrs. Mr. W. H. Truett, of Columbus, Board of Trade held an interesting waking them the largest individual of song or chant in which all joined." fOlIC *f ttoM ...... MM !.*. ***

William Anderson Mrs. T. T. of round timber lands in the laved aids POI. 'I IalU Aeita
Mun- Ga., with a force 'of hands has been meeting last night and many owners -Elbert Hubbard. by ,f *

roe, Mrs. L. R. Chazal and Miss Minnie engaged for some days past puttingin things were discussed:. wbich it is be- state. They are to be congratulated 1t ,........, wilt INN taly alto rt tslaay
I this land which is: among A.R.BUSS, of Morgantown, Ind., bad or WMdw View If ..... a tbe4
Gamsby. :
securing ,
the call bell system for the Western lieved will prove of supreme impor- bet it CM.* Rake nw MMi* F*
to ten or twelve times in
get up the
in Hillsborough
Sunday Night Union Services. Union Telegraph Company, tance to the city, one of which is tbe the most valuable &J k.1 risk life and a..M b f **T tilt
night, and bad severe backache and
Sunday the union church about :forty of the business house: of owning and operating a line of boats counl '.Tampa. Tribune. tak. ei..,-. but Ct-M athktatyt ..
serviceswere --- pains in the kidney. Was cured by j DiI..M taJ" II ., .. oY
the city availing themselves of this from Silver Springs to Jacksonville.
held at the Presbyterian church. Base Ball Next Week. Foley's Kidney Cure. Pest tike DrugStore I I gun at tby then fall W.ila.i*.....

Rev. D. R Hanna, of the Christian privilege. Instead of crossing the Committees "ere appointed to pro Xext Thursday the Ocala base ball ui I from Uw blood wbu auaiaatt ** eM

t church street and climbing a pair of steps to vide money and "attractions for the nine will go down to Leesburg to many ditw..t.,.ptvaae vi &WI.*..

serer mon :! following text: "What reach the telegraph office, you press big excursion to Ocala on the 6th of play a game with the nine of that 'We are vegetarians by proxy-the POYT' Imue Cvd ttu.$I ***

think ye of Christ?" He was listened a button and a messenger boy responds August. place. cow transforms the vegetation into njs rIM sad tkWateb ata adsi' UN "W

' to most attentively by to the call. All of which is Other things were discussed:. whichwe meat-concentrates it-and then we .
a large congre The boys will go down on the after- yuQ7.UMtMditfii
shall note from time time.A .
gation. At the conclusion of the done without additional cost. to noon Seaboard train and will return eat the tabloid n etation.-Tiw towad'a Bhf atl" DNa." '"

sermon a beautiful quartette was Pleasant Party. home that night.It Philistine. rem.itber, ttel MM work W Maw..

rendered by the following gentlemen Miss Annie Mathews was the hostess : goes eft eo.ttaidy, red tf ?*. s--
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is hoped that a large
There is decided evolution INtiM
RheumatismWhat a goiiijt IOU to WW.. yo.r khiaa* at
Messrs. J.J. Gerig C. L. Anderson, of a very pleasant party on Tues-
Ocala people will accompany the on in Florida politics and the primary .. are .2......, TU ....W a..baitaNe
A. E. Uerig, R. C. Alworth-and bee is the use of telling the rheumatic day evening. Quite a number of her aei.ne eB
team on this trip.A limn CCBB at eed
election tresses
that he feels as if his joints were being dis- next promises:: to be
fore the sermon the Presbyterian: young friends were present and all pgwIMWf et ttUl r..1tI.
located tIle more of a surprise than the verdict of S.Y."IfIi tI
( choir sang a beautiful anthem. The knows that his sufferings are very report a most enjoyable time. Whist Fine Musician. I,I SUXOD WEM,rf Hot*, .
of a petit jury. 'I had been tmbM wHk mf f... .
t services much like the tortures of the rack. was played and the souvenirs A pianist who is delighting
next Sunday night will be were prodigy I I tttel....
What he want to know Is tel
what will permanently -- -- --- I I for tweaty-lra yeah cad
held at the Christian church. Rev. J. That, according cure his to disease.thousands of grateful won by Miss Sue Anderson and Ralph the many guests at the Breakers is The Cofedtrate Veterans will meet I tl pit,..... tnt rwai"4 as "."Tj

: A. Hendry, of the Methodist church, testimonials, iaHood's Robinson. Miss Minnie Stoval, whose home is in Jacksonville on Tuesday and Wednesday :I I boa," a beetle at fafcifl ll.....
: preaching. Sarsaparilla Miss Mathews is a delightful hostess in Florida. Miss Stovall is but 13 of next week. Coax ..u..r... hue >.*. ;

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: JOLEYSKIDHEYCURE blood on which the disease depends completely FOIEnnONIYA.wmmetop.thecou"hand Ttaxi't Kau Vi.Post .
pleasant of the numerous parties with the skill of a master.-A shury j
eliminates it, and strengthens tha
Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right system against: its return. Try Hood's. given by the young set this hummer Park (V. J.) Morning Press. J 1 ha&lalungt [ Offi Dog Boers Seat'r ....'



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HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. A Fourth of July Flag-Raising

. Elaborate Program.To I IN WAR, A SOLD1ER.-IN PEACE. A STATESMAN.

I Ir. lAw f), of Hoiuosa, was the EJitoe of the Times-Cnion. .,I o FE VERY DESCRIPTION

" .borVlnK In Ocala Satur ay.I Milton, July 7.-The citizen of and the reconstruc
I Whether General Bullock has per- party : during
Galt City, some three miles: from
I )Ir. R. J. Knight, of Crystal River, here, celebrated the Fourth of July sistently held office or has persistently tion period, and in many campaigns

6 vu 10 Ocala turday. by a flag-raising and patriotic speech declined these gifts, it occurs to us afterwards, the people listened to few

es. Galt City and her people have that it makes very little difference if more eloquent tongues.He .

Ocala Banner ought really to done themselves honor and have set
r The he measures up to the requirementsof was an ardent supporter of Governor Get Our Prices OnWhitmore's
the president's policy-be- an example to the other towns of the .
endorse the times. Drew in S76 and the manner in
time county, which they will follow.
came It Is all the upanding. Nearly half century ago we find which be conducted his campaignsfor
, The following was the order of exercUes Shade Hanger
I )Ir. Arthur Hardiker and Dr. T. K. : him in the Everglades defending the I a renominauon at Gainesville and

i 1\t\ Slaughter, prominent citizens of Prayer, by Rev. C. P. Walker. humble homes of the settlers from I Pensacola may be cited as instances White Mountain Freezer .

Song, Columbia. the hostile demonstrations of the of hilloyalty.
Ocala Satur- .
I were visitors i :Jto ,
LJTOD, Presentation of flag, by A. W. Stu
Seminole Indians. Those who remember his in Arctic Freezer
day. art. Acceptance by W. B. S. Crich- fidelity .
The records !show!! that he was in
those days to Governor Drew are not
Earl Taylor, of Giineeville, after a low.
.'Hk'a'blt In Ocala with his friend, Song, That Starry Flag of Ours. command of a company: at that time surprised at his devotion to Colonel North Star Refrigerator .

F home Saturday Song, star: spangled Banner and to have obtained that position he Wailes!! in the prtwecu: tion of a claim

! Sam Rirco, returned Red, White and Blue, by Algos must have stood well in his community which General Bullock believes to bea Chandler Pat. Ice Cracker.We .

Afternoon.Mr. Hart. I.
when a young man. and in the of
just one payment
Pa Pa, by Daisy Hubbard.
.J. D. Williams and family left Some; years afterwards we find him Can Save You
Good By Old Ann, by Carrie Hub- which he holds the honor of the stateis Money
on Tuesday last for Ocala where they bard. again with a sword in his hand en- at stake.

.U1 make their future home.-BrooksMr.O. The Baby Kid, by Bertie Boswell. during privations and facing dangers and
Although a soldier in two was
Fire Cracker, by Arthur Boswell. his country's battles.
rile It&r. fighting
Sue and I always living remote from the centers
by Pearlia Calloway. His war record is full of luster and pITTMJl"H & soH
A. Layne, of Rockwell, left Song, America. of civilization, General Bull'- k's
his comrades: love to dwell upon it.
of those Bryan dollars with u sand Flag of the Resolute Martin, by habits have always been temperateand
Alton Hart. He was always at the front and was -- -
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MId let the Banner continue for exemplary and his domestic life
Eight sisters, by Hattie Williams. almost always in command of his

another year.Mr Three Colors, by Saleva Hart. regiment-he was never at home or has been a model of sweetness! : and S. A. STANDLEY LEE MILLER
Kentucky Watermelon, by Susie excellence. The fact that his: wife has
*. Otto Mente, who came up from off on other duty. He was always
Whitworth. always been the ruler of the home

Lake Weir Friday afternoon to see Addr'!s, by Rev. Robert Sunlie and with the boys. shows that he possesses a yielding and S. A. STANDLEY & CO.

her mother, who has been quite sick, Everett Green. Those who were soldiers with him complacent disposition.

nturntd to the lake Saturday after The above exercises were given by testify to His fortitude and valor and
the Gait City Sunday school, to raise Beyond any other man of the pastor
wherewith her family she hasUn his thoughtfulness of those whom he
noon,pending some weeks.Mr funds to build a public school build commanded.His present generation General Bullock Livery Feed and Sale Stables,

ing. The Sons of the American Revolution has been THE PUBLIC MAY!
-- ldierlo\"ed him and that is
the day school
*. J. W. Crosby and daughter, presented Ocala. Xo other man has held so
with an American dig: which was his highest praise. x
Ethel, went down to LaKe Weir Saturday raised to its plate by John Haushard, As soon as the war was over he was:: many high public trusts, and in timesof We carry the most completeline

i afternoon to spend a few day?. sr., one of the "Sons." This was the one of the first to beat his sword into a tranquility or disturbances, whether of Harness, Saddles, etc.,

ThU delightful report is very popular first flag ever given to a public school pruning hook and he threw the in or out of office, none of our citizen -

with Ocala people, there beiug quite in Santa Rosa county.it with s have tetuso persistently and in central Florida, and will give
i is eitim1tt'tllhat! about 1,500 people weight of his: influence at once Y
Dumber of our people summering were on the grounds: and the the conservative forces of the state. universally popular as he. Possessing our patrons the very lowest nv '
receipts were -: 15. Everybody enjoyed -
there. He accepted the office of county a vigorous constitution, temperate 1't
themselves, and spent a pleasant prices.Ve are thoroughly
W. F. Hamilton, the artesian well day The l them down iu the morning and bans like Pope Leo XIII, he is young at equipped for fitting out turpen-
been repairing the Freedman'sbureau
contractor, afro has again in the evening. came the agent of '

hb machinery In this city for the past --- and his dignified and tolerant 75. ., tine and lumber teams, gear,
A coy: MENT.
three weeks, exprctssoon to make his counsel to the negroes went far in the General Bullock has always been a wagons, etc.
To the Editor of the Oc: .a Banner. :
departure for Ocala, where he has secured The enclosed program cut from the direction of the pacification of the moral force in the community, and

another contract.-Gainesville Times-Union re-opened a train of then disturbed condition of atl'.ir.. has always exhibited great strength of We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers

:fees Gen. Bullock has very strong native character and if he shall enter the
thought which came to the writer on
Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons.
endowments and wheu iu his prime race for governor in earnest he.villdeserve ,
Mr. C. I. Grace, who recently pur- witnessing a part of the exercises on
orator. His services handsome treatment at the North Side Court llou>'''. Oca I... Fin
bad few equals as an
Fourth.I .
chami the Central Lumber CVd bugin. the
wonder how of the chil- were always at the disposal hands of the people of Florida.
..01 Ocala, has an advertisementIn many I IA

this ,,'ed'.. $tar )Ir. Grace is dren thronging the strees on that day, -.
thoroughly tellable and conducts his realized that it was the birthday of Manager McArthur Resigns. I Pleasant Porch Party

bunloroln the cam straight forward : this grand republic, or in what par- On account of presMiig Business I In the words of one of our con temporaries FLORIDA.BOILERS .

way that hU predefttfeors dia.- ticular of the day's celebration was Manager A. J. McArthur, president of : "how much easier it wouldbe

Brook*ville Star there a hint of what the Fourth of the Southeastern League and niduager to run a newspaper writing of the ENGINESPipe

July means to the American people of the Oak Hall base ball team, has re- things that were to have been"
Mr, E. F.. Bogarl and family, who
What was therein the pie eating signed the latter. He will retain his Last Friday a party of young ladies and
have been reldiug in Ocala for several Fittings to 12-in., Valves, Pump,
cooteht by a half dozen little ue roes! position as president of the league, had planned a delightful drive to I Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag Belt

mouth at Dr. J. M. "homnnn's on the cake walk that! was to be (moresuggestive however, and hopes to bring that orgtnizatiou Silver Springs in honor ofIr.. Geo. : ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line ol

Ft King avenue, left Saturday for Proclamation through the dark Dee of Philadelphia.: After reaching :
of the Emancipation safely
Duantllou where they will reside in J1 ILL AXS) :KI.\I\ (. S I' IIr.llls.IRON .
) aud the other grotesque clouds which have been overhanging their destination they inteuduleujoying i
future. Mr. lionet has gone into the
uuuiberson the program: to Munjeot; its destinies for the past", few days. a boat ride on the :Springs, having :
machine buNiuos and will :4 ,
that on that day more than a ceuiury Manager McArthur stated that it is a picnic lunch and returning home by I
make that touu hU hradsjuarters.It i
and a quarter ajro: was declared: this purely for business reasons that he moonlight.But ML KN33iOF! : WE WtlK
to rah) that the feast prepared by nation's Glorious Iodei-en3euce-that was compelled to tender his resignation the elements saw fit to interfere

(1utI.Mlow C. 11. D-iuieforthe Odd our forefathers, strong in the faith as mana;er. Realizing that the and during the greater part of the ; .--
I .
Fdloa'! would have tiupeil the cheek of their country's strength, grand .in position required more time than he ;i afternoon the rains: decended which I ----.a;_ ---- -- --

.t( tu a famous New York rvsUurvuterwuii their conception of the never dying was enabled to give it,and having the I of course made the drive impo:'::ible. THE CLUB HOUSE.Cuisine .

threw off heart he So not to be outdone the ___ __ --- .. _
...lou-y. (m the li.t of subotanui principle of independence, interest of the team at young 67- _

.. tens t.roilrd\ chick, chicken the yoke of bondage to the mother deemed it best to place a man in the people) assembled at Miss Port >'s and

slid of taxation who could devote the time to bad a pleasant "porch party." The
.It.1 l +an: First Ctass.Refurrisbed Reasoi
Dotes )ablt3
111"I( t lUmiiwi ire cream, waterr. and oppression, and declared themselves I the work. following were those in the party:

..t.- Hiding with ('ipN.I a free and independent people?' "'1 be management of a ball team is Misees Hattye :Mae Porter, Mary I

i rri M i lu-r, Uudt uaie George hall the commemoration of this no snap if it w properly handled" remarked Reardon, Sara Harris, Violet Harris, I : TrjrouGhout) Special Rates by Month.MKS. .

\ a \.U>l'h Dam, jde&Bie Briggs, day that marked the most important Manage Mr Arthur, and we Messrs. b. V. Dee, W. T. Wheeler,
i of our nation's history, so degenerate tie is right. S. Jewett and Dr. H. C. Dozier. I 0
I U.l t u. I. Jt .. mud Will Harosge period ... ....
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as to become a mere burlesque J. E. Mclhvaine, a young man who
i "" .Sao!" happy Friday sight : Turpentiaa Operators.
lula" ebnul tIMber, Mass I a day on which all law aDd order ,i is enthusiastic in the national game : Those who attended.the Turpentine -
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I I ....1..10. .... .11t.b4m. .. ..plen.1 is suspended aud in thus doing consider and is also very ambitious in behalf of Operators Association were the following

of the Oak Halls has __ I
.1', t II' ai. I I vutorteiBed thviu at that we are celebrating the the success : -

<* -i .WUjrtrtfttlly ** the ttle.I.f Fourth Can we not celebrate in a been appointed manager to succeed Messrs. F. Lang, L. E. Lang, J. D. ........MMH..H

<.. br ,.,*...., Mr. and way that our children may understand McArthur.-Gainesville Sun. Pope L. Horn, J. B. Lucas, R. L. .

J 'l'' t luUkM t no OvkUwahaftentuMt that there is a reason and a Might Was Her Terror. Barnes 8. 51. Davis: R. S. Hall, T. : READ
principle back of the fire crackers "I would cough nearly all night I
. a',1 C. Hall, D. A. Dlark, E. P. lhagard,
writes Mrs Chas. Applegate of
and the sky .rockets something J. W. Tiller and Walter
. s. littlegUriI, Rxy
\ i Ind., "and could hardly get any sleep.I .
. ,., itNr old dM htef of Mr. I: wbieb has made them the eons and bad consumption sit bad that if I The state organization will meet in : The Florida Times-Union ,

: ,., I' I U. Burford, foil from the daughters of the grandest republic on i walked a block I would cough fright- Jacksonville; on July 23rd, a committee '1fj
which the sun ever shone? aDd blood but, when all ..-
spit ,
fully from the Ocala association
t: .,:, ,AI .1111"l wh. .Is of the vehicle
1 With humility of spirit but with other mediuiue tailed, three 'Sl.OO REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES. !
._. was appointed to attend the aiming.
4 .I 'd'> ti!> uv.rh 'r body. is the bottle of Dr. King's Discovery wholly : DAILY AND SUNDAY

.1 'II' .iu... "Ut.'" iniaMHiitttrlyi. true American' patriotism cured me aud I giined 58 pounds." The commute consists of the following One Three Mouth Months, postage postage poid.paid.. ....... S 1.30 to : "

above subm'tted by a to gentlemen : T. C. Hill, Walter Q.\ Months paidOne .. '>> '
whoa MX
I i.: 1"'I i \ > Mr. Waldo )Martin RESIDENT.: i It's absolutely guaranteed cure W Year, pottage postage paid ...' 640>

*** t....i.jj aut errt d into l>r. Van i Coughs, Could, Li Gaippe, Bronchtis Ray, D. A. Clark, J. D. Poiw, R. S. ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY ITI9 $1-50 A YEAR. -
, Fla.: July 10.
n'.>I' III"t', \twao xauuiuatiou Ocala, 1 and all throat or luag troubles. Price Hall, L. E. Lang: and E. P. Thag-; !>emi-WeeUjr Edition ......Six Month $ .5p .",
f[ ------- 50e and $1.00. ,Trial bottle free at emi.U eefely Edition........ One Year i.ao 0 ;
|| Dr H.-v.t\ |.ruuom0 U her injuries Cures Sciatic. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Tydings ard. C9

BUMy! tui...nlolal' gv bd a stick Rev.: W. L. Riley." L. L. D., Cuba"eW' i & Co. m NO Pity Shown. I All communications and remittances should be addressed to G

.r a'bee pug |uut and be was returned :\ York, writes: After fifteeu days "For fate was after me con tID- TIMES-UNION JACKSONVILLE FlO IDA. :
" of excruciating pain from sciatic rheumatism Prof. A. J. Foskett, of Gainesville, years : THE FLORIDA ,
to l*r rvuU laughing. uosly" writes F. A. Gulleue, Verbena, _
f rich-py| v under various:: treatments, came here a short time ago completely .
---- to Ballard's Snow Ala. "I had a terrible case of Piles .
-! I* taro a toll I" OAt day. I Liniment was induced, the first try applicaton givingme broken down. He jumps about causing 24! tumors. When all failed

J Tab Uiatite Uromo Quinine Tab- first relief, and the second, entire now as lively as a youth on his first Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured me. i SflBCRIBE :

, "'tt. AU drunl.u.rtfUnd' money relief. I can give it unqualified rec logs. He is enthusiastic in his praises Equally good for burns all Mcbes and
1.00 at AntiMonopoly of White Springs.-White Springs I pains. Only 25c at Anti Monopoly
rAt &ub&rt U it fall*U to ou cure.each wx.-2 E. W. Grove's' ommendation.Drug 25cWcand Store m Herald. Drugstore. Tydings & Co. m ..i/..SSISI...IISIIa .




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pt1 s fan.fir o1J1 1? 1M.s I cave 51: :#!:: :: THE OCALA .
BANNER aadJaek.aasit Ie
u.1J atu.t b. bet Ai" .4.11it"iC ii
y (isa'l1g......., u' :." :91 fermmM by a fiecOoft of the ar fI rwtVsly' uertr harts:; aay Sirt.* !..lwD :- :
I g: t1f ..eAtd 1W a. 4!y9s asattietSeiOrw '. rbe wgan 4f Cad SHttt a araedrs3atorza 1r" Itpt2 eee tIH c;.. er. weeks T:r -l.iOC. $Ln. ....
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wltaii airy qteaettr -- mar s foal tar tJDder.t(0fiIII {rQa ....:te- TNleatter Xmt r. ::.:::2t ; THE OCALA BANNER and The C- IU.U'Jr.. :5:
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1s1r't, tlilsn t.4Aere :' fl 7 L+tlriiAWr ap 1ft tw. ,., ere taro bair gait and a jeitf far k>rt 2 fat&er i at r> a..1 ; THE OCALA! BANNER and.e wceL, !
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SAC rt___ m. IY.-s.f rtlert.f"t. Ts.. re& cer rbr nat6. sit, o t m r t: in; s ;.k tLe eul c. Mme. Gr.zz.J ad uer THE OCALA BANNER aadYork ThFW... N ;1

at soaratZ t Xx.+_ jUb mw A exey &i lira Quit far p-rl tat mead: to dUCmfit ootM. and wbta theyvrate drnn at tam far tan .. -
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I a year
> aid a3tsena3I ior.ire ha. per.halm they et8P t!* baira to mss and they alU-rsate nitstole' er n : 05 .
a s ak set CIIJ 'WiltQaU his (
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serer faofjoai i, Joe (star aft as itpake f6 tbtt tarry of a b3 of for for afeoct !'.i 'iajs: -tir. THE OCALA BANNER tadAtimm W-j+ kiv i CooV5nintioii a

that lassbai.e.w. ? ditzjas4 arc,<: bMk ,Wgc i, Cal., *ntFor 13yar TrJ ttt u.aJ. dw.n-tllft.: W 'fD bare a Ing tie t bit -lays o! ....:err : 1
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:tua n3 ut aafc soeb as 33B 3t. st fix Carwa a>l that the wufe \ == :::
{ fig tte7 1J"IotIW'hf14 tE+. r.ulvrsF : t'wsi i I tritoA eY;r7thitL Jt:own'I gf xrent ioIJQUI1? as+te it i. what Ueaifed racge cf a fir.rty of oe&Ithya ;:"a. ce I :: zire.75 a year ..

