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 31, 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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-IH : T No Matter How Small,
r Three Camas of Base Ball--Horse
: Mr. S. A. Standley received a tt-Ie-I
Racing-A Waek of Gaiety.Mr. No Matt How Large,
gram Wednesday afteruoou acnouneitig I O.
S.; A. btandley:: who was deputized
f; ti e death of his nephew? :tindley I
on behalf of Ocala to visit the
Lester, which sad event occurred at I B
managers of the Valdosta and Tampa
1 his old home in Shellman, Ga., attwenty (4J
base ball teams, j.
was successful in his :
minutes to five o'clock.
IN A .BOX mission aud these teams will playa I
This announcement received here H ."MUNROE & CHAMBLISS.."
series of ball names in this city on the R
-- with profound sorrow as Mr. Lester < .< BANKERS .< .<
If you want to write a nice letter you can do it if you have was an admirable young man,pOtiM'i'Iiug 3rd, 4th, and 5th, of August. N I
nice iUti uery. You're in a box if you haven the paper and I On August 6tb, there i is to be a
Er l'rlj i 1Q nice box M you buy it here. We have many sty It*. HZ line business qualifications and
pa number of tine horse races.
traits of character that made him

" POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. | popular with all. He was twentyone I I exceedingly The railroads low rates are going and great to put crowds on 1 K Will Give It Satisfactory AttnI -

"I of .
years age.Mr.
r I are expected in Ocala to witness the tion
Lester lived in this city for I
r ball and the
about four years and a few months I games races. 1---_______ __w.
', The best players in Georgia are
ago, on account of failing health,
t::' AJ::::: going to be matched against the best Nci
J; was obliged to resign his position
::: ,, placers in Florida and the
E- here. He WE"nt0 Georgia and a few
promise to be the most spirited that' Ocala Florida.
weeks ago went to Colorado but the -
1' will be witnessed this summer.
IIIIIIIIIIIiii physicians there could do nothing for ,. ..
1III11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I i him so he returned to fteorgia, where 1 Wants Cam's Place. .'. --,___ n_ _--_.- -- .__-__ --- -- ."_ -. c'

I death relieved him of his sufferings I'rof. J. H. Brinson, of Fortl: lc-

I yesterday afternoon He leaves one Coy, at present principal of the

I! devoted sister, Miss Perla Lester, anda Orange Springs Normal and Commercial ,, "' c
: number of,relatives to whom the Institute, and at the head of the \t J. .r iuwvywms

Ocala Banner extends its sympathyin commercial department of the East :.7 :; II CANOPY Se

their affliction. Florida Seminary, wants Superintendant -

Church Tea at Mrs. Tyding's. Cam's place. He thinks brother .'. .,, .,ti Nickel plated.
1'ue8tlayafternoon the third of the Cam has been feasting on Jchieken j 'Y.' : 'Patent Frames.

.... series of teas being given by the ladiesof long enou h" Bro. BriLson: has a .';y Plain nets and

Grace Episcopal 1 church for the short hand copy of the famous speechBro. ;' with lace.

benefit of the new church building Cam used in his campai nets.

fund, was held at the home of Mrs- agains Bro. Payne. The campaign Plain and

C. Tydiugsoc Ocklawaha avenue.A will be a lively one.

large number of I Indies and sev- trimmed.OCALlt ,
Capt. Padgett, one of the substantial

nit t.i rle ctTfiforI). & row Phosphate an<1 Timber Lands.. Ocala. Fla eral gentlemen were in attendance citizens of Leesburg, was in FURNITURE CO'E. ;
Office in Blod next to 1r.jmlthILSASiTS ut-t-liesI
the afternoon
anti to say: was -
d Ocala Tuesday and will return tomorrow
I .Ani .a most pleiuutlypent.. These teas are to root for the Leesburg, t-am. C. SMITH, Prop. ,
delisjhtful gatherings and always ,
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afford; a i.leasant afternoon for those
SUA : SA3XS. Lr.il Editor Me,..rs. Edward Hiller and D.-;. iOSS3SSSSESSsi: ;seaysims mfl '
formiiat enough to be present. w
Williams who !spt-nt Sunday at :
-- )1 assisted in receiving -
rs. Tidings was
rJUPPENINQS ABOUT TOWN. Atlantic Beach, returned home Tues the ladies by Mrs U. T.lllugh I H. B. MASTERS'
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Mr. L.Oth.u."t'r is 4t the Ocala Mrx. C. C. Todd and children, who the dining i room Mrs. Be-sie McCouutll ;'';

Bou.r.eeMre.. ____ han been speudiugseveral.. weeks at nerved leiuoua.ie, which together CLOTHING

FIJI weut'lowu u> Fruitlaud :MoiiteHgle: Tenn., are now in CUatou, uilli rakes was pushed to the 8 DEPARTMENT. I

Par TUl't'II1Y. Ky. visitors by a bevy of young ladies including -

Mr. Forney Luicaser leaves nextuerfk >.is Annie Davis, Gertrude / It I
)Ir. \\Vrrm' Holizclaw, of Candler,
PC da! Ethel Sinclair, Pauline Sullivan -
(in H v iiutiiiifd hu.inl'atid it< OJ t

I w'a.lu 0..:.... 31ul.dry.boo. .1 Van. pleitsure trip ill Atlanta and other Over and twelve Sara; Harris.dollars was added to YOU ARE GOING TO THE RACE! You j

M. V.u H. :, of In-. point
the church fund as a result of this
ttrbrsa, Ihit Iu Ocala Tuesday. Miss Annie DeLong, of Candler,

after a brief visit to Miss Annie plants But gathering.-- -- --- had better get your entry in here before I j
Mr.Hugb Ellison,of Silver Springs,
)Mathews returned home :Monday: Selecting a Government Site.

skeet Sunday iu Ocala. afternoon.Mr.. Mr.V.. D. Windom, of the treasury that, for there is going to be the biggest I

Ynef1. 3fathews and Jim department, Washington, D. C.,
Vincent :: of
MwJy formerly
Fjlrt !Sunday at Lake Weir. is in Ocala looking over thesites ofieered kind of
k.. this city, was among a party of Pa- by various individuals to the government a race to get one of our I
iatka people who spent Sunday at .
(Arthur Ilardaker. or West's! on which to erect the proposed -

Mill,L von,spent Tuesday in Os'ala. Seabreeze public building. It appears: marked down 'bii.summer' suits !

that lots' have heed offered by Messrs.J. C
Miss Tillie /
Pyles, who has been at r '
Mn.f 8 ztou ud children went out F. Edwards, W. P. Haisley, Edwin 'J d I
Asheville and other points in North : If wait too will ;
to Cuttou Plant Tuesday to visit the SpeLeer and R L. Anderson. Mr. you f t( longyou b e =
all I Carolina is now visiting in :Mouita: ;
tolb. ____ Win ow will look them over care- ,
Mr. E. 6. Upturn, of Lake Weir, South Carolina.Mrs. fully and make his report to the government among those :r' ,t that "Also Ran/

.u numbered among the visitors to W. Clark and Mrs. E. C. Bennett and one of the number will i// : r
0)t,'&!,Tul'tJay. and little daughter, willleavenext be selected and it will not be long A word to the 'f :, : wise is suffi-

Tb*uw mill men of Florida and week for Roanoke, Virginia, before we shall know where our government

Gturfla time at where they will spend some time. building will be located. //r 'Jt
are having a big
llUntio Beach. cient Our race ? i 1 ,+f starts on the 3
When other medicine have failed take No False Claims. fl ; ,
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Foley'a Kidney Cure. It has cured The propietors of Foleys HOlie)'and
Mn D. M. Bouey enjoying a visit
when every thing else has disppoiuted. Tar do not advertise this is a "sure "and runs thro ,1j ;" the6lf
from her iiiece, Mrs. Robinson, of Post: OfliceDrug Store. m cure for consumption." Thay do not 9 ugh as

JltboDfUle. claim it will cure this dread complaints ,

Jima I I Mrs. L. P. Miller and children left in advanced cases, but do posit well as through I ,, / I the clothing
It. Keene lost $1,fltrx1, on '
I Tuesday afternoon for Clemson, 8. C., i\"elyassl'rt that it will cure in the ear- ,
tya street ty hi in law's failure and fails .
son- lierstages never to give com- !
where will several mouths
they spend
ettrtl days fort and relief in the worst cast'S.Foley's stock and ; have the bestTHE '
_ago. at the foot of the mountains.Mr. we '.'; ,." ,
Honey and Tar is without
fit W. W. pros viUe's PRINCETON"clothes
doubt the greatest throat and lung