F rat apra'thir., Ail tt* a.xiasn{+1r aoce arfrra EI .ne Bitter* and it's the fmadaaiggtaJ tone vf the ea%'. a atir ace..oo a almwt i3i irs- : == -- -- =

U>f: jffA' At&iiei&fe.a on earth &>r that visidi ill very bi;JL Wlut d e Atodamraui Jab t:. He had r s*>3 to know of a i Cash Must Accompany all Order*
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"KS s", tr.e treat,. A sew /ulen of it om pt-t.rly tsar rtardf li w oid take TIM ,ot: r grizzly and: tier nro csbs t thai 3
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t..h JM& tu..i airredy dagtstsitupmeash -+t LiT'rr ail KiiarFfA and oaf e4 die awodi of a bottle s. tallow me sootlurm p'jrs; of tfsetii'rs P.ps7 ::wrz- | Ate : THE OCALA BANNER, M, Mi. |

stria,,? tie fos get to ftmdasectzi in iy Mince eue sprsz in ;2 ;
!: ia tfe* earth Jo buythatra Tystarat dvbfhty. Oalj !ill:. xtiefe"itsu : -
woesThe. dH.: rwH 'd the Colorado and IX-
:11.ra.1tr.ff by Anti-Hatui + : CUT CUT Ti-ls: Cal.P .'?: 'N. FILL t* INC ttbtK TO 'n4 *ftt. t 3
I'f'J1.r.4.SIin. ear fac a dpe*@ or;:ac. and it oem;. wary seen In tie; mountaLt; .::. :
rbre. Tydir: t t Co. m j fif!MJ z mauer of gwa w Mk to CPU .fqntana and were back !la Sir x- : ; :; J .i.i-:. ,.4 11 1 i ..t.'I .'t .......... ....

: lJfIlt.T OJtZAT.Tt wneuce a a ead COKA*. lvAeA, if you Sen azaia far aafttier wutef before the ;| :: 9 PC3'k EZ: aC :33ila.F : ;:19

: Paaxyr sat dtlUblJ wait beea Waat Capt.; Wetss Daunt. glace Oe oc- !u hands is front' of -your fa&-wig;: Getotr =--= > <--.I sal VV..VVes- .ata :--.. .. -

a.d CapC J. H. Wshh, of the Sataral arx aDd curve dwnc tMdtwani Moods .
rn tfJ asf J;, x1hi. Ilyecaa ; i .ta
Eridze pfjfioe la trout will apfr-ar to muss DJda.t PmirnmJie Her Father. =.1+ for -b{ baxst..OtteWtt1llLnva 4tbe :r
"'h d'j;t fc/Aw in the zroaad in tbi Orap :fruit O;., hat been itirV .
from bebiod.Ilsmao "" .. :
A young woman living in a !surlllage :jaa # .. '.. _
rntnarr, t,111 fait 1tt111.tI', tjlI)Lt atmf etanhrard brii: zing Aiwa wm* very fiae Porto bias aDd zmkey >** most tarad her graeefsi ta-cut f jr 4 :Siakk

IUI diinc with both ey *. Our whole geld == =f:1': ..____.. :
l't. Th* Ifeia* were with pipet plea from.the CVt, pia/:. dancing to -coact by carrrg ('n tie ==
of vision e-xu-od* o'er 1',;, A lit Ihl1l111lt hi last .
great difSeoiiy takes oat rf the ca?r, wit pr'Jattion. baIt a drcfer. The middle half of tti zeittrrtru. :: in that: art At the :>eginning ::: ..v R1=e: .

with evident rtfcteiaaee oa their part, The fruit Lt =a;l Ell *>e of a oper w* !w with bath eyes tog !itr. but of the tern ar class was itteialfed 4 :::I
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and fat over m.of j isto their tlu iIng or 1{. Ut,. The cumpay'4 property the guar>r at eat tide Is tees oily by an awkward, orergriwa &=. + -4_
frith ore eye. who was nuen to ne i of eneh colcsre.sh == Ott r
Ls In flCF *!aap aad :th* Ir .
eatnputmr eta. Th rf'JIlOO Fae All other aatmals see .ot t th;:g+ WM tie daughter of a k cai aMertaker. -- .. 3

tri:rarely tattered down and oovcryd puuing on a nice summer growth. with ace eye cailj. aroeij erg can After two hone she discon- Jac: ,- :,:, .

thickly' with fine ,sand di* ref Unt : They have now a large fore of ma Way fix both eyes on aajtliiB? at tie :Crd atteadaaee. and one of her a.- V :-: 9.6+ -... .++.... .. . . .a.f . ::::i
Mte ttme Bat there are cocs&ferableTarlatioiu. quafuaDCH asfa.d her why ate had Hll
and ..4Wtt.1ht dearie? aad preparing. ; groaad for A boiidfi Car isouzfe.sxa her lasts. -
; I given op ltalltItlNlttlttilllllUlhttUUllltlllfslUU/uttJritidl'{ ' ..........
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more crew which win be Ift out -wliat ik;dy approaches the OKditioa I. kW n. aafi' ibe. "Mis Blank never
: D0wlcg night the liftE4 were -
during. the rainy e aoa When these of a znontey. The larger the papil patr uze, sy father and so I won't : .--
tarce into the arena a;tia bat in a the greater the qoantlrj of lltt patronize her !clool." P:1Jaddpt.laL ,

vary hart time they ha.1 arratchri are paaUi! the company will have & bath tBttrs> the eye. Lore popiiedthfer d.Fr.

grove of grids tree!. i;.JPie. *!>re, a'e the work fci abr.htlr
away the band and i-awJi-t( and deg
aLAi more cfcfc rfaJ state than nay1ag Prvcioa !toDfa.In .

up the earth, anti it wa only fast la The lsng drainai?* canal 'eacbfnzfro thrM with malt pcpils. They gas see bcyifi.r gees always beg, coy or '"

ttrre: that the liotu were on e more re- ?n Arch creek toward the jFveruiade tttlags better In the uk or at niht borrow a iakK*<* fe and eiinitD tLe 4( OnIERrUL) B1 I\\ mm

feeveral miles u eompteted. The As every one known Crete tie optleaiilloakm itoce earefaJIy throcrh tie teiitaaItos .
: IIV/YfF'1 to ihuli traveling in
eage* eitetdlagfycglyanddangeraL -
farmers throughout that pictures, tie eyes! are eanJydt Flaws tnflsibte to the ruLkfei eye
m'JfA."I. section now ?iTfer eiate or entirely! d sty
f l eafe [Braseh of Commercial' B&nk. Ja -"' trine.
;: from dkastroo
Jv :rdow ._ ground apptan larger than a black the vale of the gea will be easily tee-(I
MaayJatk n< were (,f4r by ,
Florida Home rker.: square of tbe tame xtze on a white cZ nlzed. It ia really ttrowng IItbceyaway aAeeoaet

vatic ao per4I..e-petrfaiy lIy: tho.e groans! Red near green: loot redden a invest in costly stones wit .L ut < CAPITAL S5O.CXX ;

who knew catalog whatever about It Wi$ A Cod fear Far Mclsns.Oaehaadred / blue star yellow rAn bluer; w::its this eumJn.a. on. as many jewei lovers 4(

near black looks whiter. have found to their C&SL--Good Euaise-

mI.-oot no rail, faetrry one aM nifiety-fiTe ears Touch really isclndes several s&cses.Thos lutpinf;. of Firn*, Corporations rat Indi.Mtotla iltlMritwt.

cviukI Us foaa/L We thought of a was the iu of the melon crop at there are spots on the skin which Prompt Attention to all BMJM-: ....... M tMt 1 an j f

Change of eiimate, of air, scene and Martin thi Ha.r*n. The prices wereAox,11 feel beat only spot which feel only He Cot the Limit. Exchange &wnt and .Olt. 1

from cold spoU which feel only pain, spots "Do yon believe there i ia anything '
start to finish. Had ,
footL The lions bad the ,
a ca'- "
grown :
which feel only pressure and spoU prophetic in !
tomed to charge of air and climate, crop Un many time* larger it could which feel tickling.' These spots arccpplkd "BeBeve it: I bow it Only the i j, IXTEEEST PAID OX TIME DEPOSIT" .1 .

and the fotxl vnit the :are have bean sold at good prices.: The : with nerves capable of doiz? other night I dreamed that I was at a ,j

only one particular duty. The gecsattoEg church fair and awoke to find that my +
kind that bad demand wa. never no great in the !
they been ac. wife had beta and
of the skin are grosped by physiologists ; cry pockets M

cnntomwi to In captivity. We next history of melon growing and tbe into three kinds! -touch, pain taken rrywt aoo."Ealdnvjre News.t t{j I': h __

thought of the water, bat it wu pure prices were never) gooL The price and teIl enture. The akin which covers i' ,
a scar Las only one kind of sensation Perm aloa. The OcalaSeecl 8t)1'l : ti
VV: of $2W per car WM not
and and uouaoal.
gvxl there teemed to b, We
no It can feel neither pressure(touch Fond Mother-My son did not your It

accounting for this etraoge freak on win know better and perhaps do Letter proper) nor temperature, bet perceirea father forbid you learning to smoke? Is the Cp-To'Date Concern of this cit>- and Wlll

the of the animal. Had next year. pain Tory acutely. The tongue ia the Yocn America-Xo, ma. Wten I
part :lone or
most nsitiTe of all tea's to touch the asked him it I eight si Joke, he said. be glad to serve its customers in any way ,...WIt

two thown this peculiar pripeaeity,we People looking for the best drugstore forehead and elbow to heat or cold. "Not mnchr

hoold naturally have concluded that in Ocala, go to the Post Office We only dream sights and sounds. If we don't carry in our line what vat wait iisw as

they had "gone bad," but M all were Drug Store. When We never dream tastes ol\.'eIls. If Distant HeUtire. to us for it anyway and we will gt it far yo., ftO
buying aa lafalli- we dream of a tower garden we seethe "I have only the most distant rela-

quite young lions this cooidlinot! te ble remedy for sore eye they call for flowers, bet do not cmell then. U tires.Has matter what it may be.

i the ct*:. Dickey's Old Rdialie Eye Water i we dream of a dinner we see the dishes the family died oct?"

m but do net taste tlc-x.: ";o. They hare all becone rich" I BAXTER CARN Manager.
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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."

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: jm CIWSI72 EASaiS. Lccal Editor Mr. W. M. Gist McIntosh, was Cot T. P. Lloyd of Inverness, was )Ir. George W. Bigelow, euperin- F % t5i'!:!"

In the city Friday.Mr. among the prominent visitors to tendant of the Mathis plantation,

..::HAPPENINGS:0 ABOUT TOWN. Ocala Wednesday, who left their located three miles south of Ocala, i (INTI-MONOPOLY DRUG

Claude Xix, of Leesburg, was names on our Daily subscription list. placed this office under obligations for

Jlr. L0ul4 Daval, of Leesburg, was in the city Tuesday. two very fine watermelons-Ajax the I STORE'I
\V have understood that .
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largest of the reason.WA
II (ggla Tuellday. itr. George J. cjtrozier, of Ocklawaha I whether school keeps or not the fiddler Having recently purchased the Anti-Monopoly
EJ this' method of announcing to its former patrons!, as
>n has to Georgia spent Friday ia Ocala. should be So Mr. Pit- XTED-Boarders wanted! at 8a. io
)fu lira Ky* gone paid. as public general, that the prescription department is now better than

recuperate tman fiddled why should he not bepaid luda N. C., Pleasant location and ii ever prepared to handle this branch of the business with accuracy and

--_ United States Inspector Peer was within few uiinuces walk of depot and L promptness. Only the best and purest drugs will be used-no cheap I
? substitutea permitted to enter into the make-up of prescriptions left
registered: at the Ocala House Wed
r Robert Fwnot, of Lake; Weir, is host office. Terms reasonable with here for compounding. The drugs used are from the well known
I Mrs. lUmsauer and children and
nesday. house of Parke Davis &
t \ and others of equal reliability. Wedon't
ID Oeai& well kept table. Apply to Mrs. B. A.
TWtlnr Mrs. Blanche Hannah and daughter, use "nearly the game tbiuu" or "something just ai !good'," but
Seh Mrs. G. C. Crow and children left Willims Mrs. A. E. Zernom. M7-2U just what your prescription calls for. This last is of vital importanceand
jlr, : *>n, of Ondler, was Christine, left yesterday afternoon fora is worth your while to think about.
Wednesday for Hendersonville, N. I
rWting\ In Ocala Tuesday<< visit to Lynchburg and other pointsin Mr. A. H. Marsh, of Jacksonville, I
C., for the .summer
-- I IIr. Virginia.Mr who is now with the CommercialBank
Buroside !
)In. Clara :\ and Mrs. A. E. !leave ina has rented the Delouest house jj
Carolina. : W. W. Jackson a prominent .
from a malt to North day or two for Reiuaellar, Indiana, for the summer and with his family TOILET ARTICLES 0LWAYS ON rJflND.
citizen of Electra, and formerly a I
down to Stan- to spend the summer. will move into the same in a few
Mr.J.J. Tillis went member the board of county commissioners

too Tuesday to visit hU wife and son. --- was transacting business days.While I Give me a call when in need of anything in my line. I guaranteeto

Mrs. Van Patten of Tampa, returned out fishing one day last weekon give you satisfaction ou every article bought her. As to price. I
in Ocala Wednesday. propose standing strictly on what the name ANTI-MONOPOLY
and Mrs. P. C. Davis have goneto home yesterday after visit to and
Weir Mente
Mr. Lake Messrs. Otto m would indicate. Yours for business,

Timpa to visit Mr. Davis' mother. her sister, Mrs. J. J. Pvles. :\lr.8. P. Anthony and son, Ned, of Elmore Davidson made the magnificant m

Cedar Keys, were in Ocala a few catch of sixty-five exceptionallyfine J. W. CASTEL, Prop. ..
Crook will leave this Mr. Louis II. Chazal left this morn.

Jin. ing hours Friday. They left over the trout. There is no better fishing
for business Charlestonand
week fur Platka to join her husband. a trip 10 i4Wff 1h rd.I! !. ';;;:
afternoon Atlantic Coast Line trainor
anywhere than oa Lake
will be gone several days. ,

Mr. W. F. Hamilton, the well a trip to Jacksonville. Mr. J. Starr Sternberger sold yea- Mr. D. S. Woodrow has sold to the It may remembered that some

Wed- Mrs. J. W. Crosby and daughter,
tow, came In from Gainesville Judge W. 8. Bullock and sons, terday the property hitherto belong Atlantic Coast Line railway the years ago when the board of county
Ethel, returned yesterday afterncon
IIttda" __ Willie and Julian, of this city, Col. ing to the Louis D'Omito estate, consisting building on the corner of South commissioners were building a bard
from a few day's visit at Lake Weir.
JlS Young, of Inverness, was in G. C. Martin and Mr. F. B. Coogler, of one two story and two one Third and Osceol streets and the road to Silver Springy aod the Seaboard -

the city Tuesday on professional busi Mrs IL A. Alford and daughter of Brookaville, have been spendingthis story houses. They were sold to colored vacant lot adjoining same. We understand Air Line railway offered to

seas Miss Berenice of Port Inglis, left yes week fishing at Bayport.Dr. people residing at PanasoffKee. that it H tne intention of assist in the construction after crot-
Mr. Percy LUk, of Connor left terday on a visit to relatives in GYm the railway company to enlarge andn ing its property near the springs, M r.
J. :M. Eagleton and family will Mr. W. B. Conoly, of BrooKsville,
Tnaday for a visit to relatives in neticuL every way improve their freight H. L. Anderson, who claim to owo
i spend the balance of the summer who owns a number of fine racehorses
depot facilities, tbe present building the head of the springs and the
Indiana. __ Mrs. C. S. Cullen and children and at Weir Park occupying Mr. R. L. is a prominent visitor to Ocala prop.
well known being too small for their large and erty adjacent to it, secured an injunction .
ur.'J. C. Vertres, the Mrs. Horace Harold and daughter, Martin's furnished residence there. and made this office a very pleasantcall
Increasing' business.Dr. restraining them from doing
House *n.
pilatklau, was at the Ocala leave tomorrow for a visit to North They will go down the first of next; Friday. He left his autograph
This injunction .
WAS yesterday dissolved
Tttrtdiy.. Carolina., ,I week. on the subscription books of the ,Yo H. Powers received a telegram I Judge BjUock holding that

R!,. J. P. Hilburn came in Tuesday Mrs. Kate Taylor left Wednesdayfor i I Mr. R. D. Robinson, formerly a Ocala Daily Banner. yesterday which called him to Mr. Anderson i is not the owner of theproperty

from a trip to Micanopy and I resident of Ocala, is now president of Juliette where a fiagmau by the and that the board of county -
Opelika, Alabama, her former I Messrs. Klein & Campbell, the successful
aDd the Seabo r4
the R. D. Ropinson Investment
other points. with name of Lofton, in the employ of the
to the
home spend summer merchants the Air Line
dry goods on were not trepa..erll.Two .
I Securities Company and has offices Atlantic Coast Line railroad had been
weut to Floral relatives. I ,
Spar Fannie Stone south side of the public -
square yesterday Bottles Cured Him
located at Los Angeles, Cal., and So injured. We could not learn particulars
City and Dannellon Tuesday to visit Mr. G. A. Petteway, one (.f our closed a deal with :\Ir.S.: R. I was troubled with
Wall kidney
street, N. Y. but it is believed that the injuries complaintfor
fritnda. __ large turpentine operators spent yes. Pyles and are now owners of the about two years," writes A. H.

Rev.E. L. Todd and family of this terday in Ocala and registered at the The first issue of thfc; Belleview I Alliance Store. The buines will be are of such a nature as to necessitate Davis, of Mt. l Sterling, Ia."but two

city will wou move to Plant City to Moiitezuaia.Mrs. News-Letter under its new manage continued at the same stand and will the amputation of one of the I bottles Foley's Kidney Cure effected a

young man's legs. permanedt cure." m.
made its
ment appearance yesterday.It familiar
rolde retain its name.
: B. B. Ricker, of Lake Weir, _.
is supporting C. M. Brown for
Dr.J. 0. )3s. kin, wife and son, of was in Ocala a few hours Tuesday.She governor Miss Mattie VanFleet returned
C. L. Bittinger, for state
Dunnellnn, were visitors to the city wad on her way home from super-I home from Ocala last Thursday,
intendant of public instruction, 'I II
l"terday.lr. Jacksonville.Rev. where she has been teaching very
Frank Walpole, for railroad commissioner
I successful in the Ocala high schoolfor 'PITTMAN & SON'S

Byron West, of Jacksonville, J. P. Hilburn, Rev. J. W- I and'William Randolph Hearst, the past two years Miss Mattieis i

blhtgu of his frieud, Mr Oleo Hendry and Rev. I. :\\'. Ogle went for president:
one of the most fully equipped and
Zcwa\ ki.ExSenator. down to Spring Park Wednesday
Slight injuries often disable a man progressive young teachers in our
Roseborough, of Ala- on because several days' loss of time and state. Her many friends welcomeher

ehu county, was among Ocala's visi- The many Ocala friends of Mrs. J. when blood poison developes, sometimes home most! gladly.-Bartow

ton Thursday. Sanford Birdsey will regret to learn results in the loss of a hand of Courier-Informant.

that she is seriously ill at her home at limb. Chamberlain's Pain Balm ian If want to get a hustle on
Mr W. W. Stripling, of Jackson- you !I
Montezuma, Ga. antiseptec liniment When ap yourself, want to have those essentials
Tillt, wu 'fdraday autographed at
plied to cuts,' bruises and burnes it called vim and push without a continued
the Ocala House a51t. Mr. John Ball, representing the unnatural exertion, keep the j
causes them to heal quickly and with-
Consolidated Grocery Company, of organs of the body working like a
L Horn and wife were inOtala out maturation, and prevents any
Jacksonville, was registered at the newly oiled piece of machinery.
Thursday and were registered danger (If blood poison. For sale by I Raymond's Treatment of Liver Pills Having purchased the entire stock of the Broadway Furniture

attb Montezuma. Ocala House Tuesday. Anti-Monopoly: Drtg Store. m I and Tonic Pellets supplies the means; Company of this city, we are now prepared to show to the publicof

Marion and adjoining counties the largest and most \"arieclline
Morton of Mr.J. they produce unpleasant sensations: ,
)Ir- A manager
)lr. VT. D. Morton, formerly of L. J. Brumby, the well known no purging, griping or evil aftereffects of Furniture ever seen here. On quite a number of articles of
X. C. titockton's phosphate plant at which we now have an over-supply we can give lower prices than
Oeaa! but now of Cutting, Ga., was newspaper man of Ocala, came up but impart strength and vigor
Eve, has been a visitor to Ocala for the same goods have ever been old for in Ocala. If you are in
w the city Tuesday. from Atlantic Beach from the very beginning of the treat-
several yesterday and need of anything in this line you'll do well to come and see us.
the past days. ment. 23 doses-complete course-25c.AutiMonojxly .
\ spent the day in Jacksonville. He

Mrt Josiah Yarn left yesterday for )16es Lula and Aggie Couch, for has been the guest of the Continentalfor Drug Store. m PARLOR! l BED[D ROOM AND D DINING ROOM SUITS

Dalton, Georgia, to spend the sum merly of this city, now Anniston, several days, and states that there Hon. C. M. Brown returned yester ,

Bier with her mother. Alabama, are spending the summer is a gay party there.-Times-Union. day from a visit to Gainesville. A AT SUMMER PRICES -

Florida U always shipping some. Monteagle, Tennessee.Mrs. day or two before that he returned \Ve can supply you with a \V.ttt>r <'o.>ler at 75 cents to ?I.0-
Mrs. K. J. Owens after
a long and from Jacksonville and of course it U and they're worth twice the lllUll J. lu fact we can save you

ttlnj. Just now egg plants and pep. D. J. Burnett and children delightful visit with her parents, Dr. well known that he was in Tampa not money on Furniture of all kinds. Let us quote you prices.