I TDalda1.ItUIcubhed! attorney_, was in Ocala through. Stanton Ocala Tuesday Boreland from Citra paved en remedy.Office Drug Refuse Store. substitutes. Post m: and val 61 {Pj: J/f ues to be found,

Xn.P.Jaiueau and children left route to his fine orange groves near

&nd y lor X@w York state to spend Fort :Myers: in L4e county. The Mr.many Bennett friends to Leave of Ocala.Mr. E. C. Washington used a hatchet on his father'scherry

*Ttni mouth
Mrs. 0, W. Reagan left Monday fora Bennett, the popular manager of the

XlI.D. 3[. feu.ith went to Jasper visit to Hagerstown, :Met.: Later electric light plant, will be sorry to tree, and, as we can't tell a lie, we are

tiunday to spend Ii short \\hileas thefat i I I Mrs. Reagan will visit relatives at learn that he will soon leave Ocala.

01 Mrs. Frank Adam her old home at Winona,Miss. Mr. Bennett goes to Bristol: Tenn., to
accept a more lucrative position. going to use the hatchet on our prices, and
1lr. and slew J. AlvU Jordan re- Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the blood
There he will have charge of an elec-
tilled Sundiiy from a two week's oy straining out impurities'and tones
trical supply house, which is ownedby down Come others
:tot to White Spring up the whole system. Cures kidneyand they are going early,
bladder troubles. Post Office )lr. W. II. Engleby.::Mr. Bennett

-kditor3ltller is lUst back from Drug Stora. m expects to leave about the middle of wise won't cross the tape. Don't forget

&J s UlIUm, where he has been on Mr. and :Mrs.: A. E. Delouest left August and later will be joined at you

Wilnt expedition. Monday for Rens,elaer, Indiana, Bristol by Mrs. Bennett and baby,

fr" where they wil spend several months. who leave in a few dayl.for a visit to 2xpiece summer suits will be sold at COSTon
8. H. Blitch, Blitchton's popu- .
*1& The Banner follows them and will Virginia.The

fc'*!*phjslcliu friends Tuesday., was smiling on his keep them posted on home affair every success Banner in wishes his new Mr.home.Bennett the 3, 4, 5 and 6 only.

lira JalllH W.Stephens, of Market I Mm. W. a Pike and Mrs. E. P. Mr. Seth R Blown, of Micanopy, IJ

,ltrttt,wj) cU ai her guest this even- Thagard and children left over the formerly and old mark of this H. B. MASTERS.

-be Mr.8tph' us' cousin, Miss Ruby; early morning train for St.Augustine; county is visiting here. He says that

"fbtnl, of Ocala.-Jacksonville where they will spend' the balance ofthesummer. many of the orange groves at and
ztropoliLd J JfjJ near Micanopy are being rehabitated. I
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OCALA PARAGRAPHS Mr. and J. B, Cutler came up Wed- I .11r! M, t;. Moser, of Cottage Hill, KILLED IN] SCOTLAND.Hon. ........lLf.ftIIWMother's i DeclS.
terday from Duunellon and are regis- 1 was in Ocala Wednesday. He says Important t

Mr. J. M. Meffjrt is back from a tered at the Ocala House. Mrs. thfr farmers in his section shipped a John G. Long, Consul General at Ear I

visit to Seabreeze. Cutler has been spending several large quauity of pears and received Cairo, Meets With Sudden Death. Lower Insurance Rltll" a
A WORD lit IIIorH R'. EAR,
weeks with Mr. Cutler at Dunnellon. exct llent prices for them. That Mr. A telegram was received in Jack- miasma AII mrtHT AND m turn i Given to Per ont who 0f

Mr. L. C. Bell represented York in MOMTHS THAT COME Off Off THAT : not Drink
McClain received much 250 for Alcchoo
as as sonville announcing that Hon. John TIME.
Ocala Mr. E. A. Polly, of Belleview, was I Liquor
Wednesday.Mr. one fourth of his crop on the trees. G. Long, head of the Natural Republican SCOTT'S EMULSION
among the number of "kittens" initiated -
He says that it is an exceedingly good Committee of this state and SUPPUES THE EXTRA STRENGTH ANDNOURISHMENT
J. P. Pillans, of Electra, was SO HlCtSStHr Cjsi tece.t det lde.
into the mysteries of the orderof tOH of ... ltr .
3 (iow General, to Cairo, J {ypt, has THE HEALTH Of BOTH MOTHER AND *
shopping! in Ocala Wedne day. CHILD. est *!**
the Hoe Hoos at their caucateuatiou ear.Mr. romp tt It* .....
and Mrs. Hardy C. Cronin and died from the effects of an aci-ideiitial Send (or free sample. I States, k>w.r MM ,r. to |N ...
Atlantic Beach SCOTT S. rows ..
at Monday night.WANTEDPosition clmuU,
Judge Alf AlI-hire represented \ baby will move the first of August l I I fall while visiting :iu Daubar, Scot 409-415 Pearl Street New Putt.s persons who du nut ta4.|f., hi. tittftnj
Ocala Wedllesda '. aDd|.oo; all druggists. intotteatlic r. ..... ,1
Belleview in } on good farm. from Tallahassee to Canabelle, where land. ..M. "
__ ._ n'_ .... .. sUtivtic from alllOWt'tI
Fifteen experience in Florida Mae red
years 'Ir. Croom will have charge of the Judge:: Long was'" a native of Wil ..
Mr. O. B. Howse went to Kisoim- farming. Age 43, no family. Best reference. ---- -. nse ol alcoholic drink ahhys ....-
mee Welne!'day afternoon on a business Apply to T. Dail, silver: ice plant. On account of his health mington. N. C., but moved to this'" posei to kld.-y Ironbl, .a4 ..

vi-ut. Springs Fla. 7-17..H. Mr. Crooai has been compelled to county when quite a young: man and Disease, Diabetes ... .u tildes ttNS/ .. !i

give up his! office work. Mrs. Croomwas I still owns property interests; here. He HUSBAND IS SHOT oey dh.M.s .r.,fat i......f.......... .
'. Mrs. Rawls, of Jacksonville, after a I of I .
drinker t.-r. siw .
hlk .
Mr. Otis lenders after spending formerly Miss Sallie Bell of this afterwards moved toSt.. Augustine, ttsas ...
visit in this city with her son, Mr. than among !>"*. who 4i
MI yto
several weeks In Ocala has returnedto where his home has been ever since. BY JEALOUS WIFE/ ...
Samuel A. Rawls, has gone to Fer- city.Tte then.IA .
Duuneltou. announcement ha? been made He was sixty-seven years of age. He ----- a r eet 44m l.for. A.fcwMi
nandina to visit her brother, Capt. A. 4
Mr. Perry M. Coulson, of Gaines O. MacDonell.The that on or about September 15th the ;I was appointed consul general to Cairo, Sensational Affair Occurs In the United SUIM, ..... J, M. '1 fq,

Ocala Banner will issue elaborate i Egypt, iu 1S99. Senator true li.w Harp-iMs, ,,, Ie
ville, was a popular visitor to Ocala an Atlanta, Ga. multi of mart ...,__ Msest
union services at the Presbyterian special edition devoted Judge Long was on hi-Jway back to rq
to the three
Wednesday.Mr. made to aseeatsh she.......tiwp/...
church Sunday night were industries of the United States: when the accident fiVE SHOTS WERE FIRED
which Marion county lag upon ties UIU M* life .| tsdhtinals.

P. H. Gillen, head of the Ocala I well attended and were very interest. boasts-naval stores, lumber and occurred which resulted in his", death. U. tt.e..s .....1...... tl.tsbaett

Banner's job department, was sick ing. Rev. D. E. Hannah, of the phosphate. That the publication will Judge Long ha two btothers living Jealous Wiie of a Well Known Bartender all cue tffcy Betgkt', 1-..... vats.....

Wednesday and confined to his bed. Christian church, preached a most be a creditable one is vouchsafed for in this county, Messrs.", Stephen D. Tries to Kill Him Only On leer drkkbf e4 flat .*., M4 kAi -

excellent Long and Solon Long. Shot Hits Mark-WoOd Taken to My r.rwWri bad tie sass.s.........