Ir art going forward. aud Mrs. Ernest McGdhagin left Wednesday Wm. H. and Mrs. Marean and other
many days: ago for it was in that city OLD BAZAR BUILDING OCALA FLORIDA.
All Floridians for North Carolina to spend friends in Ocala and viciuty, left this ,
will regret to learn of he made hU announcement for gov-
the the summer with relatives.Mr. morning over the Seaboard to join her
aerlous Illness of C.>l. John A. ernor. Mr. Brown says he has not yet -
husband in Pensacola. I
Mrs. Owens'
at Tallahassee.H John }1. Dye, formerly of this reached the stage of putting up his J. F. EDWARDS'BIG
health, which was much impaired
Dr. is of the Southwestern political fences. He is now engaged
city, note secretary
Dozier and Mr. G. V.
... when she came, has beeu comlletelyrestorld. 1
Dee returned Tuesday afternoon Oil Refining Company, whichis 'I l in merely laying the worm. Later on WHISKEY HOUSE

-- he will begin building his fences and
Los Cal. ,
*ta short visit to Orange Late. located at Angeles, I
'Tak care of the pennies and the i expects to have them well staked and

Wr.Arthur ti. Ihirris, formerly of'iMorto Mr. D. C. McMulkii, a prominent pounds will take care of themselves." I ridered before the first primary i is Gainesville Ocala._ _Fla.
-- ----
of Tampa and a former Large things are but r.r. : ::
now of Savannah, was reg- attorney an aggregationof pulled off. = 1% 1M I -

fcrwi at the Ocala. House Tuesday. member of the legislature, was among small things. If we take care of I -- I l.:._:
It appears that the big games of I ::: i ,
the Ocala House guests Tuesday.Miss the small things we are in effect taking V
The Atlantic Coast Line north I base ball to be played between Tampa -
care of the large things which the S -
grand train Tuesday was four hours Irene Westgaard, who has acid Jacksonville are not to be pulled .-i r --
small things combine to make. Take II .s = ; ::- ::
&.caused ly a washout Welshton.r. been the guest of Mrs.: Clarence Camp off in Gaines.ille and efforts are ;,- = :; .::.
care of what you eat, when you eat, : ::. $i 1.1.
-- -- for some weeks, returned to her homeat being made to have Ocala! selected as O -
and Mrs. Otto Mente and child- and how you eat, and your stomach 4 :7 a -f :
Gainesville Tuesday afternoon. the place to play eaid games. To 00"; 1 li
*** an4 Mrs. Menne's mother, who will take care of itself. But who 9- ,
have the games! played in Ocala a 0 -._
**T* bees weeks at Mr. W. D. Edwards, of Dunnellon, takes care of such trivial things I ;: Q .
spending some puree of 5250( and SO per cent of the i- .
Lie Weir returned home yesterday proprietor of the New York Racket That is why, someday, the majority of I gate receipts were donated and -- .

'ltrnOCID.f store at that place was among the people have to take care of the stom- & -
knowing ones believe this offer will : I
f business visitors to Ocala Friday. ach. When that day comes, there is I'
nuby Ocala friends of Mr. no aid so effective in undoing the be accepted and that our people will oo I _

8Andk7 Lei tar, whose serious illness For headache, a sick headache, a results of past carelessness as Dr. I have the pleasure of seeing the games. : i'.BlursXUEl'SER' ItL'SCJI BEER ;, ..i-
-- -- --
%u flOW In these columns several "splitting" nervous headache: in fact Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.It Ocala besides, making this big offer,

old kind of a headache use Raymond FINE WINES. WHISKIES and BRANDIES.
d'J54o willIe any I strengthens the stomach and has the finest diamond in the state.
that hell restores -
glad to learn PilU. They clear the system of M;t:!.00 Rye Bourbon at... _..._,_.J1.7S )(y>4 so G'B at_? .. ..- -nwlvl.5O
"tty lODe" the of digestion and ... :t.00 :My ioo North Carolina Cora at ... Uf
organs :
Utter. the of headaches. 25 doses 25c. nutrition Sound kidneys are safeguards of .. .. ..
cause I My 3.00 ........-.... 2.56 My 1.50" 3l t'a DcsrCon. Lee
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m to a condition of healthy ac with My 4.00 .. ____, 3.00 My 3.00 .., N .. ....
life. Make the healthy .
For kidneys |
a lazy laver Chamberlain's i ii i My 2.00 Gin at___ -- .. .. 1.75 My 4AO"' N N !? .
teach try tivity. It cures biliousness, heart Kidney Cure. m I My !._,_ .. 5--- 2.00 V? 4.oa New England Rom at..... __ t..r
..! tnd Liver Tablets. They in- A postal card yesterday from Mrs. burn,flatulence, indigestion,palpition -- I. The Jug and Keg Trade lade a Special Feature.

1 } cwate the liver, aid the digestion, Edward Hiller announced that. sbe WANTED-Position on good farm. In sending your orders always send enough to cover the coal oi }af a. Hili-f alto* jags. Igallon *
dizziness,cold extremeties and a score Fifteen years experience in Florida jug.Ijc2-gloa,ly.;3-gallo1ljag.350; kegs.51. .
;' te the bowels and prevent bil- and her son and daughters were enJoying lien more whiskey and better whiskey than any house ia Fk.ridabccauc sin .-,'.
of other ailments, which are but the farming. Age 4S, no family. Best re est goods and tall measure.
.:.; 'Utcu. For sale by Anti-Mono- a delightful visit at Denver, symptoms of disorder in the stomachand ference. Apply to T. D-iil, Silver QtrialorderwntMnvinceyoathat"wearelhepea le." Ten*.ea.hirUta, '*Hf."l .
Mono-7 Lrug Store m Col. its allied organs. Springs, Fla. 7-17-41. "t"J.. F. EDWARDS.


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THE RAILROADS AND THE NEGROES. RACE SUICIDE. 444444444 4444444444444444I I -

THE OCALA BANNER. I POLITICAL CHIPS Jim Damps and wife Inrariiblj'

President Roosevelt's remarks on : lid Force for Sunday CTtsiaf tt1,
As time advances the railroads When cook west eat tilt aft.ruea"
FSAKZ EAB3IS, Editor. "Race Huicidl'," is being replied to --- .. M Tit but a saucer tad a ipo.a
like the negroes are getting further To wwb. talk cot RrimAad -
with some vigor in some quarters.Mr. THE STATE PRESS. :
?. 7. Lemngool, Business Hasager. and further away from m. aU arc leas+d,It laudlN
Roosevelt's ideal American is "
Saanj J a.
Up to and for a long time after the 44444444444444444444444444It's
one who is ready to work, fight, suflVr
civil war period there existed a com- immaterial with us how many i F
and children. Others he regardsas <,
5 munity interest between the white "Bobs" may flop up in the future for I (--
shirkers and criminals.
man and the black man. political honors, Bob Davis, of I
Work is a blessing but when one
As children they played together Palatka, is as sure to be our uext governor i
works and still alrno-t starves it is
on the farm They shared each oth- as the sun rises* and bets i
something else
and Crystal River News.
ers joys sorrows.
Tae i
Rev. Hugh 0. Pentecost says to
After emancipation them came the 4444
"fight for liberty and the advance- Editor Harris'
"parting the ways." The more emphatic
ment of the race, is glorious; but to the
candidate more
The farm and its memories was) refusals to be a ,
MOTTO: THE BANNER, BELIEVING tight for conque.-t-to be made to fightis
of the state
vociferem press.
THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO suddenly and rudely broken up.
THEMSELVES, HAS a crime of magnitude., To suffer make blufl at beinga pleases everybodyin
TAKE CARE OF The "old master" and his slave, Harris ought to a
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRI- if cannot be avoided
bravely, suffering to some of every way.
candidate once, just see
CADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, now a freedmau, went out into the
fine but to be made to sutler
;; AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR world under changed conditions and is ; them back water.-:St. Petersburg

TUB BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE or to regard it as a privilege is a
BOTTOM._ drifted apart. Times.

The new generation now in sharge degradation." 4444

He goes on further to say: The Jacksonville Metropolis has
FRIDAY JULY 17 1903. of affairs do not share the old feeling
"To be married and have children, sized the Tampa Herald up correctly.
and the old lyml1athyand the slave I
if you are intelligent, and are sure Those: Jennings editorials and those.
"A BAD BREAK." epoch stands out solitary and alone :

in history.So you are bringing, your children into a Stockton scarecrows were manufactured W. Uk ...

desirable world, is well; but marriageand by a Tampa lawyer, who devotes "We QM Tore1 rt tome tat) ttkt
The esteemed TallahasseeaD is likewise, immediately after the It exceedingly.
child bearing, as it now goes on three-fourths of his time in making "IL R. 8irnui-
pleased to observe that the Ocala civil war.period, there existed a sympathy -
among the poo and ignorant, is a slates to have them smashed by the
Banner made a "bad break" when between the railroads and the
crime against the race. Most married Tribune. W-ll
inditing its article entitled: people.
people among the ignorant are unfitto 4444
"Our Bob"-He "Jes' Latl ." When that conflict was upon us in -- -- -
be married, and they have chil- Louder and louder grows the whis- I t- --- The Tallahasseean copies an article its intensity the railroads in the MORE TKOUILK Jtitc..lel.u.d ".1"; .i M.. i, _......
dren as animals have their young- per that the Hon. Daunett H. Mays,
in reply to it from the Palatka Times south like the volunteer soldier, were How do Florida democrat* tand oa lbauty Tttt,...
without thought or purpose. Think of Monticello, may enter the guber- II
Herald which ends as follows: placed absolutely at the disposal of the taritl question anyway Iu wiiue *.**
of bearing a child to live in a tene- natorial contest. If he does shy his THC riHT Nianet 'I e .
"The opponents of 'Our Bob' may the country and all thought of com- quarter they an* Loutin/ for it Uritl I
factionalism and all the other ment or to work in cotton mills! If castor into the arena he will have an Ttwrv my .* .hwMgMIMd Heana rtttue
cry mercialism was lost sight of in the duty upon pint-apple It begin to I
isms they desire, but the masses are this were all there were to hope for, earnest and eloquent champion in the i* IN* Hllfc, ...t I' ....
splendid patriotism of the owners. look as though pcnplit! who can l I. ,
on to the racket, and they should the race had better suicide." person of his kinsman, Maj. Charles are .r a... Mrt .+tMn .af iM its aywe
After the cessation of hostilities the benefitted by H tariff tort u' want it
speedily nil down on the unsavory Bad, inconvenient, disagreeable as B. Parkhill of Pensacola.-Times- are .... *..... I.. W...... tyiJaikusse't1I
methods now beiue brought into playin railroads found themselves in a most without regard to race or preview I
it is to be poor, still the hope of the Union. ......... the ,attt.l.q
certain quarters. Let us have a crippled condition and the strugglesof 4444 condition. u Lcol" News I
clean world lies in the direction of the to IIM roNs iN k ...-. V ft
campaign"A .the owners for their betterment Capt. N. B. Broward, several times 444415ROOME I
clean implies poor. l f..MIM, ... path.. .JI h"'. ... tMDwruw .
campaign a digni
excited the broadest sympathy of the sheriff of Duval county, is mentionedas

fied one and how is that to be accomplished people. The shippers and the travel- !Search the census of France and a probable candidate for the guv- Senator Kirk H thinking of tittering +t* .-.*. ant penia...

if we are to be met: at all ing public gladly put up with all sorts England, and, indeed, the United ernorship. There seems to be plentyof the race for secretary of state, ro efcwt .MM yettuttl.al .ret rwr Attt I

i times and all occasions with the Itre. of patfneteit ..... ww,
c on of inconveniences, because the pea States you now find, however piously men who are willing to be gover. state some of the press who wroi a
migkt .... ..... ........, ii.t4
.f steretyped phrase: ple and the owners of the railroads inclined very few if any Samuel.and nor, but since there will be more than little disposed to get oft'a little MUmmer it i*

"Our Bob"-he "jes' latl l." knew each other and shared the be- Susannah Wesleys, with nineteen two candidates perhaps the more the time boom on candidacy, but Jxfcnavitt. Md Uw ywn.. dtws

i racy M" .... M.to ..- ,... vol awl
If the Ocala Banner's article has ,
I lief that their aspirations were iden- children seated at the family board, better. If candidates continue to bob just watch and see the fate of tb. lit
II .. ......... fa lilt.. .... W
I the effect of p
with that
doing away tical. but among the poor and less intelligent Gainesville yet decide to tle boomlrt when it i is struck by tbat
I up may L. ..*.! ,., MMM .*.<*...... -
I silliness!: it will be willing! to hive 80 accommodating the officials these instances are not rare. furnish one.-Gainesville Star. big Broome from 1&--..... .
.I made most any sort of a break. that it has been said that they some- When offspring ceases the world 4444 swept away ho clean that the {politfoal **44

Besides making the campaign a times stopped the trains to let the must come to a halt. EXCUSE US. voters won't be stirred.-Lake Sutler ,.W.t4 isa At ;i

t Clean one home tone and dignity At rate, no one can accuse I I
pa-seugers pick blackberries!: alongthe Without inhabitants the world any Star. I dear ...... ..... "........ tilt
I V should be given to it. )Ies-.rs. Taliaferro and Stockton of 444 .
roadside. would Be a sepulchre. F.HAlLY HR JACKMKNVIIXK.Thereto ........ Hurt Iksetsi .....*t m waft
ever being guilty of doing the Ga tou-
The old Atlantic Mobile & Gulf ant hi.k r dtet..... 1M ....
Bad men think others bad. Po it were better to follow the blind : a rumor atloat that a litI'W

railway running from Jacksonville instincts of the poor and rear families Alphonse act.-Palatka Times-Herald. daily morning paper is to l*> started iu l of .t.ea.t. MIl sr Atrh. ,..
Silence is sometimes noble de- to Tallahassee, jogged along until lean e.si n. twNray.
a y NiplNMw
and in
risk the consequences of poverty NOT MUCH. Jacksonville about the first week
there was nothing left of it but a .
jence. than follow the example of the rich Gen. Bullock has taken our ajvice October, and that Mr. Fitt.,of Miami, .: 'he ttryllrrt.at 1M' c..w.at.

"streak of ru*.t" yet, never a complaint Hwitaek !. .... eat to <.. ... d
The north is proving quite adept at and let the world's population cease. and laid gubernatorial aspirationson is to be its editor. It i i" situ to lit' a

lynching. was made against it because And, after all, an examination will the shelf, whhh is a relief to !Some political venture, and will. run PlorhfaUmipto wW II.t kttttrad If.n tr I
__ __
the people knew the knew
owners .
of P1.ti. wru4 ha .s
find that the inventions of the world of the other gentlemen.-Palatka through; the timpauju.: Wlietb it
Hean-t'a clubs are forming in all the straights they were in and believed thin oM .
v tMMl OMNialMl
mi a petted
the literature of the world the art Herald. is in the interest of Mr. J.: X. CStoektonant .
parts of the cuuuay. that they were doing the very .,
b *w ntlt v tit UM f it4 ..
J. M Birrs
---- and sculpture of the world, the discoveries 44* Mr. waewu-
bust that could be dOLe under'the A FALL FROM DIZZY HEIGHTS. I. .\.... .... /I, 111k. ...., ...
A man's word seems better after of the world have largely not postively ay.-Eat Cus.t
circumstances.The 1._.. ....d 11 .... .
V the cards are scanned proceeded from the world's humble Hudson Burr still has a decidedcase Advocate.rLOISOY. ,uunar.t tar.t

road, in a word, belonged to of gubernatorial fever, and his .... I man tkatwe.t ......... ..... teia

Votlaire *rote "Uliipe" in his 17th I; our own people and there was an ingrained poor. temperature is rising with his am- AND STATESMAN. tll.4! aenLIII... ......ai ....... .

belief that the owners of it, As the contribution of the humble Robert W. Dim w.s a pi, -boy iu
taw .. crt .... it
and "Irene" in his 84th year. tition. When it falls, what a fall it yaigwt ttar

like the balance of the people, poor we may count: }Plato Aristottle, will be.-Pilatka Herald his youth, a soldier in the ConWrf fetirttIttpi Tit.N4'WN .

We don't believe the governor will were engaged in laboring for the up- Moses :Mohammed Budha, Jesus and 4444THF ate army while yet a mere J.d. aud ....

be elected a member of the joker's building of the state. his twelve disciples, Shakespere, FELLOW WHO "LAFFS" LAST. then among an impoverished people, I. iliUA.ua ...

: club. Not until the railroads parsed into Burns. Columbus, Napoleon, Clay, The fellow who "lafls" himself into in a land devastated by war, he rut** Ja.t wily Mr. rt.ru aMtenitiA

the hands of foreign bond holders Webster Lincoln Franklin, Morse hysterics is to funny to be governor of by his owu unaided strength anti fore ,... lit T'IS.. M ata.... iii Air
A Kentucky belle i
young, wealthy .
: and beautiful is and became the property of aliens, Watts Stevenson, Edison Bell, and a Florida. "Our Bob" is taking his "]an" of character to a ranking place iu the I elldrty 1i N.t ... tturoty 't 1M"
i soon to wed a Japanese -
a graduate of Harvard and a was there the least mutteriugs against long list of immortals all down the now, and the other fellow will have itwhen congress of the United :;t.t..... He any p'tikird. ,../....t +rhs$. -r I

convert to Christianity.It them. line. the votes are counted.-Perry has been a faithful cOllgrt IU1U. He
And, even then, these mutteringswere Advocate. will make a wise, patriotic and bou**! :taw gaenae ... ,... me.Ij bwat.n.
seems to us really that the car- not loud because those we had .44 governor.Palatka News. ., N. _..... Ifl u.. rnAtt
toons of the Tampa Herald are rather known long continued in their em- 4444 ......,..... wf). ....... ,u .... ptwtMtof
Columbus was, 50 when he startedon Frank Walpole's friends who have
far fetched and fantastic to be hurtful ployment and the companies' headquarters tk. WI rUia4 ttr tHlll ... .
his voyage of discovery on a trackless been counting on John L. Morgan'sresignation Senator C. M. Brown, whose! gutr
to Editor George. continued in our midst. .watt. astir ...... -- efp
sea. Jackson was 5S when hegalnl'd to give him an openingfor
have '
But, like the negroes, the railroads aspirations recently atki nIa..t tlittaltaYMf ..........
The editorial of the Times the battle of New Orleans. an otlicial position have again been been hanging fire, awaiting the de4. .
page continue to get further and further ,/ u. Vuiwe ad cu..,... oc1 tM .
Union is catching the inspiration Tamerlane was Q'2 when he overran doomed to disapointment. Morgan nite decision of ex.t'onKreoaa
so away from us. I I ooaaty. ... troll a Iwiia, ..,4 0the I II
Asia. Von Moltke was 70 and Emperor says he has no idea of resigning.-St.
prevalent in other departments of the Bullock have at last reached tiw
Very few of the "old timers" remain ..t aid tk N.Nte.4 rite...+fse
.- and is doing itself and the William was 73 when the Franco- Augustine Record. powder and the explosion haw
paper state
in their employment and the ooow-1 I will nut 11....t 1M.... l'a4bI.
J German war was planned. When he 4444HEARST
most excellent service. red. It now behoves him to
of the
headquarters companies are ; nor nay itkw -=- .8 MI terelalee.na.
saved the day on San Juan hill Gen. die, sink or swim, for a candidate he
now located in distant states. Wil- t.d wpk ttiat U..Mu. +Mu ....
Democrats can't elect
Alton If the
Judge B. Parker
spoke about Joe Wheeler 61. ''
has decided to be and candidate b
a *
.. We fear there will never again be i .wt ..... .. .... Nr eapp eI Ye1tN
five liam :Randolph Hearst they can't i .
twenty columns his theme being Gen. John A. Dix was 63 when he is, and the burden of the proof of his :

"By Due Process of Law," and it was& that old time feeling and like every- said "if any one attempts to haul elect any one who is l opposed to the biei. t I pa..1k, vi ... ....,. 11 $. ..

thing belonging to and forming a lalk of nominat qualifications rests heavily upon I" .... taw lie wW pt ....; f... ".o'iIn .
hot It's to
day in trusts. no use 7
July, too. Can a presidential down the American flag shoot him on -Gadsden County Times.
the "old south is
part pf rapidly "ltlJ..n.-T. tics
boomlet grow out of such a flow the spot" and was 75 when he was ing any one who was even lukewarmin .444
slipping away from us. I
er? elected governor of Sew York. the Bryan (campaigns for he can't WANTS STEVE'S SHOE TeT Nimertaii.. Iila. tI Me....M

If the Tampa Herald don't get out Florida Will Sweeten the World. Gen. Winfield Scott was 62 when be elected.-Daytona Gazette-News. Robert McNamee, legislator 111)1-) II ".,I euI... 7..i N' iIN .... AIM

\ the of with 4444AGIN" cian and lawyer, arrived in the city 1 I ...
of breath before the campaign is The Fort Myers Press states that Dr. treaty peace was signed 'EM. HUM m my .Itfc I h.. a *+*

Mexico and Thursday afternoon and registered at .. .. ....
was 75 before he took off Kurt wtltette'*-* r
over, it will make Editor Wilson, of H. W. Wiley of the department of The Tampa Tribune scores the legislature MV MW
the Times-Union his eppaulettes. the St. James Hotel, where he made I, Alkw Millet, .T N.ffMi '.*.. '10
responsible for the agriculture, says that the Okeechobee for the penurious manner in
' I Edmunds: Morrell Hamlin, Grow, his, headquarters while) in the eity. MI II t... ..
"gun MS ,
powder plot" that occurred In l.silpet.rr
region is capable of producing: more which it treated the newspapers. We .
England some centuries Pugh, Morgan, Pettus, and other sen- Mr. McNamee was one of the heavyweights again n.dai.da. and Ae.ia''*' 1'..
ago. sugar than is now grown on the entire have never known of a legislature
ators and congressmen, were and on the door ofthe house during I hate .aMilttt tttw. ward" .ad tip
? island of Cuba. The soft muck, with that did not exert itself against the
Mr. C. A. Dupont is quoted by the water drained will some are still in active harness in the past session, and it is reported BY Uw. I..a ....- It... .. ..... dill"dtoedt.
from Beforean
away, yield interests of the newspapers.
St. Augustine Fla., Record to the their eighties. that he will enter the race in the Mjr ktt.kr-d swat''+pefhllrt.fur ......
two to three tons per acre of sugar election the newspaper men are .
effect that farmers of St. Johns coun- William Cullen Bryant made his second district against the Hon. pMg.se*.. "..... '......
-not sugar cane but cane sugar. "IT" but when the lawmakers assemble Fri
tp will put in 2100 acres of sugar cane address on Mazzina at S3, Voltaire Stephen M. larkmtnTa1IAh- and ti..UNi ......t evS'j
Most of what is now an almost impas- they are "not in it." ....rt, dIIi
ly w. ...... W'
;; if they have the guarantee that a wrote his master piece "Irene" in an.
f sable swamp will soon have value of 4444ANYTHING .444 ..,....t ...... uai ... .*.> I use .
sugar factory will be built at some his 4th year, Joaquin Miller, long
.L something like$300 an acre. For Jice OH LORD! OVER RIPE FRUIT WILL SPOIL. flit &0.. as iI1f.MNrw' Iltt'" 4
point between St. Augustine and past the biblical limit still writes lia.rtamIkot4lJy
production the territory thus reclaimed In making up their slates for various Gov. Jennings half again disappointed lelie. I'k.it.iJ
Palatka. poetry and is planning another expe- I .illl .c Meu.r&, oJ. t.Mtaah4d1
will be peculiarly suitable, owingto offices, the "old ring" seems to the entire state. It was generally lb' ..k
: dition to the Klondyke and Leo XIIIis t.y It
Mr. Samuel W. Teague came up the ease with'which it can be over- have ignored West Florida. We thought that in his Fourth of July was..Mrlb.t M.i e.It u... I ...

from Lady Lake Monday. He heard flowed. It is below frost line, and disappointing his doctors in recov- however, will be satisfied with Bob speech he would publicy declare his elu4 a W fry I a ......,. tb. -- k

I the governor's oration at Eustis on that is another advantage of no small ering from ait attack of pneumonia in Davis for governor. Taliaferro for U. ; candidacy for the United State wMWtbafl fa t.tf& I ".aI..i M" -

the Fourth and says it was listened to importance from the view his 94 year.Recollect. ttwe ..** epee ,,1..114"_ .
point of S. senator and Lamar for 3rd district senate, but he read nothing about it ., .

by hundreds. "Governor Jennings'senatorial Florida farmers, whose crops in districts that you have no more congressman. We would also be either at Eustis or Tavare, m it mud .. said ... e. abler MftCil.gtr ..I;wllMbrg .,"1 .,.
I I. gat. eiir
aspirations says Mr. one hundred miles or so further disagreeable things to put up with glad to see Hon. S. M. Sparkman succeed be guessed that the time U Dot yetI I.l.chid ere tLr* It/l a ti. '....

Teague, "is no longer a matter of con. north are so frequently injured or than have other folks-sa don't worry himself from 1st district.-Chip. j I ripe for such a declaration IU.I coed ..." Fat ... b, Aati WICl !

lecture destroyed by cold. aloud ley Banner. fruit spoils before it ripens, and be IWWi>... a. ,

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If) POPE'S' CONDITION EMPLOYED' PLANS VISITS l SQllADON Denver, July 14.! -Meeting.Sunrise convention '. .1t. '

services in five church markedthe 1 .
-- opening of the fifth and last day The liniment bottle and flannel strip are ",:

flo Immediate Climax Feared Twenty Thousand Resume He Breakfasts With Admiral of the twenty-first biennial international familiar objects in nearly every household. ,, \: ., -, !
They are the weapons that have been used for :
However. Work In New York. Christian Endeavor convention. generations to fight old Rheumatism and t .
Cotton on Kearsarge.MANY Large audiences attended these are.t
; about as effective in the battle with this giant 7
early meetings and thousands of En- r.>
HE PASSED A SLEEPLESS NIGHT. NUMBER WILL BE INCREASED. CELEBRITIES PRESENT. deavorers pledged themselves anew disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers fat f
would be in modern warfare. ;
Will Refer All to carry on the work which the organization -
Hid Momentary Hallucination, Believing Disputes to All Ships In Harbor Were Dressed has undertaken. From 8:30 Rheumatism is caused by an acid, sour 1
Board of Arbitration-With the Mechanics condition of the blood. It is filled with acrid, irritating matter that settles t
that a Shadow Flitted Through Rainbow Fashion and Royal Salute to 9:30 o'clock study classes were in I
in the joints, muscles and nerves, and liniments and oils nor nothingelse
a Large Number of Labor. session at six churches.
Hit .Room-Faithful Attendants Was Fired as Prince Boarded tho "China" applied externally can dislodge these gritty, corroding particles. They
the of discus-
ers Also Retained to Work. was subject were deposited there by the blood and can be reached only through the blood.
His Fears. American Flagship. sion the
Gulct. by foreign mission study
Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and
,, New York, July 14.-Some 20,000 Portsmouth England July .-The classes, of which Rev. Harlan P.
July 14.-The popt's condition pains, but these are only symptoms which are liable to return with every t
Rome, skilled mechanics in the building Prince of Wales visited the United Beach, of New York, was leader.
for the change of the weather; the real disease lies deeper, the blood and system t
t took a turn slightly morose trades returned to work today under States squadron this morning and Rev. E. E. Chivers, D.D., of New are infected. Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently cuml j

t till morning, but the change does the modified plans of the Employ- breakfasted with Rear Admiral Cot. York, led the discussion of "Our until the blood has been purified, and no remedy does,this so thoroughlyand 4

l BO; crepe apprehension of an inns era' association. This number will be ton on the flagship Kearsarge. All Brother in Black" at the session of promptly as S. S. S. It neutralizes the acids and sends a streamof l

r date tlimax. !IICrot ied to 50, OO by Wednesday, the ships In the harbor and the chan the home mission study class. A rich strong blood to the affected parts, which i

Lut nIght! ,.M rather a sleepless unions with that membership having nel fleet at Spithead dressed ship conference of "floating society: work dissolves and washes out all foreign materials, and the

cab particularly in the early morning voted to accept the terms of the employers rainbow fashion, manned sides, and ers" was held at the First Universal. sufferer obtains happy relief from the torturing pains. -:. I

,OW'I. The official bulletin frankly i one of the effects of whichis fired a royal salute as the prince boarded I 1st chnrch, at which the subject "How S. S. S. contains no potash or other mineral but j

,peW of agitated periods during the i to to away with walking delegatesand the American flagship I II Can Floating Christian Endeavorers is a perfect vegetable blood purifier and nosf>; !

BlfU: and confutes that the general I refer all disputes to a joint board I The prince was received on the i Be Extended." was discussed by Chaplain exhilarating tonic. Our physicians will advise, without charge, all who t

'cocittiofi of the patient !is somewhat of arbitration. With the mechanics quarter deck of the Kearearge by Ad- R. E. Steele of Newport News, write about their case, and we will send free our special book on Rhcumatiiaj t

snort dtprwed. It developed soon after a large number of laborers returned to mini Cotton sad hU officers and the Va., and others. and its treatment. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, fia. r

the iwuince of the bulletin that work and operations were resumed by party descended to the admiral's! cabin Treasurer William Shaw presided at .

the 6>pr slon was quite marked andIt material supply men for breakfast, at which President a prison workers' conference la the .. e

eoaUcued to manifest itself through. i Roosevelt and King Edward were Plymouth Congregational church at f

nt the forenoon, at one time assum- SCHEME OF GOULD SYNDICATE. i toasted Admiral Cotton subsequently which addresses were made by Mrs.

escorted the prince of Wales around George H. Williams, of Nashville

Proposes to Weld Wabash Roads Into the ship after which the prince landed, Tean., and others.

One Grand System. with the warships firing another royal "How to Save Boys" was tM subject i
Pittsburg. July 14.-George J. Gould salute, and took a train for London. of Judge Lindsay's remarks and

who with a party of Wabash Bond Missouri The deck of the Kearsarge present. much interest was shown by the dele- f fare

Pacific officials spent the last ed a striking scene at the time of gates In his relation with youthful offenders Dyspeptics

36 hours inspecting the Wabash extension the prince of Wales' arrival wit the brought before him as county t
every day by their own careSeeI-
to this city !In an interview, men in white uniforms and arms naked Judge of Denver.
neaa: Core that cue of eonatapatioa before it
r said: lining the turrets, bridges and "The Field Is the World" was the 11

"It !s our purpose to weld the Wa- rails. The British flag was flying at topic of the forenoon mass meeting in becomes chronic. Take

bash roads into one grand system be- the maumast: and the whole ship was Tent Endeavor. Under the general 1) AVON'S[ LIVERPILI5

fore long that will reach from Ogden. dressed in rainbow fashion. Crossinga head "Our Home Problems" a''.resses I

Dot. LArrOM: ASD yAZZO:' h Utah, and El Paso, Tex., at the Mexican red-craped gangway the prince, who were delivered by several prominent J "ANOTOHIG 'PELLETS

border the west, Kansas was accompanied by Ambassador workers.Dr. \f
on through -
arming! aspect This was I I the only remedies which assist Natore and do sot get ia her I
Ill in City, St. Louis Pittsburg to Bal Choate and earl of Sleborne, first Sherman Doyle of Philadelphia,
the seemed to lose his I way. Powerful purga&TM gripe, paiD sod make eo&finMd
whoa pope timore. We intend to make the lat lord of the admiralty, and others presented some carefully prepared immigration /! I
tangible surroundings. Fortit drug-taken. Ramoo'i Remedies act geoUy sod lean teyntem
JIM? oa ter city our seaport on the Atlantic.It passed through the line of sailors. statistics and in the courseof \ ;
too since his illness began indepeodent of For ale all doftltn
Ant drug /
la a magnificent! one, but has been With Admiral cotton and Captain his address on "The Foreign Prob
tiers was ft momentary hallucination Your druggist will furoub free wapto or .. will rJ '
neglected We propose to develop Hemphill standing with .their handsat lem at Home said: "Many of those

the patient believing that a shadow and make it a great port. We do not their chapeaus, the drums and who come to us fromdistant points
Ut4 through the room. The doctor Brown Co.
Intend to go to New York. There Is bugles sounded four flourishes and in j have no intention of spending their \ Mfg.
tie attendant succeeded in
sad more eclat in a trunk line into tb response to the signal from the flagS days here. They are undesirable socially New York /
his fears. Outside of these I
Quirting metropolis, of course but it is too expensive ship all the American vessels hoisted I particularly! intellectually, mor. r//
puilttf period of depression the ge.n.tral as a freight exporting ter the royal standard at the main and j ally and spiritually. They have no and Qreeneville ;

condition of menu] alertness con- minal. Baltimore is the best porton fired salutes of 21 guns. As the first I understanding or comprehension of Tenn.
When Drs. Masscnl and Lap-
.4 tiaiwi. the Atlantic for the exporting of gun boomed all the ships in the harbor our political principles and institutions

pud made their morning call the pa- uh commodities as will make up our including the royal yachts, the I and display great ignorance upon political -
about Dr. Rossoai ask-
test I Inquire tonnage--coal, grain and packing- Victoria and the Channel Fleet lying | subjects. They are morally

kr: Louae products." off Spithead, dressed ship. I and spiritually degraded. Our foreign
"11 does he come to see me?"
I not
After saluting Admiral Cotton and i problem at home Is thus seen to be
MCI told that! Ilcssoni was ill, he I
t THEY MEET IN LOUISVILLE. Captain Hemphill. the prince of Wales I a very great one. We must Americanize POST OFFICE DUrU .STOItC. O( .U"", I'LA.V .

sill! : it shook hands with them and walkedaft and Christianize them or they ..
41 him he must take care of -- -
4 Southern Clothing Manufacturers to with hem, being saluted by the will unchristianize us."

tlnueJf. Form Association. marine guard. Arriving on the quarter I..........................

DAY. Louisville, July 14.-A number of deck the prince saluted the other I Sues for $20,000. .... .
THURSDAY southern cluhing manufacturers are guests and proceeded below to the I Birmingham, Ala., July 14.-James I .

.' in session at the board of trade build quarters of the admiral and captain, Smith administrator of the estate el :

i Ftp Thinks" tie May Expire On Feast ing today, the object of the meeting which for the occasion, were thrown Edgar W. Smith, has filed suit againstthe r

Jp Day Carmelite Madonna. being the organization of the South together, the tables being tastefully i Southern Railway company foi Making Advertising

I ern Clothing! Dealers' association.Over decorated with flowers. The princesat : J20.00Udamages; in the United States
Rome Leo
f July 14.-Pope is credit 9
tJ with having bald: 100 members are representedin on Admiral Cotton's right. The court, alleging! that his intestate was

"If I am destined to die from this the association, which will have other guests at the same table were : run over and killed while he was waling : N :

iUn ii I feel I shall expire on Thursday for its objects the protection of the Lord Selborne, Ambassador Choate, on a trestle ''Ileuthe Nebo mine e\\

i the feast day of the CarmeliteJJidofica trade against various abuses and the Lord Kerr Field Marshal Lord Rob I in Jefferson county May 9. -

solution of labor problems by the erts, Admiral Sir Charles Hotham, Sir
whom I specially! worship. i *
This is remarkable because: i-a a manufacturers acting as a uait Among Archibald Milne. Vice Admiral B&res- i I Treat your Kidney for Rheumatism.Whenyouraresuiferingfrom I' e
those present when the meeting was ford Captain Lambton, Rear AdmiralSir .
ttrullIf it coincided with the : rhuema-!
called! this Edward Chichester Henry j
to morning were White
prophecy made In the twelfth centuryby
SL Malechy, the bishop of ArBaib Leonard Parkers, Nashville; M. A. secretary of the United States emmassy -: tim.! the kidneys must be attended to I II : One drop of water does not make the oceanS :

who predicted that Pope Leo Kory and Joseph N. Korey. New Or- ; J. R. Carter, second secretary of at once so that they will eliminate the
leans; S. H. Kurloe and R. M. Weaver the United States embassy Captain LOne grain of sand will not make a shoreS .
would te succeeded by a pope symbolizing j uric acid from the blood. Foley's Kid-
the motto "Ignes Ardens," Corinth, Miss.; A. S. Xunnally. Atlanta Stockton, the United States naval at
tache and other is the effective One feather does not make a bird
(burning! fire), Indianapolis and Cincinna American and Brit | ney Cure most remedy S

The Carmelite Madonna is a patron- firms are also represented. ish officers. t j for this purpose R. T. Hopkins, of I One leap will not make a frogS I
l{ There were no speeches after the
, ti of the Carmelite order, which attributes I Polar, wis., "After unsuccessfully
SHIPWRECKED CREW SAFE. breakfast, the rising and
its origin to the prophet Ell- company IT IS ALL THE RESTS .
toasting the king and the president, i doctoring three years for rheumatism
jah, who ascended to heaven in a S
chariot of fire lies W eg a member and Captain and Eleven Men Thought to the band in the meantime playing national -| with the best doctors, I tried Foley'a I\ .

I protector of this order Is Cardinal Have Perished. airs. On the prince of Wales Kidney Cure and it cured me. I can- I : :
expressing a desire to Inspect the ship
Gotti, who Is looked upon as the most Port Townsend, Wash., July 14.-A | :
Captain Heraphill, escorted him along cot speak too highly of this great .
Lkely successor to the pontificate. private cable from Sydney, N. S. W.. .
the gun deck of the super-structure I "
medicine. Post Office Drug Store.m
brings news of the safety of Captain !
and also below. The prince appar- I -
Oertal, of the wrecked German bark
Booker Washington to Speak. ently had already some knowledge of .
At:ants, Ga., July 14.-Booker T. Edith that sailed from this port lumber Vrofeeetonal.
the Ksarsarge, as he was familiar w f fI pi
Washington principal of the Tuske- laden for Port Pirie. The Edith her characteristics! and made a remark l ........,- -...-- And so it is with most things in life and ($
struck the Nereus shoal, a reef north i 1.--- A
iw Normal and Industrfe- institute about her especially excellent ventlla- 1.i i m E.BIGGS.j especially is it true that one advertisement w
of Caledonia, during a terrific _
at Tuskege Ala., will deliver an address west tion. At the conclusion of the inspection I II .1

in this! city tonight on "The gale and broke up March 19. the prince complimented Cap- j I ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. 5 will not make you a successful advertiser.: gft

Home Its Relation to the Solutionof The crew escaped In boats, but Cap. tain Hemphill on the splendid condition I (Office in Gary-Agnew Block.)

the Race Problem." His address twin Oertal and eleven men had of the ship. As the prince cross. !OCALA, FLORIDA. I ( Layout a line of publicity and put it in $

will be in accordance with the annual been given up for lost until the receipt ed the gangway Lieutenant William V. i *
of the news today to the effect I i
program prepared for the observanceof Barrett, of the Kearsarge, shouted: InD. Fr-LLER.--: !
the that the party bad after heroic efforts I e S
anniversary of the establishment "Three cheers for his royal highness DENTIST.

, of the First Congregationalchurch succeeded in reaching Norfolk island. -the Prince of Wales!" |j Over Munroe &Chambliss Bank Ocala, Fla. I !
colored. Five-minute address- The same cry arose simultaneouslyon ,
Robber To Be Tried.
** of welcome will be delivered by Bank the other American ships and the I M. THOMPSON"

Governor Joseph M. Terrell Mayor E St. Louis, July 14.-George Collins, cries of the four heartily hurrahed 1 J I : v < X That Will Pay x X X S
P. Howell alias Fred Lewis, the confederate of PHYSICIAN' AND S RGEOX.I .
and otheR the prince meanwhile standing in the
"Bill" Rudolph, the bank robber, who I Office over Tea-pot Grocery Opp. :Montezuma I II
center of a group of officers with his S .
Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble escaped from Jail last Monday, was OCALA, FLA.
hand at salute. I
.,. a
taken to Union today for trial on the .
and Don't Know it.
How To :Find Out. charge of killing Charles Schumacher- As the the ships ships flre3 pulled'a royal out of salute the, station the I I J H. CHASE. ..S'.ISSS....S.S......ISS.

a detective, who had been sent to I DENTIST,
Fin!! bands played "God Save the King.
a with
or common glass your arrest the two men. Although not I OCALA. FLAI -
l eater aqd let it stand twenty-four hours a Not to be outdone in courtesy, Admir.al .
.. present Rudolph will be tried on the I I ESTABLISHED 11 YEAIIS.H&HHE .
sediment or settling Beresford took up a position in !1 L. SISTRCI, I II
f Sheriff Thomas B. CARLOS
k: Jrj indicates an same charge. front of the British blue jackets form- \ -
"Q" unhealthy condition Brusch. of Franklin county accompanied ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. BROTHERS'CASH
: ( )-( ing the royal escort who were lined {
ei I l' Yj" of the kidneys by four deputies, escorted the on the dock facing the battleship | Room 4. Masonic Building, Ocala. Fla. 5 aS rI

if it stains prisoner to guard against his escapeor Kearsarge. Obeying a sharp order, I MAIL ORDER HOUSE
your linen it is rescue by Rudolph, who has not yet j EDWIN SPENCER
evidence of kid- the detachment presented arms, while I ,

\s ney trouble: too been captured. the British band struggled, with rather -I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Wholesale Liquor Dealers.

frequent desire to Issue Death Warrants. poor success, through "The Star I! OCAtA, 7-8-y FLORIDA

ti? pass it or pain in Tallahassee, Fla., July 14.-Governor Spangled Banner." As the escort ,I. I' Authorized} Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in Wm. J. Letup

: the back is also Jennings has issued three death marched away the Americans again I Brewing Co's St. Louis Beer.
COllvinclrr prod that the and blad-
", totrecucf order. kidneys warrants, all for culprits convicted of rendered "God Save the King." Ii i Study at I Home Sf"god"time i,

; What to Do. murder in Duval county. The doomed Mrs. Found 'I' Too
There is comfort in the knowledge so men are Frank Carter, convicted Cummings Guilty. I|1 can more. With the Tablet Home Study Lessons you Aithmenc ard not :1246-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville, Fla'
lena eooakeeiuZ.
14. The lene home to
J>L Louis July sealed verdict or employment
1 often: expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- murder of Charlie Phillips on Algebra.teometty.t'tammar, Rhetoric, 1.otenWf". History.I .
of the
Root t. the of the jury read id court today I I phvstct.Latia.etc Tnchersai.lcd to pass eaminauoos.orts. PKICE LIST UPON APPLICATION'
peat kidney remedy fulfills every November 2, 1901; Frank Roberson, I of succcs>. C1rcttals eeAdkeuhtalxh: ,P.ratka.h.
"tsh in rheumatism in the finds Mrs. Minnie Cummins, charged I
curing pain
of the murder of James --
convicted I.
tack ltdaeys'lVerbladder: and every part with killing her husband, Dennis Cummings I
el the unnary passage. It corrects inability Smith on October 25, 1901; Ed Love, April 20, guilty of murder in
"boU water and :-. convicted of murder in the first degree -
scalding pain in pas & the second degree. The penalty was i 4d-
". or bad November 1901. All these
effects following use of liquor, in fixed at 10 years' imprisonment in the I
vine or beer,and take place In Jackson-
overcomes that unpleasanttecesrhy executions will
penitentiary. Mrs. Cummings will

Curag the d day being, and compelled to get up many tc go times often vile on Friday, Aug. 7. I on July 20, be tried for the alleged FERN HILL EYE.THAT .

r murder of her third husband, Edward
;,, Oinaf the night. The mild and the extra- I
,,.: erlnary effect of Swamp-Root is soon Railroads Fighting Order. Harris, who died Oct. 5, 1901.
KaSMd.! : It stands the highest for its wont Raleigh N. C., July 14.-The Tall- : .
tertII cures of the most distressing cases. roads are making a hard fight againstthe txplosion In Powder Mills. GOOD WHISKEY

U you need a medicine you should have the recent order of the corporation mIkes barre, Pa., July 14.-An explosion
WA Sold by druggists in SOc and 51. sizes. commission fixing storage and demur- occurred at 1:30 today at the Laf-

.: Tea may have a ample bottle_of this rage charges on freight, and a time lin Powder mills, near Mouaic 12 miles ROSENTHAL & SONS. Distillers Cincinnati, 0.
wonderful discovery "', limit for the delivery of freight. Therailroads from here. Three men were killed, ,
tad t book that tells .II.., -:::__ is impossiblefor and it is thought several others are
claim that it
mere about it,both sent t: !f.i '"'" & CO. Distributore Ocala H0I' .
absolutely free by mail, 'I, them to move freight as quicklyas mortally Injured. The force of the STRAUSS ,

Dr. this order requires. On the other explosion interfered with telephonic
Jddress Kilmer & Home oIlnm! r Roo: '
Co., Bing 'ntcn, N.X. When writing men. hand shippers are clamoring for the communication and accurate particulars "

*a rta.tnt this generoJJ offer la this por.. I order to stand. are difficult to obtain.





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r -.r1. YS of fish and when KENTUCKY REPUBLICANS.B I A.A.A.AA.A.AA.A.A.A."A"\Y'A. ".". "
banKS with a cargo I ,
WILL MAKE QUICK off East, Pass about 6 miles from the POPE STILL CLINGSTENACIOUSl I

shore was suddenly struck by a squall lknap Forces StillClaim Enough
Come Our Store
and went ow. Y TO LIFE Vote to Nominate. f
TRIP ACROSS OCEANTo -- -- -------
Wan, who could not swim, clung to Louisville Ky.. July 16. The mum t

the wreckage and begged piteously for ,
tug session of the Republican state
some one to save him. but the survivors Pa- For Shoes
Test Speed of American Little Change In August convection finds the situation in there

of the wreck were unable to render for first place on the ticket but
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Battleship. assistance. The Lyons was a tieat/3 Condition. little! changed.; The Beltenap forces

new vessel, just making her third voyage DANGEOUSNo : &ae still!! claiming that they have the \Ve have the best line of Cheap and Medium
KEARSARCE TO MAKE RECORD. and was valued at 8000. I 1.135IJt. necessary to nominate on
I Grade Shoes handled in Ot'ala, and we Kuar
the first ballot It is admitted by
CIUDAD BOLIVAR SITUATION. II I Recurrence of Periods of Delirium I antee pair solid leather. .
Great Warship Has Been Overhauledat I II : many, however that the oppositfon to

Portsmouth, Eng., and Her Com- Revolutionary Forces Still In Possession I: Which Heretofore: Aroused Apprehension I. the leader gained somewhat in Your money back on any purchase if >'IIU

mander Ordered to Establish Rec- -Physicians Say He May strength yesterday and that if the SUlJJrtlrs want it. .
of City.
of Hon. Augustus E. Wilson

ord of Speed.Portsmouth Soledad Venezuela Sunday, July Linger Many Days Yet. a Attorney General Clifton J. Pratt CHAMBERS SHOE CO

1: 'The situation before Ciudad Bolivar Rome July 1C.-The pope's condition are able to prevent the nomination of
England, July 15-Captain
Hemphill, of the United States is unchanged. It was reportedlast shows practically no change s.nce Colonel Belknap on the first ballot 2nd door from corner Opera Hou- Block, (K-aU, f +11STRAUSS'
night that the revolutionists hadevacuated' yesterday. After a comparatively they have a chance of nominating
flagship Kearsarge, received instructions
the city, but this turns out qaiet night he became restless during Pratt or Willson with former GovernorW.
way to clean tha warshippropellers
to be incorrect The commander of the forenoon hours and complained of O. Bradley and Judge A. R. Bur-
fill her bunkers with the
the revolutionary forces is still in pos his inability to sleep. He turned Bam as possibilities in the event of -----
best coal and go at the highest speed
session. Yesterday afternoon at 3 uneasily from side to side and a struggle of any length. STRAUSS'RESERVE
with natural draft to Frenchman'sbay 76""Trje
Ma. This is the first occasion o'clock a sip! bearing United States seemed. unable to settle himself in a The day's work will begin with the .

and parliamentary truce flags left Ciu comfortable posture, but there was no meetings by congressional districts to''
fa Urn of that an American
dad Bolivar and crossed the Ortnocc of those dangerous peri- select members of convention commit
battleship has beea subjected to the
to La Solena. President Castro's' ods of delirium which aroused such tees. The convention will be calledto ) FiQest"FULL ROYAL
test This recalls a similar voyageof
authority received the j-mJssary. a apprehension yesterday. order at 2 o'clock this afternoonby
the battleship Oregon during the
priest who said fee came in the name The doctors continue to feel that C. M. Barnett chairman of the state

war with Spain. of the foreign consuls the bishops and the patient's condition Is extremely central committee. The temporary QUARTSDELIVERED Four Quarts
Divert commenced work this 00 3e50
ing on cleaning the propellers and leading trades, to ask General Gomez, dangerous, but they say he may linger chairman will then appoint the members 4 $6. Delivered $

the government commander to receive tor days. They report that all of the at large for the committee. At 4
1,500 tons of coal will be delivered to
him tomorrow saying he bad an Important ordinary calculations are Quito likely this point the Belknap supporters hope
morrow. Captain Hemphill will follow
message for him. Learning to fall In the preeeno of the ordinary to score by the appointment of two of
the great circle route leaving thAt General Gomez
was not at Sol*
case. Speaking of the specific condI- their number to the committee on credentials -
Portsmouth at 9 o'clock Friday morn dad. the priest departed promising to
tions the doctors say that they think thereby assuring themselves
ing. return. The Associated Press corregpondent that 249 contested Belknap votes comprising ..
pneumonia has practically disappear
Admiral Lord Walter Kerr visited questioned him concerninghis .
ed. The re-gathertng of liquid in the the entire Louisville delegation Pabstbeerisalwa
the Kearsarge this morning. Ha was reasons for hoisting the United
pleura Is so slight as to cause the patient will be seated. The reports ol
receive by Rear Admiral Cotton and States flag he
aa was not an Ain ri- no trouble. The chief remaining the committees will be followed by the
Captain Hemphill and under the latter'8 can. The priest replied:
danger lies In the almost complete permanent organization of the convention
guidance inspected the ship. "Because the of the
flag United
prostration succeeding the acute stagesof and the adoption! of the plat
The Kearsarge returned the courte-: States is respected everywhere"Tae
the clsease. form. Nominations: will come last,
*!es extended the United States squadron priest refused to reveal the abject
and on account of the contests before
here by a rception this afternoon.The of his mission.!
FEARED MOB VENGEANCE. the committee on credentials may not
ship was elaborately dressed with Ai 11 o'clock last night the man-of- be
I reached until tonight and possibly an spiweoHe
flags! and the quarter deck was covered war Bolivar, with General Gomez on
Rapist of Little Girl Protected bya other session tomorrow will be neces
with a canopy made by the flagsof board, arrived here. As she passed sary.

all nations. idmiral Cotton Captain before Ciudad Bolivar she was fired Strong Sheriff's Guard. Former
United States Senator W. J.
Hemphill and other American captains upon but without effect The Bolivar Albany, X. Y., July 16.-,James Lit.t1e Deboe will receive the Btlknap backingfor

received the guests. There was anchored 2 miles above the city :! the negro who assaulted a 11-year- permanent chairman, and Commissioner

dancing on the superstructure deck. and placed herself in contact with old girl near Baltimore yesterday and for Internal Revenue John W. brews beer to suit the pop

the besieging goverment troops. The who was removed to the Catskill jailor Terkea will be chairman of the com
Keen Interest In Naval Circles. remainder of the Venezuelan fleet would him
/ fear a mc,9 lynch was mittee on resolutIon There Is not

Washington, July 13.-Keen inter composed of men-of-war, Sey Oura, taken back to New Baltimore for arraignment enough anti-administration sentiment

est Is felt in naval circles in the result Restaurader, Miranda and Ventre de to make a show of strength. The ular taste; some light and some

of the transatlantic cruise of the Mayo, are due tomorrow. When they The negro was an abject wreck resolutions will be of the stand-pat variety -

Kearsarge which leaves Portsmouth have arrived 4,200 men will be readyto through; fear, although he was guarded and an indorsement of Roose

England tomorrow via the Great attack Ciudad Bolivar. by an especially strong sheriff's posse velt's candidacy now seems assured dark but all absolutely ]pure. Its

Northern route for Frenchman's i Bay, The government authorities Intend in the trouble. The New Baltimore 1 ,

tout: of Maine. Captain Hemphillhas to give General Rolando a chance to cob, composed of farmers, striking I

been directed to make the cruisea reconsider his desperate situation in molders of Ooxsackle anf boat hands

test of the Kearsarge's long cruising order to prevent the treeless shedding' had gathered. Among them was Jo- KIDNEY CURE not an experiment but an as-

speed, and it is expected probably of blood. If he will surrender, he soph Coie. Cole was savage and drew. ,

: the hlghes: record for an American will be given full guarantees of safety i revolver. He was quickly disarmed -

battleship of the Kearsarge's type will for himself and followers. There is no disease so insinuating -
by Deputy Sheriff Gould.
be eatabllEheJ on this trip. The prisoner was taken safely to j i ,so slow but sure, as kidney The disease sured fact, and thus the widespread -
or so wide-spread. symp v
PROBATE JJDQE FLEES JUSTICE the Jail, Justice of the Peace Nelson toms are so slight as to generally

CURlED WEALTH BEING SOUGHT. refusing to begin his examnation until escape notice.

Judge Whatley, of Clay, Under Seri counsel was present. Counsel from The first indications appear in popularity of

Philadelphia Man to Dig for Treasure ous Charges. Coxsackie will go there today or to- the urine, with varied e fcts. The

Montgomery, Ala., JulrI5.-A judge quantity may le increased or decreased -
morrow. The favorable conditon of
on Warsaw Island. of ; it ia likely to be highly colored -
probate of Alabama, a defaulter the child has somewhat allayed the excitement
and scalding; it may be paleor
Savannah. Ga., July 15.-\\". H. Has. to the extent of perhaps $5,000, and a thin, or thick and milky with a Pabst Blue Ribbonis

lp! of Philadelphia is here to dig for refugee from Justice is the present sen' I. sediment. Later on more pro-

buried treasure on an adjactent sea sation in state politics. SHAW GUEST OF ROOSEVELT. i nounced symptoms Mill be present,

Island. It !Is net a wild Captain KidJ The name of the defaulting and I such as di&iinra, bloating, etc.,

and cf an a \enture he is ca, how absconding probate judge is Judge M i II with marked bladder and urinary .
of Is Entertained: iisordcM. -
Secretary Treasury: I : -
ever. W. Whatley of Clay, who sent in his at Sagamore Hill. Poisonous! waste matter is collectedby explained.

Tie treasure he is after was buriedon resignation to the governor about three the blooJ from all parts of the eys-
Oyster Bay, L. I., July 15.-Secretary tem and carried to the kidneys,whereIt
Warsaw island in 18C9 by a confederate weeks ago and then disappeared and is separated and cast nut through the
of the Shaw the
Treasury was guest
soldier: of the name of Amos BerS nothing has since been heard from urine. The kidneys deal with tbe blood
of President Roosevelt today at Saga' only, deriving nourishment there- j
lien who died in Philadelphia last him. from. Hence, if the blood is bad the
more Hill. ,e came here to discuss kidneys are not only overworked bu.
week. Berrien who had been in the Assistant State Examiner George F with Mr. Roosevelt some matters of underfed. How necessary is it, therefore For Sale by
employ cf Mr. Haslip for the past Sedberry has just returned from Clay that the purity and vitality of the
Importance in his department He blood should be maintain ed. 11 is plain
ten years, often toll that gentleman county, where he Investigated the accounts why the great blood purifier and
has just returned from the middle
that he had treasure buried the and vouchers of the probate strengthener-Dr. Harter's Iron Tonlc-
he went to conduct some investigations has been successfully used in treating STRAUSS & CO
Georgia coast judge and while the report has cot yet kidney diseases and in prevenhngsame.
relating to the treasury
In purifying blood the kidneys are
, Shortly before his death he told Mr. been made public it !is rumored to department Concerning these he desired greatly relieved while, at the same time, ,

Has p that In his! trunk would be be quite sensational new strength and vitality are given
to talk with the president these organs.; The following letter tellsa
found certain papers and parchments When seen Assistant Examiner Sed very old story:
In additon to the secretary, CharlesJ. Wholesale Dealers
Liquor -
: that would be of value to him, and that berry declined to talk about his repor: Bonaparte, of Baltimore, James PINE KNOT, KY. June 25, 1902. -

the property was all to be Mr. Has- until it was submitted to the gover, The Dr. Hinter Medicine Cb., Dayton, 0.
Walker, the magazine writer, and H.
lip's after Berrien died. nor and is given out from the executive GENTLEMEN: I had a severe case of
H. Kohlsaat, of Chicago, were guests OCALA FLA.
f. Mr. Haslip investigated; the trunk. office.It typhoid fever six years ago, which left ,
of the president and Mrs. Roosevelt at my kidneys in bad order. I bare trieda
Among other things he found an old is understood, however, accordingto
luncheon. Mrs. Bonaparte Is one of number of remedies and taken treat-
piece of sheepskin parchment, which a former report made by the assistant the special counsel of the government meat from doctors,but Dr.Harter's Iron
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t had evidently done duty as a drum. examiner to the governor that Tonic has done me more good than
appointed recently by the president to
bead. The parchment contained a : Judge Whatley's defalcations date everything else. C. CORDELL,
assist In the prosecution of the cases
of Warsaw back four years and consist chiefly of Merchant and Mine Operator.
map island locating a certain against the Indicted postoffice officials. /

. spot. Accompanying it was a retaining the warrants of old soldiers There are thousands of just such 1

statement to the effect that Berrien on the pension rolls, whose warrantshe cases aa the above that are treated alaI'
Dredging Work Stopped.San without results because
5 would withhold the they are
was first mate on the confederate telling old sol.iilJl's
Francisco, July 16. The workof wrongly treated. Mr. Cordell's '
blockade runner, Lucy Verne, out o! when they called for their warrants condition resulted from exhausting of tn-health It ,.
an 1
t Dl1 that the state board of dredging through the shoal in San 1'v 'SsS than probably!! &1:?S' v
Pablo bay to provide a deep water
Virginia family named Starke was had turned them down and refused the rest of the system, bad been rSEHsrir upon the fiat htdicaa i

' Aboard the Verne was chased by a to grant them a pension and he channel to Mare Island navy yard. has wasted by disease. No: wonder Dr.Harter's qulntae.or that dwd'iy'minertl ullua!! v 1W1U1I.t *"*- ?
would' come to a l sudden stop. The con Iron Tonic promptlycured, Doo' Do *
their Ie. Its
fcsderal war vessel warrants when received Dan,.rous h i a't
tractor has withdrawn his dredging because it purified and enriched the necea.ary f:1ther, We poaitlTCy (UAriDtee u all
go to a bank indorse them
Finding themselves! overhauled it ,
blood and such blood carried
plant The United Slates commitsloner new
was determined to bury the treasure and get the money on them. has communicated with the con strength and vitality directly to the HERBINE

)- aboard on the shore somewhere. Ber tractor but has received no definite kidneys and to all the organs. toPUnnandrnwunTLyc.t."" : .i .MT f..,. -j -H-I>. p .. 1' ;.

rien was one of th eparty assigned to Innocent Spectator Kilted. assurance that he will again proceed FOB SALE EYEBTOHEBE. &Sd dlom ._u.ytv7{ .w lCi T "t iT'"'T

bury the treasure. He made a map New Orleans July 15.-An Innocent eoiwu all bwer.kldncj kf.i*,-., lfhiJJ
with the work. Under the advertised .500 per boUl.. AUDru.fuiT s;
of the location on a drumhead, which spectator of an early morning shooting ,

'. te Kept Several times, Berrien says, affray in the tenderloin, Tl. E.Reed terms of the work the government is j jJ
1 1I
entitled to declare the contract for' jj J
be attempted to recover the treasure,, connected with a large Canal ) j jI
felted but it has not yet made anymore I
but something intervene street establishment! teas shot throughthe
: I In that direction. The war department I
1 ilr. Haslip Is positive of the correctness I breast and instantly killed. A
has been notified officiallyof
bf the story and says he will devote man known as Dago Pete was tryingto
what has
a month if necessary to locatingthe kill Artilleryman Garfield Bowers, rCn7 -- ---- -

treasure, which according to Ber- of the United States barracks, when I
Dentist Assaulted Nuns.
rien's memorandum consists of gold Reed rushed out of a neighboringsaloon
San Francisco, July 16-"William H.
ccin and silver plate.DISASTER attracted by the shots. He McMillan Bros
dentist of Columbus 0.
caught one of the bullets. The murderer Selbach a assaulted -
three nuns wearing the black
AT SEA. escaped.
and whIte robes of the Dominican

Mallory Appointed Trustee. order on Market street and narrowly r--
Three Drowned Off Pensacola-Story Southern
Montgomery, Ala. July 15.-Governor c.acapel1aerlou.s injury from a mob. He Copper'Vorls
of Suffering. Jelks has appointed H. S. D. Mallory was reaeoed by the police after he

Pensacola, Fla., July 15.-Five sur- of Selma, trustee of the Girls' had been badly beaten and taken to

Tivors of the schooner Amelia Lyons: Industrial institute, at Montevallo, to the city prison. Draft for a large ..t, Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

were brought to port Monday in a fill the unexpired term of the late J. gum of money was found in his posses

small schooner; and tell a story of B. Graham. !!non which, he says, came from salesIn ROLLS FROM Only the best t and General Metal Workers.

peril and hardships they encountered. the eat. He is believed to be de OUR OVEN material goesinto
Broke Wife's
About 1 o'clock Sunday morning the Skull. mented. the oven and

vessel was struck by a squall and capsized Jacksonville. Fla., July 15.-In a only the
quarrel over a chicken .
Raymond Porter
three men drowning, while! the International Peace Commission.

,remaining five clung to a small dory struck his wife, Llna Porter In the Berlin, July 16.-The United States BEST BREADrolls
head with a smoothing Iron fracturingher Old Stills taken in exchange for
until washed ashore on Santa Rosa International Peace commission arrived out. It is delightfully crisp and new ones. PateUwg 1

island. skull Dr. Cloud was at once here from The Hague and was wholesome. A few slices buttered is f through the country a specialty.: Orders by man or .. i

The drowned men are Augustus summoned and after -working on the received today by the under secretary wire will receive
woman for time meal in itself and almost as nutritious prompt attention at either of tlwfollowing j
John McPhail! fishermen pronounced heron for foreign afcairs. Dr. Von Sluehlberg
j Refine and as meat. works !
of danger. Porter .
James Ward a saloon man of Mo ; Raymond after The German newspapers have man!. Orders for Brea, etc., can be mot ?

doing this rash deed skipped out fasted very little interest iri the com satisfactorily filled byBENUS' f

bile.The and has not been seen since. The The expressions the saGsect FAYETTEVILLE N. C.
Lyons sailed from Mobile and mission. on SAVANNAH GA i
police have a description of him and .
The indicate the belief that the Amerl '
Ward was out a pleasure trip. BAKERY

: vessel was returning from the flshinei expect to land him soon. can: propositions are practicable. _., JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBILE, ALA... I I.L.

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Statues Be Erected to Prominent Annual 1 Contest of International Rifle FOR WOMEN
I Georgians? Association.Bisley t FUII
SOCIETY'S Atlanta July 11 Shall! statues of England. July 13.-The annual

Dr. Crawford W. Long, famed as the contest of the National Rifle association
discoverer of anaasthesia, and Alexan- opened here today with thereat
I jo Take Initiative In Important der H. Stevens one of Georgia's greatest For Thirteenth Time Electad international team mach for to. !
I Much That Every Woman
Movement. and foremost statesmen grace the to UffiCtf. the Palma trophy. The weather conditions 6Qts. i
hall of statuary In tile nat c ial capitol I were splendid. Following are --

TENTATIVE PROPOSAL. ? CONVENTION; HELD fN ATLANTA. the results: Desires to Know $4d t

"A That is the question with which the United Kingdom, 554; America, 551; I .... r t

house of representatives is now wrest Great Society;:: of Baptists Again Unanimously Canada, 536; Natal, 513; Norway, 447; -...,- -
run !. For Amalgamation of Chris ling and it was la the wildest of a France 441; Australia 51S. I

tin Endeavor Society, Epworth discussion" about it when the hour or Name First President of The above scores were out of a I About Sanative Antiseptic J 12Qts t i

adjournment arrived. Most of the Order to Serve Another Term-Enthusastic possible 600.

LMju' and Baptist Union-Convention speeches made on the subject were : Tne individual American scores at .'
: Meeting. 929 'J Ii
; No. 5 Meets at Denver. favorable to the passage of the resolution Sod yards were: Cleansing

providing for the necessary appropriation Atlanta. July 13.-When the Inter Private George Cook, 74; SergeantJ.
)Center, July M.-A movement off and it was only over the national Baptist Young People's union H. Keough, 73; Corporal C. E. Win I t

jpul importance in the religious constitutional point raised that there set oat to select its first president ter 57; Corporal \V. B. Short, 69; And About Curing Ulcerative I
launched by the Chris- FVTlR-/G'pIDl]
't rld tu been occurred any particular hesitation. 13 years ago, John H. Chapman, ol Liueteuan K. K. V. Casey, C9; Ser | \rn

j-5 Endeavor convention Xo. 5. in The resolution providing for an appropriation Chicago, was the choice of the infant geant George Doyle. CB; Lieutenant Pains and Weaknesses. i
It is a tentative '
....ioo here. pro for these statues was the organization for this office. Thomas Holcomb, Jr.. 66; Liuetenant

tail to work for the amalgamation result of the labors of a special commission There has never been another president A. E. Wells 65; Private Cook, with it
Endeavor society Ep-
Iae CnrUtian appointed under a resolution oi the union for the first choice 74. tied )Martin of the British team,
yorth Hague and the Baptist Union, passed in 1901. seemed to have been the wisest possi for the best score at this range. Too much stress cannot be placed on CHAS E. BLUM I COMPANY i

p4 k will be presented in the form The house proceeded to kill in rather tie and so when Mr. Chapman's name When the shooting in the second the great value of Cuticura Soap, Ointment 517 and 519 "'. fit. ,
the endeavorers .. Bay f
tf a petition from short order a bill by Mr. Mills, ol was proposed for re-election yesterday stage commenced the Americans soon I i and Pills in the antiseptic cleansing i
tie other two national bodies. In Cherokee their British of the mucous surfaces and of Jacksonville, fla
III providing that the registration morning there was not one murmur over-surpassed competi- '
ut>r< tM initiative in the advocacy books for voters shoald be placedIn of dissent and for the thirteenth time tors. In the first 20 shots the Unite. the blood and circulating fluids, thus ____ _. f

of isci onion the Christian Endeavor the hands of notaries public and he was installed in the office as headof Kingdom dropped 18 points against 8 affording pure, sweet and economical -- "'- i

society point to its priority of es- Justices of the peace in each militia me great society.Enthusiasm dropped by the Americans., As the local and constitutional treatment for

tab !lshmeat as Justification.jo district or ward In each county, Instead ran high out in the auditorium shooting progressed the keen Interestin weakening discharges, ulcerations, inflammations I I f
the world" this isae ,itchings,irritations,relaxations .
erangelita of in the hands of the tax collector at Piedmont park Just after the contest was shown by the num
of the noted ,displacements,pains and irregularities R b t
keynote of the press e m e m e r
ber I
where they are kept at present the election and it was Jubilant enthusiasm of spectators continually arriv peculiar to females. Hence the
of this t
nun starlit) orators country/ The that broke out in ing. The of the
object of the author of the song- warmness atmospheremade Cuticura remedies have a wonderful
u4 of England, who attend the ses- bill and others who supported it was such songs us "My Country, 'TIs of the shooting ideal.! The breeze influence in restoring health, strengthand I I

tona! of the International Christianptdesvor to bring the. registration books In closer Thee;' and "God Save the King," for was blowing at the average velocity oi beauty to weary women, who : f

contention. That a def touch with the people, it being urged Canada as well as the United States, 6 miles! an hour.GAYNOR have been prematurely aged and Invalided I WE 1
CAN sell the
the work these ailments I you I
tor carrying on by distressing
bite plan that it was difficult for many of tends its representatives to the convention \
before the as well as such sympathetic afflictions as iV.
.m be adopted conven- them tf into of the union. AND PAL PURSUED. tan
get the county seat for mia chlorosis smallest article or a t
hysteria, nervousness
tics! adjourns probable the purpose of having their names The whole election was unanimous, and debility. ; r

gerrlces in churches at 6 o'clcok registered in the office of the tax col for that matter. The selections oi United States Has Appealed to Eng Womenfromtheveryfirsthave? fully carload of anything pertaining i,

tha! morning were attended by thou- lector. the nominating committee were ready lish Privy Council. appreciated the purity and sweetness, II f

ali of delegates. The house passed the resolution bj Rev. J. M. Shelburne of Alabama, Quebec, July 13. The United States the power to afford immediate relief, to Hardware, Iron I f

From 8:2Q:: to 9:30 o'clock sessions Messrs. Davis and Howell offt>rl. chairman of that body and were has not abandoned its endeavors to the certainty of speedy and permanent I I Ii

of the Christian Endeavorer School ofNr.hodJ wether, by a unanimous vote appro adopted instanler by "a show of get Gajnor and Greene, the two fugitives -1 cure, the absolute safety and great Pipe, Nails, Powder, Dynamite I Ii i
churches. I which have made the Cuticura i t
were held in eight priating $3.000 and making the amount hands," each name being greeted witha from justice across the line for economy Soap, Ointment and Pills the standard I Lime, Cement, Stoves. !!
o'clock! conference of state
At 10 a immediately available to supply the storm of applause. trial before its court. skin cures and humour remedies of the I i i t
1:strlct and local union officers be- deficiency in the state's insurance Atlanta is represented in the corpsof A cablegram received here says the civilized world. I f.

pa it Central Presbyterian church fund. The appropriation was made five general officers of the unionW. petition has been presented to the I Millions of the world's best people i TVENTYFIVECARLOADS ; : l.
PresidEnt Clark presiding. Addresses necessary by the completion of twc W. GaInes of this city being chosen privy council in England for leave to I use Cuticura Soap,assisted by Cuticura I i

containing suggestions to Chris new buildings at the state sanitariumand as third vice president. appeal to that body from the decision Ointment, for preserving, purifyingand IO U R
tiaa! Endeavor workers were delivered. After the of the elections rendered beautifying the skin, for cleansing : It t
another at the state normal school, announcement by Judge Caron here last WAREHOUSESGainesville
the scalp of crusts,scales and dandruff f land
the convention ,
Slmnltaneouily prop.er the insurance fund having been exhausted Professor McCrimmon, the Canadian fall, which gave the two men their I fl
the stopping of falling hair, for !
was in seaeton at the largest tenth in other bulB ondice president liberty in the Dominion.The '
Endeavor. Rev James T. insuring public presented softening, whitening and soothing red, I F'
Gimp Ings. The state always takes out the convention with two Brit argument on the appeal will be rough and sore hands, in the form of < :
Hul. of Salem. Mass., presided.Our Insurance policies fora period of five ish-American flags, the flags of Canada heard in the latter pan of July, and baths for annoying irritations, inflammations I t
> Resources' and How to Develop years thus securing tEem for three That was what set the vast :Mr. Tascherau, counsel for Greene and ulcerative weaknesses,and : t

Them," was the topic of the day years' premiums. audience to singing for when the pretty and Gaynor, will sail tomorrow for for many sanative, antiseptic purposes I ..1 i.

tsd addresses were made by prom!. The house committee on rules reported colors were formally accepted a London. A big fight will be made which readily suggest themselves, as I Florida. I !.
well as for all the purposes of the iJl}
tent members. The afternoon was several part of the audience cheeringand against possible extradition. Mr. ._
resolutions fixing special gave up I toilet, bath and nursery. --- -- :-
devoted' to Junior meetings held in orders for next week, which were bean to sing "God Save the McMaster of )Montreal is now In.. c Tfr'T.c ._ _

Court Endeavor, Father Clark presld- adopted. King.:' Then the whole ass-mblage England representing the interests of I

!fig, Ret. C H. Tyndall. D.D.. at Two senate bills were killed by the sang, following: the first air with "My the United States. .

Teraon, N. Y. and Rev. W. F. Wilson adoption of the adverse reports of the Country, 'Tis of Thee" and "Blessed Greene and Gaynor are wanted in HUBBARD & MAGBUFF

t! Hamittoo Ont., delivered address- committees to which they had been Be the Tie that Binds." The very the United States in connection with .

es. referred. These were: building rang with stirring strains of the alleged stealing of millions in the
By Senator Duncan-To require the songs. federal improvements In Savannah

JAIL BIRf", MUTINY. trial judges to purge juries in certain: The morning service at Piedmont harbor. Captain Carter is now IDa
oases park was preceded by an "open meeting military prison for his! connectionwith HARDW ARE

Three Escape From Federal Prison at By Senator Skelton-To provide for ," in which any one present was -.he case.ALASKAN .

Johnson City, Kan. the payment of costs in certain cases privileged to speak briefly. I
Junction City Kans., July 13.-Gilbert in tie superior and justice courts. Several important and timely ad- I

Mullen, the federal prisoner, who Tie hill -+f SMI-tor Golden to prohibit cress9s'! were made at this session.
Watson Completes His Brief and Will
l ltd the mutiny at the Ft. Leavenworth the sale of cotton futures in l>> Soon Sail For London. BARBED WIRE, CUT AND MENTS, DEERE PLOWS fs

prison\ in November, 1901. and who ha$ stage way repoatu aoverselj. Tiir! EXPLORING POLAR REGIONS. Johnstown. Pa., July 13. D. T. '

beta la the county Jail here for theput report was however, disagreed to ant Watson, Esq., of Ebensburg, who has WIRE!: NAILS, PAINTS PLANET JR. GROVE CUu
the bill' was recommitted to the com Relief Ship Will Make Report From
year awaiting trial on, the charge Antarctic been in Pittsburg the last two mon-Jia If
*f having! murdered one of the guardsla mittee on asricalturaInceaiary San: Francisco: July 13.-Captain preparing his brief in the case of the OILS, VARNISHES, ATTIVATORS, ALL KINu

the mutiny, led an assault on Sher. Fire Destroys Oranges. William Colbeck, of the relief ship Alaskan bounday dispute, has concluded l!

15 Pe i early today and he, with Fort Meade, Fla., July 13.-JosepS Morning tender to the exploring shipDiseo"lrl. his labors and will sail in a .
three.olhers, a white man and two nero Brock who recently purchased WE now In the south pole re- few days for London, where the com WHITE I
prisoners, escaped. beautiful Metcalf place located west mission will sit to arbitrate the mat
gions is here enroute to London to
The sheriff was overpowered and of town, was aroused from his slum report. He says the main work oi ter. The brief makes more than 7'1' ALL KINDS OF COOKING S'iOVES I

Date cot on the head, but he succeed. bers Tuesday morning a little after the Discovery has been the location typewritten pages and was placed to

% *4 hi getting the cell door closed be 3 o'clock by some suspicious noise, between 400 and 500 miles of a new ype as rapidly as finisned. The book GLASS AND PUTTY, HEATERS, GRANITE i
fare an his kitchen, which but 1 1 contains several prepared under
five prisoners could get out. to find was coast line and she worked as far to maps Y
The qnatette ran through the eastern yards from his residence, on fire. The the south as latitude 77 degrees, 5" the direction of Mr. Watson and a
part of town toward the river andcompelling building and 14 large orange trees, minutes south. surveyor sent to Ebensburg by the IRON PIPES AND FITAND TINWARE, CUTLERY -

a fisherman to row themto which had fully 200 boxes of fruit on By sleds the members of the party United States government

the old side, made for the thick them fell a prey to the flames, while got as far south as 82 degrees, 17 minutes TINGS, EVERYTHING IRON AND STEEL

timber the residence had a narrow escape, south latitude, the further south The Cotton Market
The sheriff followed in being only saved by the trees aroundIt. New York, July 13.-The cotton
a buggy and has A
lot of
man ,
posses were quickly organized and The accumulation of brush piledon fauna had been discovered: also market opened easy with prices unchanged rING

Joined the chase. Later soldiers were the porch of the kitchen, threats some marine plants, but they are avery to 25 points lower and sub

lent over from FL Riley to assist in issued by a neighbor, receipt of an low type of organism. Seals sequently ruled quiet with trading of MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE
the hunt ali a local character and small exceptfor I
anonymous letter, and signs
abound, but the polar bear and wal--
Shortly before to the work of an incendiary. moderate selling orders inspiredby
noon two of the neo point run are not there. Xo new large

grow were captured and returned to animals were found. The cold thereIs the generally favorable characterof LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES.
W. Sheriff! Peez Living Girl Put In Coffin. the weather crop accounts. The
was badly injured, far worse than in the arctic. In the
but U still leading the search. Mullet Berlin July 13.-A terrible case t. market also derived a weak u cl r-
latter legion in the summer time the
who is a negro, is a desperate person being placed in a coffin alive temperature gets up to 50 and 60 degrees tone from a poorer class of cables Hubbard & Macduff Ocala, Fla.

mill tad it is expected he will put occurred at Altona Thursday. In. above zero. In the anarctic region than looked for. Selling for short ,

'J a hard fight coffin containing the supposed remains below zero is summer weather. accoun:, however, was checked by _-

In he Fort Leavenworth outbreak of a 14-year-old girl being de Valuable geological, seismic and me- continued fears of renewed manipula
2C prisoners livered at the cemetery, the attendants tion. Towards noon the trading level
escaped, Mullen and terological specimens have been so
awrty an! the others finally being heard cries emanating from the "mred. was 2 to 15 points under the closing A. E. DELOUEST

*Vflred after a desPerate fight in coffin. The lid was removed and the p of the previous day, with the decline ,

lth Guard J. B. Waldrup and sev girl was found to be still alive. Sh Terrell Makes Appointments. mainly on the nearer positions.
Atlanta, July 13.-Governor Terrell
sal 1 of the convicts were killed died two hours later.
settled a lively contest over the judge- Swift Punishment to Burglar.

_Klihlneff Ringleader Suicides. Colonel Mischics Promoted. ship of the city court of Tattnall by San Francisco. July 13.-The officers -

Berlin( July 13.-The Frankfurter Belgrade July 13.-COlonel Mlshicj! appointing to the position Han. C. H. oa the Pacific Mail liner Colon. HARDWARE.

Zeltnng lays It learns by of Bu- of the Sixth Infantry regiment, whicl Mann, former member of the state arrived today from Acapulco and tell
"cUrf.'st. Roumania that the ring-lead- took a prominent part in the coup senate. The Incumbent, Judge P. W. of the punishment meted out by the.

\ 0: the Kiahlneff atrocities d'etat of June 11, has been promotedto Williams, was a candidate for reappointment Mexican officials: to a burglar who Sash andDoors Farming
a man and there \fi1t(\
was a third
lamed chief candidate into the
' Pinerjewskl. has committed the post of departmental o broke steamship company'soffice '
lIon. C. L. P }Jiv Tools. .
Morgan. Each oJ .
rdde at Kishineff because the direo the ministry of war.TELEGRAPHIC at Acapulco in June last. He ,
. tor of the Russian these gentlemen had his strong friends broke open the safe and' stole $40
ministry of Justice and delegation after Ready Mixed
delegation has if!.
Ml ,
i arrived! there, commanded the BREVITIES. after teating the watchman into in. "
called on the governor at differen # Paints Etc. 'iff
I auto make a stringent investigation sensibility. He was captured later
!lito the horrors. The Zeitung also Mobs in the southern part of Georgia times. Judge Mann was a strong on the road to the City of Mexico with
: of ..
-.1111 it 'learns from Ed Claus a negrc supporter Terrell and was only $S9 on his person. He was taken ..
another source are pursuing enthusiastically indorsed - ---- -- -- ---- -- -
thi t former by many back! to Acapulco and there admit
Governor with criminally assaulting
Von Roban has charged in his '.r'ur'1'.G' .'.G51 yG" Gls G.-.G= .C I"iiL!!
Warned strong >iten county. Other He 91 G FiJ! L h -- u u J u iiL-q s
to Kishineff and is endeavor a youn? white woman. ted his guilt. was promptly sea
appointments made by the I
iag to get the Jewish governor tenced to be shot. !
that population ol The Georgia Southern and Florida. yesterday were: Hon. N. J. Hahon
to the place to unite in a testimonial railroad refuses to let the Atlantic solicitor of the city court of Baxley; WE EAT MEAT
effect that he behaved correctly its tracks al Five Hundred Men Strike.
I and Birmingham cross Hon. W. J. Geer, solicitor of the county -
I] curing the massacres. Tiftoa and the matter will probably court of Miller. Johnson; City Tenn., July 13.-Tna I Eli! .. ::rI.1ST ...".- To grow strong. Uulesd we get

I I be carried into the courts. common laborers employed on the f2I ''!:. \_ .. good meat we may as well let
: .
Washington Potato Crop Acreage. Owing to the continued rocking ol Mirage Seen at Apalachicola. United: States Soldiers' home, under /1'.P'f'"" .c... -.i it alone. There is DO ttreugth

I July 13.-The stat!> cars armed guards are still kept osthe Apalachicola, Fla., July 13.-A mirage construction, have gone on a strike t .i' 11" ,. :. .... \
meat of thC ks4 ._ \ ft in tough meat-instead of giving
POtato crop made In the street cars in Richmond.The was witnessed by a number ol Aoout 500 men are idle as a result r ;\ : !

month4 crop report sent by the agri strikers at Bean people here. A cloud over the town The carpenters and Bricklayers also m J.f.5: ?.;.:::5.:; .\i,,.(. it takes strength to dlgtttit.
enltural street car .
department P-I .. J ., .. .
work being affiliated -ri, ,
yesterday has quit with common ;:
toTed have their demand had a perfect representation of the 151 : : '' ,' .. it. It to be careful in i
Somewhat misleading. The mont Tex., won laborers who were recently organized a .t.;;;;"' :;:,;f. .I, !" ;;4'y pays
bathing wharf lighthouse and treeson
tot+1 acreage for and have gone back to work. t : '41 ::; buying meat-be sure to get "
potatoes exclusive into a union. The laborer;
f of the St. George's island which is 7 or I- -' w' k : .. ;J
heat still prevails in thgreat /
f Year sweet potatoes for the entire Intense 8 miles from here, and are not visible demand a wage scale of $1.50 and 9 51 'i :: ."', !! :-: "' the lest-tender and choice.
Is 2,916,865 cities. Deaths and prostration ; ;
acres 49,000 hours. They now receive $1.25 "Ai"r. .f
!} the acres numerous yesterday.At except dimly to the eye, but in per ; j .' '.;t1.t. ;4.: 1 ;.'.-.: ;6?. Pay a little more if need be and I
ethan potato acreage of last were the mirage they appeared plainly and day for 10 hours. It is stated that '''J : "I

t r. Lincoln Xeb., James Rheat was seemei to be quite near. an effort will be made to arbitrate. B{;. -....;:-_ ':,f:::.,.;-: ,,1 ='h" ;,<.. ; ".! l put something in your stomach

hurried: to the gallows in order to : Ji which will put flesh on your
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li1 Attempt to Blow Up Home. get ahead of a court injunction to prevent Liquor Election for Hancock. Americans Ascend Matterhorn. r.;-, '

" .from St. wl, limn, July 13.-A dispatch the execution. Sparta, Ga.. July 13.-\. petition for Zermart, Switzerland. July 13.-Tha : blood in your

. apt' Iron Mountain Mich., says: AIl At Marinette, Wis., troops were an election on the liquor question has first ascent of the Matterhorn for the ;::: Dg.g I'
ap the was made last night to blow called out to prevent the lynching ota been held with Ordinary Culver, having present season has been accomplish. i
of Judge R. T. Miler negro who had been caught walkIng been signed by the requisite ed by twoAmericans, George C. Hill I .

!if.flmmte.. Judge Miller his by the side of a white girL number of the qualified voters of the mann, of Buffalo N. Y., and Perry., City Market, Ocala

tee house sad four c\: Wren wetrasleep in In spite of statements to the contrary county. The election has been order. Smith, of Philadelphia. With their L :::::: :2.J
at the time bul not for 31. Hancock has the
Claret were it is believed: that war between ed July been a guides they reached summit at ..

The house was badly dam Bulgaria an-1 "Ukey Is Imminent prohibition county the past five relrs.N. 10:30 a. m. tof .

1.lf.e4.. : o cause for the act Is known


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Hot Pulpit Debate Leads to the To Cure a Cold in One Daytake la TwoDy .
The hce blouse is "it. f"

D m't change the feed suddenly. Arrest of Four Preachers. V/HEGK/ OF TRAINS Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. ('Jl on every

The between Elder J. N.
debate (!). c ox.25c.
lu Chicago there are 23,000 Holland. Seven Million boxes sold in,past 12 months. This Signature, "
Hall, Baptist and Rv. R. H. Pique, Fatal: Accident on TerminalCompany's
Methodist, which has Len in progress
Line. W ** --
Blue in all iu shades is tretneudouuly Tuesday at St"ll Ulia, Graves county, -- -- -
popular. has attracted large crowds, and the LIST OF THE CASUALTIES.

Children should be seen more and people are said to be greatly "worked Accident Near St. Lcuis Results In f The Formula tells the story :

talked about le?!. up"-not spiritually, but fighting mad. Death of a Girl and the Serious Injury
The Rev. "Wild Bill" Evans has Grove's Chronic Chill pure
An air brake for auto nobiles has of Many Other Passengers.
been throwing some highly combustible I
been perfected. Trains Crowded with Employes.St. Not a patent medicine: a this spirituous liquid of a pleasant bitter taste, rod f
fuel on the fliuies and a Baptist

There are nearly 20,000 known ;medicinal preacher named W. M. Hicks has Louis, July H.-One person, a Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR :3ARK

: remedies. been to match-off Evans. girl was killed, four were seriously Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY \SH BARK
trying injured, at least one of whom will die,
Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPA ULLA J
estimated be worth
Diamonds are to This July weather is etherially mild and a score slightly hurt in a wreckon

$30,000,000 a ton. compared with the temperature of the between Terminal Granite Kailroad! City association'sline and Madison It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Do't Cure.

la Victoria, Australia, there are the Baptists and Methodists in Graves Ill., today. T5e Best General Tonic. No Cure No Pay. Prjc SOc.

coal veins 200 feet thick. county.-ClInton (Ky.) Gazette. I I. The dead girl whose name Is not ..,. ,.... .. .
r w
Known, and the f
slightly injured, were
Life is short, yet most men outlive *
left In Madison, while those more seriously
their good resolutions. Considerable feeling exists at Sedaliaover
hurt were brought to St Louis. BINGHAM RESIGNS AS AGENT. i

Horseless vehicles should be run the manner in which "Wild Among the latter are: '

Bill" Evans and W. M. Hicks conducted Frank! Wink: both legs severed be- Former Atlanta Pastor To Re-enter
with horse sense. low the knee; will die. OLLHM3COLLi tIi
their debate Monday night i
Many farmers are purchasing covers I Everett Hartin, legs broken. Nashville, Tenn, July 11.-Dr. R. J.I !

and Tuesday morning. Their lan- i George Frya, feet crushed and arm Bigham, book agent of the publishing i
F for their hay racks. 'Ii laTH TEAl OPENS (KTOitKIIA.imcmncenioii I. .M.).
guage was not becoming to ministersof house of the Methodist EpIscopal: 'i

It's a poor statistician who cannot the gospel and they were arrestedfor Joseph Stein, leg broken and ankle church south, has resigned and will ;J'I' ==--==--- --- = ., .-

make figures lie. crushed. return to his home in Atlanta, Ga., ,
using improper language. As we Most of the injured and the other and re-enter the ministry I' I : .

A quart of feed for twelve hens U a go to press this afternoon both ministers passengers on the train were em This announcement will come as a i

good measurement. : were being tried for misdemeanor ployes of the Commonwealth Steel great furprlse to Dr. Bingham's I The following departments are open for ._..r.Rcllis .--
company at Ganite City, 111. friends throughout the bounds of the
If a girl has roeks it takes a man before Esq. J. P. Wilson and it is the The women were employes, the Methodist church, as not even an intimation i Cs'Jese.: Ss: !:s kiitaf, _II r11AiM tIIrN#

with sand to win her. general opinion that they will be National! Enameling and Stamping of such a step had previous-1 = ::ll-s 2ihes: S: ;:l, SiO.. MIll.. III.

compa j. Six hundred workmen who ly been given out by Dr. Bingham. j Hcllins School ci fire Arts, !:nttl SMlten rN1 SIi11rW 1Ih
Speaking terms are to be found on heavily fined as feeling runs high I
were >ji the wrecked train and another Tte first cotlce any one had of Dr. !i -,-- -- ,- ., ._ '
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a card in the telephone booth. against them. immediately following, returned to
Bingham's intention was the receptionof
St. Louts i j The trutees announce II ptrwdnl of thccvlltg* toU. ..... Ie. tit.... it .***i
Those who work for wages of sin try County Attorney Wallade of Mayfield after the wreck. his resignation tendered to the bookcommittee I D.resigned, Rev WIlliam KWMOM ....._. r* O irtfcii ol fir ..>.ag '

is prosecuting them vigorously. The terminal passenger: train which ot the diurcn through Dr'll j Hawaii" and Profcuor of Sock**? .. Valr I'trnnfcj' arms IM to rye. tNfM MK.a, .
to postpone the day of reckoning. left St. Louis at 8:25 a. m. consistedof Collins Denny, chairman of that conmittee. : of twenty professors and tB.tr ctot*. AH mgeislaaspWi...-_............r
Elder J. Kesterson and Elder L. nine coaches
One-sixth of the land owners in loaded with workmenof This was handed Dr. Den .
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factories : :: : == = -- "
of the ''''' -
Y. Brown who were arrested for trinities jumped ny yesterday afternoon. The resignaQon :
Great Britain are woman. the track on a small trestle just northof .
disturbing the assembly were acqui'- was accepted.The I I: W. F. LACKMAK' .Pfttt. WIHTEt" e
The price of steel rails for 1904 is the American Car and Foundry II book committee will select a j Ji .

ted today.-Fulton (Ky.Leader.A ) company's shops Madison.. successor to Dr. Bingham to fill his H
unchanged 120 per ton. .....
One coach rolled over upon the unexpired term but Dr. Denny said he

The average coffee tree in Honduras Helpful Religion. tracks of the Chicago and Alton, could not tell when the committee

produces half a pound of beans. So far as the religious views of the striking!{: the baggage coach of a" passenger : would meet for this purpose, as he : .. .

Times are concerned, we are frank to train passing In the opposite I had not been able to communicatewith I
The five volcanoes active last year direction. The derailed cab was badly them all but be was now In correspondence -
confess that we believe in all: of all the crushed. The Chicago and AI-
destroyed over GO,0(00 lives. with the members and 1
churches, from the Salvation Armyto Spreading rails caused the accident would call the committee together as 'I For June Application
has sent ton tram !
Japan representatives over was not wrecked soon ac possible.
the Roman Catholic. We are for tI
here to buy American horses.It The committee elects subject to On Bearing Trees t.
every faith that gives satisfaction to THE COTTON MARKET. I confirmation by the college of bIshops, i I M

costs the average vesel1,390 to hungering souls or helps poor, grop- and so the bishops must also be notified

pas through the (Suez Canal. : Opening Steady at Unchanged Pricesto of the contemplated action.Dr. .
the bet
ing men to develop very FR-IT i
an Advance. Bingham was elected to this office PERUVIAN
Every year Germany's population that is in them. We believe that as the successor of Dr. D. J. Bar- MANURE

Increases at the rate of 800,000. there are "many mansions in the New York July 11.-The cotton market be by the general conference of the VINEA

was again active and excited toI I church which met in Dallas, Tex., last I
Don't spend your money foolishly. Father's house" and we do not expect day. The opening was steady at unchanged I May. He was at the time of his election High Grade, Natural Guano Formula) Knut: >')> M ... fr It \.1 ,

Save for a rainy day. It will come. all men to see things just as we prices to an advance of i 5 presiding elder of the Atlanta district -
points en the list generallywhile July Forms of Sulphuric Acid i
the time
see them. At same we
Air-slacked lime scattered the ..
over selling at 12.50 was 10 points over
of would not destroy the faith that yesterday's final bid.
jtrdsisagood preventive gapes. GOT 12-2! CENTS A POUND. Send for Looks--
leads any man to a higher plane of August opening at 12.25 sold up to our new
Taking the world as a whole 23 per 12.44
in the first few
% living. But we would destroy, if we minutes, September Harris County Farmers Sell Twenty. "Ideal Fertilizers" and "Florida "
cent die before they are the age of 17. opening at 10.80, soon reached Nine Bales of Cotton. OrangM"WILSON l
could, intolerance toward other folks'ronsctences 10.95 while the later positions
When the fingernails are polishedtoo showednet West Point Ga., July 11.-The
: and convictions where- gains of from 4 to 7 points. After
streets of West Point presented a

often they become thin and tender ever it is found.Valdosta: Times. the this market the demand slightly. was easier less active and busy scene such as is commonly seen & TOOMEF} FERTILIZER COM i IM I 1

The average man doesn't care about ou some! here in October and 'November when
positions with sentiment
Capt. M. P. Usina who died in New very nervous Messrs. John Wright' and William '
steady work, if he only has a steady and fluctuations irregular. Cables 1JHKM\\II.I.I." :. II.OIUIM.
Crawford both large and well-to-do
York Saturday, was a native of St. were about a stand off, the new crop
farmers of Harris county, drove into
job.The first complete sewing machinewas I I Augustine and a Confederate blockade being higher than expected, while. the town Thursday followed by seven OCALA SEED STORE AGENTS.
nearby positions
runner the Captain were disappointing. teams pullirf 29 bales of cotton. I
during Civil war.
patented by Elias Howe, Jr., in Weather continues excellent and this! 4*
1046. Usina went to Savannah from St. Au- encouraged sales of later months Then were plenty of buyers on
following -

The latest fashion fad for the bathIng gustine in 1855, and was in New York the Intitial show of bull tire hand lot and, weighing after a short 15,600 while the'I\'I .:_ : i- : 10',

last week for medical attention strength. sold to Robert C. Freemaa. ...., 1
when renresent-
girl is to wear boots like a comic .;L < > > > e '
ing the Lanett cotton mills, at the _
he died. indeed it t
Strange seems, President Merrill I'
opera queen. Resigns. fancy price of 12U:!! cents per pound
that Usina and Mobile Ala., July 11.-Colonel F.
Gen. Wm.
Capt. Baya, and
Flour spread thickly on a burn will with all storage drayage charged
of Jacksonville, also a native of St. B. Merrill, having sold his interests ic! paid making their load net them over
prevent blistering: and the scars that the Mobile L
and Kansas City $2UIIO. These two gentlemen sti!') Fern Hill :
Ausustiuet and Confederate
a ollicer
are likely to follow. railroaJ, resigned the office of presi I own 40 bales of cotton which they Rye
both in navy and infantry, should dent of
that road. An election was
Have taken out insurance have stored at their homes, holdingIt
you an die during the same week.FloridaStar. held which resulted in the choice of
I for till larger price than tuc: one H.
policy on your house and barn. Bet- W. D. Stratton, of New York, president they got today. t SON Dinihortt. '

ter tend to it now. ; W. A. Stanton, New York, vice CINCINNATI

Austria will The Boss Worm Medicine. president; J. T. Odell, New York, advisor I Quiet at Evansville, Ind. OHIO
participate odicially in
H. P. Kumpelruggist, Lexington, i ila. of the executive officers, and Evansville, Ind, July 11.-The only ilk

the World's :Fair. A representativewill .\ ., writes: "One of my customers: Pierce C. Butler, secretary. A new reminders of the recent trouble in

be appointed shortly. hud a child, which wa-s sick, and board of directors was elected, as this city. In which rioting and killing.

Nothing surprises the woman who threw up all foot could retain nothing I follows: Alexander I. McDonald J. figured prominently, are the funerals This is the
T. Odell whiskey hear
and Edmund K. Stallo all of of John Barnett and Frank Lamble I you j pc('l.l I

marries u man to reform him like the on its stomach.: He bought oue !bottleof i New York. The management will There are no signs of disorder or I talking about when u

8uecrfor her efforts. white's Cream Vermifuge, and it push ihe construction of the road from demonstration of any kind and the !j thty gay

brought up 119 worms from the child. Laurel Miss.! to Jackson Tenn. The
still the
authorities alert.
are on
The liberty bell will rest in the
center It's the boss: worm medicine" read is already in operation from Mobile loons are closed and negroes are sa'j "That Good Whiskey." i

of the rotunda of the Pennsylvania White's Cream Yeimifusre- is also the' to Hattiesburg. ing off the streets and this .

building at the World's Fair childrens' tonie. It ail of clashes. 1
improves their digestion chances The
newspapers -I
Big Jail Delivery'-11 Escapes. { It has held its I II
place at tia lead of f !
After following the little and assimilation of food, strengthens will this afternoon urge that all i
races a WiHamsburg!! Ky., July 11.-Eleven I
while a man gets &o far behind that their nervous system aud prisoners escaped from jail here last people continue' to remain at borne, column of High Grade God i t. t
stores them to the health, vigor night 'iy: prying out the iron grate in and in that manner help preserve or j I ISTRAUSS1
he is seldom able to catch der. The grand jury is still
at work
up. elasticity of spirits' natural to child i I! the flcor Five were charged with I Inmrdtr many years, on what? lift Merit f
If a man draws a blank in a lottery hood. 2oe at Anti-Monopoly DrugStore I and other serious offenses. Six and many indictments may be looked
I for at most any time.
be eau t h:1ir up the ticket: but its dif- m j' prisoners refused to leave the jail. I I .J

1er4ttt in the mitrirooulal I Bitten by Venomous Snake. fiI
gime. Belleview News-letter Changes I '
Gold For European Shipment Jackson :Miss., July 11-The 6-yeat+
I Farmers who have brush land Hands.:! New YorK, Jury: 11-Baring, Ma- I I ,,4I
of J. N. McCord who
old daughter !
should employ a small herd of Angora Mr. Charles Munroe Brown, jr., of gone & Co.. engaged today $350,000 lives in Tallahatchie county, 3 miles I j I
;In gui' for shipment to Europe to- II f Distributors. <
goals! to clear it up. They never strike this city has purchased the Belleview from Charleston is in a precarious I V I
emote and Heidelbach, Ickelheimer!
condition as the result of being bitten ,i *!
for News Itter and he
higher promises its
wages.A & Co. increased their engagement to Ocala (
by a cotton mouth moccasin, and | :ii 1
photograph Mi?* Maude Fealy, readers the most interesting publication &l.25'.' CIH: >. making a total of $1,6(70- I she
it is feared cannot recover. In ;[
Oy'J engaged for shipment tomorrow.
" the beautiful American actress, taken in the state. the little town of Utica, this county, i.

l> Xew York .The first issue under the r H. J. McKey a prominent citizen, j -- ; =
ya photographer, has new management Boy Drowned at Decatur. e < ( ..
r' I
found a huge rattlesnake the other ; :II )
Decatur Ala., July 11.-Russell Tally .
captured the 130: franc beauty prize will make its appearance today day coiled:! up ou his parlor manteL!
t, aged: 17. formerly of Pnlaski made
in PirK and Mr Brown hopes his friends He promptly lilted! the reptile witha =
a misstep on a gang plank leading to a I
will its :='.i,' 1:!:. A f Jlas-asjiug!: the scalp with the fingertips rally to sup, barge on the Tennessee river here and : -
ratf!". '- ::!:apparel! on the scene j
r dipped in a little castor oil, olive The Perfect -Liver Medieine. I failing into the water was drowned.His I and i'':o !1.Il"J.!:1,
, body was recovered. I
oil or va-eliue for rive or ten minutes Mrs. Mary Xoble\ 0. T., writes: JAS.M.C.UAHAM I'm-idt-u. ,. r.> W mi'l I
JIcI PER and tl4 CEO I
- every day wiU! strengthen the roots "I have used Herbiue for a number of Negro Hanged at Savannah. J .

and cause the hair to grow. years, and can cheerfully recommendit. Savannah Ga., July 11. Abe Cohen ., The First National Bank
a negro who killed Susan Rogers, a j
Most of the ruinous extravagance of It lathe most perfectliver medicine, I z.egro"oJIlal.: two years ago, was :

women i is practiced by those who are and the greatest blood purifier. It is hanged her ''.h morning. i OF GAIN"E.sII.l.K..

r not strictly in society, but who are a medicine of ositive merit, and I !

trying to buy their way there, so says fully accomplishes all that i is claimedfor Secretary Moody Will Make Tour. I FUNERALDIRECTORS. I
Washington, July The Only Chartered Bank
I 11.-Secretary in Ala lul1 County
Mrs. Russell "
Sage. it. Malaria cannot find t,
a lodge I Moody, of the navy, has announced I 1 .

Xever waste a tub of suds ment in the system while the liver is that he will leave here next Wednesday .
washing: ca tour f . . . a'. .
the filthier it is the more welcome it in perfect order, for one of its functions ton. He said he would the coast take to advantage Bos --1- Surplus and Undivided Profits. . . . . . '.'I fi|

Ii to the peach trees, the plum trees, is to prevent the absorbtion' of of the regular cruise of the revenue I Bite if all stock of ComI,CUi ell, and Burn Does exclusively a banking lusines*, with faeititk 4fil I* MHrhMik m n-. fI
ever producing poisons. Herbine is emit of every desertptlon. Special ftttentlot: btate. Solicts the accounts of Farmers
the rose bushes, or the garden and cutter Onandaga to go on that tobanaliarnces. :Mrfri..., OMIM *4 a most efficient liver regulator. Meat vessel and would be away about ten Etc. Interest allowed by eicial arraD *tu*.t. At ifMfcMM

dower hells.i Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. m days. Embalming to Order. 10-17 transacted 'rowNly.|
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GAITERVILIE GLEANINGS. for business I this time ------ "

\k Doing a Large only say that we are pushing our NATIONAL BANK OF OCALA.

.! Hot weather and rain and plenty of work as fast as possible, under the Let Us Thresh the the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit II tf

Business it. of Florida in and for Marion County.In No. 6 25.
circumstances of rain weather !
warm Matter OutNo Chancery.
Treasury Department. Office of thc Cama.- 5,:
UJull1)' means assuming large ,Fodder pulling season very unfavor and failure to get needed supplies, Mrs. A. C. CaldwelL and Mrs. S. A. C. Hunter. let of the Currency. M

Potash-No Fruit and Joseph H. HUnter. her husband and next |
risks-too large to be a safe able.Mr. etc., and hope to have most of it completed No friend Complainants vs. John O. Caldwell.J. Washington I). c., Jane a, >>D6. J i i:

burden upon an Individual Regnal Ross is again in the so far as relates to tbe boat, in i Phosphoric Acid-No Seeds Edward Caldwell Elizabeth D.Gibson WHEREAS, BY SATISFACTORY KYI. 1
ii i No Nitrogen' and presented to the un4cr . swim. He -No Leaves A.J Gibson, lrs. Mary Higgins and ign
vio- has been
purchased a new two or three weeks. made toappear that
estate. I
W. Higgin",W.D.Rutherlcrd

Vise business men carry lin. Look. out for parties, now, at The highest temperature for Julyat These three George McWharttr Mrs. Minnie B. located"T in e Ct.hal'atlO.a1 the city cf Ocala Back ia the(/<<
insurance to relieve least those who Caldwell and James Caldwell Marion and sate of Florida ha., .
special enjoy such worldly I this point, so far has been 97 and things must oo.aplI.d Wl
all the provisions ol the
George Caldwell. Joe Caldwell, statutes of the Caflktti
their personal estate of this pleasures.Mr. ranging down to 90 and the lowest be suppliedto Defendants. State, required to be com plied with before M =
All such will be in. association shall be authonxed to commence the 91

risk. Henry Jordan, of Georgia, is from 70 to 76as shown by self registering your soil. I IT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTS business, therefore of Bank.lng.nw I..William '-
teicsted in "A Banker'sVill, this cause John 0 Caldwell. J. Edward B Ridglcy Q.*ay- f
the instructions ofI visiting relatives and friends in instrument each day. 3 Write to us Caldwell, Elizabeth D. Gibson and A. J. Gibson "The trailer Central of the National currency.Bank"do h containing s Mrs Maggie Higgins aid Francis W. Higgins ol Ocala. Iaca4a1
York Hank President to Heidtville and Gaiterville. There is no finer body of water in ,.' and we will \v. D. Rutherford George McWharter. -Mru. in state the of city Florida of Ocala., is authorized in the county of Miriaa ;
New .. send Minnie B Caldwell and James Caldwell, George to eomMeMC tfe* i
his trustees regarding invest. fir. J. M. Brooks, of Crystal River, any state for bathing, than Lake you Caldwell Joe Caldwell be and they are hereby one busineasofaankiug hundred and as provided section IA,- t
I (4' some books required to appear to the bill of complaint in sixty nine of the Rvk *4

tnent of his personal estate.A and Mr. H. B. Brooks, of Dunnellon, Weir. I It giving the said cause on or before Statutes In testimony of the Toiled whereof States.witnei my hasJ;aaJ ,

fscxio.Gpolicy: U another insurance passed through Gaiterville Sunday.Mr. Come and it. \ gist of the whole matter. Monday the ?rd day uf Auijuitt, .A. D. I)OJ. seal of office this ninth day of June 1901. i i-
of special application to men try It is further ordered that a copy of this order [SEAL] U'M B KIDORLY.

tl KjBUBft tiftirt dwcriUd! in "The Largwtissul W. F. McConn is again in W. E. FOS OT. I 4.EKMVN VS K\LI WORKS be weeks published in the Ocala once a Banner.Thisthe3othdayot week.for four consecutive 619_ Comptroller of the ew.....,. !f

I .NuMuiaU,New York }
J> Cfl1UW.ki4 Gaiterville enjoying the pleasures! of Weir Park July 15th 1903. June A. D., 1903.
.dq M boih punphltu.! S T. &ISTRC K. Clerk Circuit Court. NOTICE: FOR PUBLICATION.
% mC.ipiayIuh4 home life. William, we don't be- ,, R. E. Davis, Compl'ts' Sol'r. 73 I
,I._..Ia AII. !
at Cotton Plant.
"..", la Aaiouat P.id Fellcy-ltcldOT. lieve life in Shady is all together Independence Day i
.. Interior. Land OAoe
F- !. Agt.THI a
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE pleasant for you. So you had better July iTo j Gainesville Fla.. June 8, ae.,. ff

the Editor 01 the Ocala Banner. I VOT'CE IS: HERESY: GIVEN
COMPANY OF NEW YORK return to Gaiterville.Mr. The Fourth of T. MURPHY Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 1> following-named settler hai filed THAT MMCttf THK .i.
July probably was j
Lci&o A. UcCvui,f rttidsabCfl R. D. Stokes made a business s. of Chapter 4'\88, Laws of Florida hIS claim intention and to that make said final proufwdl proof in be tufftH.niMC be tt. f

WUreX.iUnif cr or Florida Jacksonville trip to Ocala celebrated by some one in some way, NOTICE IS: HEREBY GIVEN THAT Z. C. fore Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala, FU.. ..

].U.Uri., oD. Agent Ocala Fla. Saturday, returning in hamlet village town and I and purchaser of Tax Certificate No. July iMh, '?>i, J
Sunday.Mr. every Machine Iron)Works.( 1172 dated the 3rdday of April. A. D., 1893 and viz. ANN a J
Early Bird, hk.. M.
*""" """"" Certificate 1401 dated August 7, 1899, has filed t
city in our country; but for unalloytd I said certificates iu my office: and has made 27416 for the north half of aouthwctt qurt df
ClILDlU'I DAY AT MOSS BLUFF. Chas. Cleveland of Ocala, is for tax deed to issue in accordancewith application section 14 township: ij south range 19 ..... I
fun and pleasure, as well as a demon- law. Said certificates embrace the following He names the following witne*. to ,.,.-e I
.. spending a short time with relatives Iron, lira!'!!'! and Bronze 'n.- described property situated in Marion his continuous residence upon and eMt... I

Moss BLUFF, July 14. in Gaiterville. stration of peace, plenty: and prosper I iMg.: )IalatatIsl Pattern comity Florida to-wit: West half of northwest of Kla said land, viz:J. D. Williams, of Jill,.. .4. t t=
of Jesse Williams, of Early fjird. 1"1I..
ol southwest and halt of ,
tpcul to tilt Ocala Ba user. ity, give us the way a small crowd of I Shops MarincandltaiN quarter northwest quarter of southwest quarter quarter. section Leroy Williams of Early Bird. ....., Ilffc .
Mr. Howell of Hernando Parker of
county Leroy. Fla.
Mow HluT sunday Hcbool mass Cotton Plant people observed the day. road Uepairs. 23, township 15, range 21. J
I The said land being assessed at the date of the W. G. KOMN4OM
passed through this section the past of such certificates in 6. i
issuance of }
with Electra Sunday school name Illt. .
nutting : to 610 617
week beef cattle. According previous arrangements I to E. Bay St Jacksonville party unknown and J. V. Burke. Unle said 4,
buying He
met >t 10a.m.Pmchlng expects Saturday morning found a few families -- certificates shall be redeemed according to law.
tax deed will issue thereon on the jist day of CITATION OF )
to make a drive next week. ADMINISTRATION.
by the pastor, Ikv. E. D. making their way with well filled July. A. D. 1903.
Jery Burnett Witness my official signature and seal this
Mr. E.
II. Brass
returned last week
the of
23rd day June, A. 1903.
LottrtlU.ni. baskets to Smith's park near the 13.S. In County Court, Marion County FlwWt_ty
from a pleasant visit to relatives in I T SISTRUNK
; RCCK&S AND REFRESHMENTS.gandajr residence of Mr. J. M. Smith (namedfor Merchant 6 26 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. II!&. the County Judge of said Coustjr:

Lee, Fla. lie reports having a glorious I 'VlIERE\S K. C. SAMMI5: HAS AITU4tf
school came together at 1:30. him because he set the trees out court for letter of idwioMnfeM

Fourth of July picnicing and NOTICE. on the estate ot John Bunch, Jehu fnituwMil.
Introduction by the superintendent eighteen years ago and has cared for and Stephen Yanzant deceased laSt Ot uM
dancing being the order of the day.It Tailoring. County of Marion.
W. Eo }Iartln. them since to have one day of These are
ever ) Notice ol Application for Tax Deed Under Sec therefore to cite and dmoMdi a)!
is very likely be will be going to and singular the kindred and creditor Iff MU
Mule processional, by the school. pleasure and enjoy a social reunion I Ocala( Florida. tion S. Chapter 4SS, Laws 01 Florida. deceased, to be and appear before ton Cwtn M

Lee very often after this. Ha, ha. I Finest Imported and yOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT or before
R poDftlve reading No. 1 Lesson which is so necessary to the happi- 1> Chailes Y. :Miller purchaser ot tax certificates the iSth dtly of Jul,. .... D. HW.
Wonder what is the matter with I Domestic Cloths. numbers 1515. dated April 5th. A. D 1892;
Quarterly, by the school. ness and well being of a community. 1824 and iS35 dated August 7th A D. 1899. and and file objections, if any they have, to....
our friend, Mr. Chancy. His Fourth I Cutting Specialty certificates ,:zI>S. I2jS and 1826. dated August 6th. granting letters a* aforesaid. otherwise lie
pnjer by the pwtor, Itev. L. D. Three hundred pounds of ice fur A D.: looo has filed said certificates in my otfict same will be granted Ai prayed.
of July vacation is quite a long one, Fits Guaranteed.i and has made application for tax deed to issue Witness my name as County Judge of Mte
Later. nished by the men, and the other !i in accordance with law. Said certificates em. County aforesaid,this 4th dAy of June. MM.
but if he only knew the tears his i brace the following described property situatedin (SEAL] *. blTLLGCC.
Soar, We Come, Come Again, by necessaries furnished for an abundance OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVE Marion county. Florida to-wit: West half 6 net County j ic.
absence is causing one in Gaiterville. of northeast quarter section it, southwest quarter -
th. eholr.AiWmt. I of ice cream, prepared by the !I TO SELL MINOR'S LAND. of northeast quarter section 2, west half of -
he would surely return. i i southeast quarter section 9. north half of southeast .
' of welcome, by Arthur. ladies, the contents of those baskets quarter and southeast quarter of southeast
Mr. E.V.. W. Jordan and son, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT OX THE quarter and southwest of northeast quarter of -
McKiouey. spread upon a table made for the ; ofUlust., A D. 19C3. I will apply section 4, .outhwest quarter of southeast quarterof Notice Application for Tax Deed
Henry, of North Gaiterville, is visiting ; to Hon. Robert Bullock. county judge ,nand section IS, northwest quarter of section 4. all Sat-
Imitation, Little Rainbow Children purpose, and more watermelons than for Marion county State of Florida, at in township 16 range IS. Lion SofChaptcr4ssa, Laws of FforM
relatives in Riverview. They k is office in Ocala in said county, for an order The said land being assessed! at the date of IS HEREBY
Addle Morrison, Birdie and the crowd could consume, and thenan authorizing me. as guardian of the estate of. the issuance of such certificate in the names of NOTICE purchaser of GIVEN Tax Certificate THAT p.Na.B,
will return Tuesday. WILLIAM PRESTON HOLLY to sell at private Richard A. Corning. C. W. McLean, T. W. 2207. dated the 4th day of
April. A. D.
Vtta McKinney, Peouie, Lena and ideal day for an outing, all combined sale the following prope/ty belonging to said Hood, J. F. Chamohss. ,.Unknown and A. D. MeKee. filed said certificate in my office and DM iM male, has
MrV.. L. Brooks made! a flying estate, to-wit; South three quarters of east half application for tax deed to Isaac ia .
8111 .Fort and Nellie\ Smith.tool. to make it a day long to be re of southeast quarter ot section 10, and north- Unless said certificates shall be redeemed law. Said certificate embraces aor4awith the ....*.
trip to Ocala Monday.I west quarter ot northwest quarter of section 14. according to law. tax deed will I'sue thereon on ing described proper y situated la Marian
Come With Ikjoicing. membered.For and an undivided hate interest in south three the nth day of August A. D. 1903. I county. Florida town;
I would like to inform Miss Violet, quarters of southwest quarter of section II. and Witness my official signature and seal this South half ol north west quarter and imth.
Recitation, The Master( Workers, by I further particulars as to pleasure >;. north ha'.f of northeast quarter ot nonhcast the 2nd day of July A D. 1903. half of north half of northwest quarter eaa4
of the Ocala Star, that the young fellow quarter of section 15 and southwest quarter of ST. SISTRt"='K. 3 acres square in northeast corner wet IaII
UTI boy a, we refer your readers to Misses northeast quarter of northeast quaiter of sec 7.10 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. townuhip 17. range 20. 7.
who looked ?o sad Sunday nightat tion 15. all in township 15 south range 23 east, The said land being assessed at the dMe III
Recltatl/n,. : olldren'a Day, repre- Minnie Miller and Hattie Barco. containing 250 acres more or leas lying in Marion the issuance of such certificate in the nawe tIl
church was not near so sad as he county, Florida to be sold for the best interest NO flCE. Dr. E. C. Hood. br Vnless Mid cenMcMC
Mated by thirteen young ladies. Among those present and enjoyingthe of said minor heir. shall be redeemed according to law, Us 4ad
looked. He was only thinking of This ijth day of July 1903. ALEX HOLLY will issue thereon ou th e 24th day of Joljr. A...
Slim ADQIC Fort rt'Jlrplentlnt "Chil- feast we mention : 7 n Guardian. 903.
)i..w it "might have been," anti as ; .____ Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section Witness my official signature and Mai Ma
df o'. drew In white wearing Dr. Veal and wife J. S.v a*UTS of Florida.
Day, ** 8, Chapter 45SS. Laws the i6th day oi June A. U 190).
for any fellow getting the "0. B." we I THAT [SEAL]
wreath of bite flowers. ;\1i i and wife C. Y. Miller wife i and
Urge M .*.' Cordrey, purchaser of tax certificate No 6-19 Clerk Circuit Court. Marten Caautf. We
kuow of no such fellow. We only I -- dated the ist July A. D. 1901, has filed
Doet Fort aud Mi Sarah ;MorrUonliltrewnlinjc Mrs.Viicox aud
. si I daughter, daughter, said certificate in office, and has made
application -
know of one who gave the "G. B." Notice of Application for Tax Deed Cnder Sec-
! issue in accordancewith
for dted
Hours dressed Will Veal and wife Charles; Veal and tax to
S. Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida. law. Said Certificate embraces the following -
but he only bid his best girl good bye '
In pink. MIM f Dillie White and wife, J. M. Smith and wife, ;Mrs. H. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT F. M. described to-wit property Northeast situated in Marion of northeast coun-
purchaser of tax certificate No ty. : quarter
and of course sne ask him to be a 3463 dated the ist day of July A, D. IQOI has quarter section 9 northwest quarter of the Circuit Court ol the Fifth J...... ..
Ml. Mary Morrl*>n drwwwl in green.rtprewDtldK W. Loug, Mrs.' Curry and Mrs.
ot section 10, all in township
good till chanced to meet filed said certificate in my office and has made quarter cuit of Florida, in IUd lor Marian 0IaIf.
boy they
Miss t SallieMorrUoo application for tax: deed to issue in accordancewith ij. range 24
"Forenoon. of Jacksonville Mrs. Chatham
law. Said certificate embraces the follow The said land being assessed at the date of Narcissi Wight.vs. S. C. WiiTT .....
all and that black-
a ain. That is the issuance of such certificate in the name of
and MUM Emily Halford, \Vaycross, Ga., Mr. A. W. Woodward ing described propert situated in Marion county Unknown Unless said certificate shall be redeemed IS ORDERED THAT TilE UrtMliAsff.
to that is Florida, to-wit: Orange grove tract 14 1 S C. Wright, be and he is .
-rry picking seems me according to law tax deed will issue hereby r fHMt*.
rei'frKDtiug( ">N OIlU." lrt .sed in or-I I and wife, Newcomb I5are and Silver The Springs said land Park being less assessed 30 feet at the date of thereon on the nth day of August A. li. 1903. appear to the bill of complaint in this CMMt KMinuiii'j

aDp. MiMAiruen, Holly and Mis. K. 15-uin.j to bean old thing now. wife, Mrs. C. C. Bell, an>I other.and the issuance ot such certificate in the name of Witness my official signature and seal this the4thdayof the jrii, uan uj AuytUt. A.D. tftf
UXCLE JOE. Unknown. Unless sid certificate shall be re July, A. D. 1903.S. It is further ordered that a cony of thto...
* L. Mania rrpmeatin "Afierooou," a number of maidens and bachelors deemed according to law. tax di-ed will issue T. SISTRUMC. be published once a week for dIIK ..........
Clerk Circuit Marion Co. t'la.
thereon on the 21St day of August. A D 1003 7-10 Court. weeks in the Ocala Banner
drtwrd la lareudar. Miss America were thrown in. Witness my official signature and seal this the his the zsth day of May. A. D. ....
You know what you are taking. 13th dayof July.' A. D. 1<;03. [SEAL] S T.

llllaot anti MUs I Maggie Anderson The social features of the o'ca..ion 7-17 6. T isISTRUXK.: J NOTICE. 81SftV1h
When take Grove's Tasteless
you ; Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co. Fla. By IL

rmntlog "Twilight" .dressed in Chill Tonic because the formula is were in no small way of incalculable H.Complaiuaat'alOlicitor.W. CHAMBER: ,
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec toft

Uu! Mr*. J. T. Lewis and Miss! plainly printed ou every bottle showing benefit to our section; all separating NOTICE. tion 8, Chapter 4SS Laws of Florida

Willi MeKinncy nI'n8tnt\D' \ feeling more closely drawn to each VOTICE IS: HEREBY GIVEN THAT CAMP
that it is simply Iron and Quininein ." Phosphate Co purchaser of tax certificate NOTICE
Notice ol for Tax Deed Under
Application Sec.
NIght dresml in black and MX other and a desire to make an annual No. 1147 dated the i.t day of July. A. D. 1901,
tasteless form. No Cure. No Pay tion S. of Chapter 4>>SLaws of Florida. has filed raid certificate in my office. and has
made for tax deed to issue in accordance Notice Application lor Tax Dead asr .u4
mall children rrprwutiug Virtue* pilgrimage to this park. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LOUISA application
Price 50 cents. purchaser of tax certificate No. with law. Said certificate embiaces the tion 6of Chapter 4tf, x.a.1 01.......
nrrylng Ilea rra. Judging from the way a cer'aiu! 140 dated the ist day of July A U 1901 has following described property situated in Marioncounty. ,NOTICE IS HEREBY' r.ITKN
filed said certificate in my office and made application Florida to wit; West half southwest t THAT GhlM.

&)b'1 Jubilant Voices iladly lUng.AdJn. Seinir.g at Lake Weir, Etc. couple monopolized the swiug we ', with law.for Said tai certificate deed to embraces issue in the accordance following quarter The IBid section land 21 being township assessed 15 range at the 19 dote of =1Vesley'0. w6o dated Quick the purchaser 3rd day of of Octefcer.Tax OMtiMslB A. JL

., by lion. O. J. !Hlrozier; to To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. think cupid cast an arrow on the described property situated in Marion the issuance unknown.of such Unless certificate said certificate in the name shall of be is has s.made has filed application said rtiteate fat tax ID"deed.f I...awat.. IM li
Florida party
county towitCommencing at
th. C'hlldJ't'D. ]Ut address was very For a number of years there seems Fourth. I j 900 feet south and jz" feet west of northeast a point cor- redeemed according to law tax deed will issue the accordance following with described taw. Solid eertilkBlc ewhfMM
I nerot southeast quarter section jS. township u.I thereon ou the nth day of August A.D. 1903. property altaaM Ik
forcible both to young and old. If to have been friction between those Mrs. Chatham, of Wayeross, Ga., is I range 21, thence south 360 feet west 303 feet Witness my official signature and seal this the Marion South county.half of nowth Florida welt to.quarter_h. of SMttoMatquarter
4thday of July. A. D.
north 360 feet east 363 feet.
all should follow his Instruction the who wish to seine the lake and those is visiting Dr. Veal and wife. I The said land being assessed at the date of 1003.S.. T. SISTRUNK, ship 16.of range northeast 13. quarter cetiaai ISo .....-
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co. Ela.
the issuance such certificate in the name of ;-10
-oik would be much better oil in a who think otherwise. As you are The yield of corn in this section I Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be re the The issuance said land of such being crrttfkale assessed m at the th*awaw 4ts* 4f..
deemed according to law. tax deed will issue Arthur Tible I'nlen said
: rtlilioua way. Much credit Is due probably aware Weir Park Is conceded will be fifty per cent greater than was thereon the zist day of August. A. D 1903. NOTICE. redeemed according* law, tax ftfI"NlaII deed Wai <0H fcr

!l tb. tuprrlnttudent and officers of to be the best fishing grounds thought a month ago. 15th Witness day of my July official! A. D.signature 1903. and seal this the thereon Witness on my the officialith day.sgaatore of Jaly...A...O....tfa_* MHKth

i the UOM lumr Sunday school for the on the lake, both by those who believe Gen. Bullock too old for governor 7 17 Clerk Circuit Court S. T. Marion SISTRUNK.Co. Fla. Notice of Election of Griner Farm. Special Tax day[ of1nnc] A. li. 1901.S T. mTlVJIC.

Veal lottrett manifested In Chil- hook and line fishing should be !Such; an idea What next? School District. 6-19 Clerk Circuit Court Manes. ...

I -4",1, h'J.Un. the only plan, or method of taking NOTICE OF SCHOHRSHIP AT DEFU- VTJTICE i\ election IS will HEREBY be held at GIVEN the Griner THAT Farm AN

Basket Picnic at Fairfield. ;I NIAK SPRINGS.I school house Marion county Florioa: curing SPECIAL MASTER'S SALt. i |

hamufl! I'ittuiau, of Ooula, has fish as well as thiH that think that ,,I the hours of i S o'clock and sundown on

.... boMiug M-rir* of meetings method too slow. We have been requested to announce AUGUST ;TH AND 8TH THERE WILl. Mtaiday. Aumut! 3, J. D. ipij, AND
\ A P111
'I''I'O of ,
for the of electing three trustees UNDER
that a big basket picnic will be held iiJ myotfice in Ocala a purpose .
compcuveexamiNation rendered .
Now I to make above named special tax school d1 trict. aud to oa _It y II pea. It.
6 &r this |.Uc. and a great interest am going a request for the scholarship at DeF.iniak fix the of to be assessed and collected D. 1903. by the Han \\'. S WIact1..........
be at Fairfield rate rmllage
L given next Wednesday, Springs. Flonda The btneficient will receive Circuit Court of the Firth ,...... dNiIIa ..
I** Uwu niauifM.ted, there bring in the interest of both sides, as well as Jioo a year :n eight cash payments for two for the next ensuing two years. Florida. in and for Uaikw
said election all
the 24th! of July. A number of | Qualified electors at are registered -
years'I a certiia cause pcuduig w Mid eaus" iiN
said dl trict
*"ralll't"-IIII1' i0 ihe church off my own, so that we may know what | The scholer'hip is open to any cue man or and qualifird voters: of \v. W Clyatt waa cumplaiaaat ... .. ....
speakers have been invited aud a big in Marion who pay a tax on real or personal property
woman county between the ages of den"t al. acre dcfenda.* ia which tMt ..
Chrltt. Mr. .I'ittman\: a flue each others rights are and in that way eighteen and twenty five of good moral char- therein. hate been appointed cree I. L s. teck. wa apaHaled spuiai _
,time is expected. \\'. The to'.lowiag persons
acter. D. CVrn. to execute the.same, I will on
> of said election
rtatb., ao'1 *" all admire his ierMr ee if any understanding can be 7-17 supt. of Schools.EXECUTOR'S managers aad clerk and :\V. P. Chalk- .
The Fairidtll't'fl'le do things in a I J. J. Luftman B. H. Leitner A/oadai, ikt4 dat. / Ai tint. A. D., ifili

1D1tG.. reached, for the beunefit of all. It I er.managers and C. M. Marphey.cIer that beinica legal sate day ofcr..dauMWsalr. ,
handsome rmnner, are noted for th** By order ot the Board of Public Instructionthis : and will sell at p.bhc axMM MM 11\
.. It .\, Hlgitiuii returned to her may be a fact that "ignorance of the : NOTICE TO CREDITORS the 6th day of July A D. 1903. highest and best bidder for cash la foM.4 >
quantity and quality: of the good j AND OTHERS. Attest G. t.. SCOTT court hoii>e dour m Ocala. HarMs. MM ''"
boiii. BIt lVUtl ywterday.J law excused no one" but that statement I W. I). CARS. Chairman." legal hours of ..If. the fait, i. 4aatl !
things at theirdinnerau'i tho;.e who I secretary. -10 premises lying and betai: ...... tm Mat .

R ll.tttU'jllitt't! tola this is not a fair one, as can be verified NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CR ED- county, Florida_to-wit
attend the picnic next Wednesday legatees distributees and all persons: Lot one ((1)) ofbluck arrolytbmnttt '.
I'HIt OIII.u.lo...... every day in the year, and the hating .Linus or demands against the estate of NOTICE.w.DTICE old survey ot the low*. BOW thy *T OH
may count 'themsehes fortunate! i 1 CHARLES E .ABs(IN. deceased that tb..v. and Florida. and also a strip nf tawt iMM M 1'';
),,.. X. .\. Fort and daughter, of I further fact that it is not possible for each of them.are called upon and required to adjoining the said tut oa"the anal ... --a."
ind ed. ,I present their claims again-t the seU estate to IS: HEREBY GITEX TO W. D. the entire leafth of the laid tai .M Milk $h,1
Lynn, .It.... rrUtive here bunds}. many to know what the law is, and, I the undersigned as executor the test will and 1 Murton and all persons interested that a south and being thirty lee fast *.... __.. f
--- -- -- 1 testament Charles Ab-on.deceased, within suit has been instituted in'the county judge's thereof as will satisfy aid dcrat a*d ..
II. .:. Mirtiu anti party have re. as amendments are t'outiuuou. >ly in I two years from this date as required by law. court of Marion county, Florida by attachmentin LtMlI.
I otherwise the same will be forever b..rred. favor of W J. Chambers. doing businessunder Special..... n
t4raed from Salt: Sprlugt. They report order, and conditions are changing iiiiTjiiiii- ED\\ HOLDER. the style and name irfie W. J. chain W. K. Zewadski. CoavplTsMr.
Executor ol last will and testament of Charles berg shoe Company on the btb day of July
iuTiitg a good time. rapidly, I, therefore, as one who 'I h; Ab-on. deceased. _-\. D 1903. -
) Ocala. Fla.. July loth A.D. 7-lO-St Morton and all
190; D.
Those who are gaining flesh And the said W. persons
W. wishes to know how the law reads NOTICE FOR PU&UCATWhN
are !Kuiug to have "bear hunt" j and strength by regular treatment inerested are hereby required to appear to said
P with action before the county judge at his office in
la a few day. We invite the editor' and for the benefit of many others, OTice.I (leala. Florida. onMnil

of the lUuner to and the. ask that you publish the law relatingto Scott's Emulsionshould / Srtfemltr J. D. Jgaj. Department of the Isitcriw, 11.54 Galt.....s
join continue the treatment or jud ment will be given in said cause in favor Gainesville, P1*.. Jmat .|.. .....

t*rty, hear have been seen several seining in such lakes as Lake Weir in hot weather; smaller dose I I Office of H. W. Long Chairman. Board of ) of the said \\'.J. Chambers. Amount sought to IS HEKKBY CIVKM 'l'llAT
and a little cool with it County Commissioners Marion Co Fla.Mattel. be recovered$37 35 and costs of suit. NOTICE named settler .. .
milk will ss ij,4 ... n
: tiniri latelj oo the bay near Tiger- or the substance of it, so that those of do away with any objection Fla.. July 9th, 1903. I Witness my hand as county judge and the his intention to make t..1.\ .....
den. which Is attached to fatty products To All To Whom It May Concern: seal: of the said court on this the fe'.h day of July, his claim and that said proof wIN before ...... "
your readers who wish to may know during the heated BIDS: WILL BE RECEIVED TO A. D .HOJ of K.BULLOCK Manon Co. Fla. Clerk Circuit Cowrt a't Oasis ..... as :
Wt SEALED 7-io [seal] County
continue to have plenty rain, where they stand.I season.Send a steel bndge across the Withla- "Xul **. ii.
free sample. coochce river DnnncUon Fla
fclch it damaging to fodder pulling, SCOTT & BOWSE, ChemUts, with plans and near specifications: said bridge, together to be 'TED-5E\"ER.\L' INDUSTRIOUS PERsons viI: OLIVER MOoRE. ot .......
am going to do what I can to lid. for the tontoai ......
but Its flue aud en- 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. erected west ot and as near the railroad bridgeas in each state to travel for house established 27747. a .
on cane j>otatoesi. 5<>c. and'1-00; aC druggets.'t practicable. Also sealed bids for widening eleven years and with a large capital to call west quarter of sectsaai 9, lawMksy II ;;
j REX. courage legitimale fishing on Lake draw in old bridge from 34 feet too feet, with upon mercnants and agents lor successful and nngeMeast. _
awl said bids profitable line. Permanent engagement Weekly He names the fotfewiac wtoaaaaa tfaVN
Weir and especially at Weir Park. plans specifications aadtpecifi- continuous rt'tw1eoce .. ... Mm
cation. to be delivered in person to H. W. Long cash silary of SiS and all tra\cling expensesand sp \
fOLEnllONIYANDTAR advanced in cash each week. said land vix: ltaadolt'1 Pmtlf.as .
25. at Dunnellon, Florida.The hotel bills
Many persons are desirous of knowIng FOLEYftt11ffiYA.\'DT R July nght 1003.to reject any or all bids is referred. Experience not o essentiiU Mention reference B 1". Baucbilton, k_Uw. '.. '
KU. W. G. .
lens CtUsi: Prtvenl. Pneumonia | when the steamer will be ready I I I. H. W. LONG Chairman. and enclose self-addressed envelope. THE ton, ......
i fet' 4ucZ;, :1U'e. Saopiatet 71c 3t Bd. Co. Corns., Marion Co., Fla. NATIONAM,334 :Dearborn St. Chicago. -i-iflt 73'G


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LAWYER'S UNION. .. "1111111t11111111141111111111111111111111r " " I "1" "1" "1111t11111111111111111111" ,,!" " " "1111111111111111f1ff" " " '

Willis J.Abbott, who tpeut winter ..... ,
before 1alln Ocala, says in Boyce's .....
r ...
Weekly that the Lawyer's Union, tlll -- .
known as the tar, is the oldest union .
JAKE :::
extant. .:: ABE

Mr. Abbott says:
The attorney belongs to a particu ..
larly well organized union called the .-
bar. His fellow members, having for :
generations back been smart! enough I .
to use their political power to magnify .
the importance of their union and .
to increase its btreugth, have incor : ....
-- ........
{orated into the law of the land the .
fiction that attorneys are officers of .....
the court, but this theory is accepted ....
only by the lawyers themselves. In : .-...-
ore r to become a member of the .
lawyers'union a prescribed! course of T
training is required,just as in any : 1dr E P WISDOM= ___ _u. ._ -- 3
other union. Once a member, the : ....
lawyer, if he would keep in good .
standing, must conform to the union -.....-
rules. He, or the union for him, die "V
tales the conditions on which he is to :
be employed. It you don't believe 1 2'r .3
this go hire a lawyer and find out ....
x who fixes the amount of the fee. : ..
-- ..
As for the hours of labor, did the .....
employer of an attorney ever have a .....
word to about them? The hired -
say in the shape of There Brands Trade Cheap Canned Goods are frequently
man in this case works when be Everything are ...
chooses and scorns, in rendering the Food that is sealed up in a tin found to be largely --.
bill, to draw any equation between .:, can is not necessarily of good Marks and Firms') Nanjes) liquid; in plain terms "water." :
the time he worked and the charge
he makes. ::: quality. Canned Goods include that cover Canned foods Royal Scarlet Canned Goods ::

are "solid they contain the ::
first, second, and ever so many which excellent ,
S1CO Eewarl 510U oreolwaysof least and
grades of quality in things eatable possible liquid are ::
The readers of this paper will be : therefore cheaper at higher .,
Quality>)d there are others. .
pleased to learn that there id at least prices. -..

cue dreaded disease that science has : .-.....-
been able to cure in all Its stage and .....
that id Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure .....
li: the only positive cure known to the : .....

atitutional constitutional medical fraternity.treatment.disease Catarrh, requires Hall's being Catarrh a con-a __(H OUR LEADING BRAND Of CANNED GOODS

Cure is taken Internally, acting : .....
directly upon the blood and mucous ....
surfaces of the system, thereby destroying .....

and the giving foundation the patient of the strength disease :E.. Is the ROYAL SACRLET "First and the title covers Food, Process = j

by building up the constitution and .

assisting The proprietors nature have in doing so much its work.faith .:- and Can. The: contents consist invariably of First Quality of Foods, -4r

in its curative powers, that they offer .

One that it Hundred fails to cure.Dollars Send for for any list case of ..E. freshly gathered and freshly prepared, All Vegetables and Fruits under ...

testimonials. Address, :

F.J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. E; this label are Hand Packed which means careful selection by expert:" ,

Sold by Druggists. 75c. : ...tlE /

Hall's Family Pills are the best. .. and rejection of inferiors, which escape exclusion in machine making, .: '

The Charm of the Mississippi. : .....
The nature lover,.in doubt as to -
where to go for an outing, can find -41
plenty of enjoyment iu a trip down ..b- --
the Mississippi river-stopping over, : --

perhaps, at Vicksburg or Natchez, to -- .......
make preparation for excursions from ...
those places. The writer recently .
boarded a steamer Memphis, going :- i ez& THE STAFF OF LIFE A
MUthward. To novice eyes, the trip ...
down the great stream is full of won. : --
... !
der. Not the beauties of the Hudson .
-- -fill
does he find, nor the castled turrets of .. -8

the Rhine, nor the gay pageants of '" ......

the storied Thames, nor the gentled E There have been a All of our
loveliness! of the'ISmall stream that ::: ...
graces the region of the North Carolina aa :
-0 thrice fair Swauanoa! But a a: great many / OBELISKFLOUR

Ll-autyall its cwu has this wonderful (S
for the old
E good
Mississippi, which, on its serpentine ::
way from pearl Lake Itasca to the a
blue waters'" of the .Mexican gulf, ::E Staff of Life, but after : "

traverses616 miles of territory. Its & 2'I''I i1 \
f E there is notlv
legendsand traditions; its great ilusb : all ee ,
times before the war; its spectacular &-- t:N.a. I
history, may all be learned from borne <: ing so wholesome

quaint old riverman who will gladly _
fSa Is made from
give full measure of his lore. Thereis asa: E and so sustaining as iouR ,y the
a charm in the vast stretches of the

forest, in the loneliness of the great tsts E well made Bread x most carefully selected 4

fctream-Father of Waters! in its

mightiness and supreme length, its ISa SELECT and tested 4
= made from Always Reliable
sunsets and its unrj es-Sports .....

Afield. No False Claims. :E FLOUR, Wheat,
& -'
The propietors of Foleys Honey'and U.U.
Tar do not advertise this H a "sure -
cure for consumption." Thay do not 4-'II
claim it will cure this dread complaints :
in advanced cases, but do posit. JUST RECEIVED ONE CAR OF OBELISK FLOUR.
., ively assert. that it will cure in the earlier ..
stages and never fails to give comfort -41III
F. and relief in the worst cases.Foley'a : --
Honey and Tar is without -
. doubt the greatest throat and lung -...tIiIII..
t remedy. Refuse substitutes. Post I- -
l" Office Drug Store. m
. 441
i. Another Big Land Deal. 1-' *41m

,. Mr. Richard S. Hall, of this city, : ........"
I made a sale of land last Saturday to .

t Col. W. B. Wilson, of Charleston.The _
i: land,which is in Sumter county, I THE TEA POT GROCERY.

covers 19,000 acres. The timber from I : .
this land will be hauled to Ocala to be .

converted into lumber for export. I' : A BROWN & BRO, Proprietors. .

Bronchitis For Twenty Years.
Mrs. Minerva Smith. Danville, 111., ...
writes: "I had bronchitis for twenty i ..." .
years and never got relief until I used .. -'II

, cure Btore.Foley's cured Honey me.and" Post Tar Office which Drug m has j':: :? " " " ." ,," '." .'" ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, :

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