Dr. Thomas C. Thompson, Mrs. sermon. by others that have appeared from proUWf a ..".. MHty .f ...

John Clary and Mrs. Albert Proctor Mr. June founts, the inventor of a the Banner office.West Palm Beach Judge Long was never married, but Hospital and May Die. I drink tw ,H fcc< ... a uidw tl p...

and sister are visiting in Tampa.Mr. machine for harvesting pea and vel- News. years ago Mr. Stickney, a close friendof Atlanta July :20.-Stepping: from concern to know. .. beelveyef .......

his, died, and Judge Long becamethe log Iu t1f.-e .po. 1M kaf..ps ......
vet beans, was in Ocala Tuesday. He One of the best friends Lsesburg closet facing the dining room In a BotUe*list will eo gtttetay btelet
David S. Woodrow returned guardian of the children( which lbf.
says he already has his machine pat- has is Mr. D. C.:W. Smith, of Phila. boarding house at 107 Marietta street, refs rift 1. ..... ..... w Phases ...
afternoon from a visit to he adopted. These children
Wednesday were
ented and will soon have same per- delphia. He has faith in the. futureof Irs. V\'. J. Wood this morning at 5.ii: .If en.. If talesarty N sIw/ttsM

his wife and baby at Seabreeze. fected. the town and in the future of Flor- Misses Genevieve and Alice Stickney, o'clot-K firtd five shots at her bu 6audV. form 01 kllay ....... ... ...ba.....

two beautiful and accomplishedyoung \ J. Wood in view of 20 board.ri less eases It wM R4e.sI .. MIsSd .... i
Mra. Anna Martin and Miss: Lava- Miss Gertie Peyser came up Wed- ida, especially this part of it. On his sd _
ladies and C. prepartUen L Mai spN M I
Percy fttickney, who sere at breakfast.
lette Martin have gone to Baruesville, nesday from Lake Weir, where she recent trip here he was delighted do ill flat U *...... far kiti.Itmc.
( deputy United Static marshal for the OLly one ot the sbota took effect,
Ga., to visit relatives. spent a few days at Miss Bessie with the flourishing condition of the .
southern district of Florida, with strikln; Wood In the abdomen, and In- ) Drtif MAM ,
Porter's house party. The young orange trees.Leesburg Commt-rciaI.1 ; flitting what nay result! in a fatal ,
Miss Jessie Owen, of Sparr, Ia.rioncounty' headquarters in Jacksonville, and R. Tlrsts.ettsiast. j ;
ladies are having a most delightful wound.
:; most progressiveoman farmer Hon. W. N. Camp, who owns: many I A. Stickney, formerly of Ocala. Slij-ping her smoking revolt tats .. -- -11& I
spent Wednesday iu tlie city. thousands of acres of land near Sara- the bosom of her dress, 'tlra. Wood rp .1IJQ8a.. !
Mrs. W. Y. Xewsome and childrenwill I The Times-Union's Contest. } --
sota in Manatee county, i preparing: left the house announcing to a B"gM I
-l Mr. B. A. Weathers and son, Braut- leave next week for Fernandina I The Jacksonville Times:Union's passerby that she had killed ber has ATtOWIKV.AT.UAV,
to plant 2,000 acres in sugar cane and Itatl.e M Ssi, ...r. Haab I
ley, have returned from Xew York, content for Ht. Louis Commisiouei9 band and that she intended to kill
to spend a short while with Mrs.( J. B. OCALA hdu 1111
rice. An extensive drainage and irrigation i any officer of the law who attemsdtc
'; where they have been spending the Hiers after which they will to is growing daily more interesting and -
go system is to be installed. capture her. ii: n"1.LM.
few weeks. I the result is being watched! with --
past Soth Carolina for the remainder of This will be one of the largest plantations lrs.rood, it will be remwibertd.is .
the much inttrt'ltall over the state. the woman who, in her IB*(\ l ..! turter
Mrs. C. G. Phillips, of Fulford, near summer. in the stataU. if not the largest. Om Ifaew k ,%..S. tMsAae A
Tied months
There were so many ballots sent in ousy, acme ago to asaaw '
Miami is in Ocala visiting her sisters, -Tampa Time tinate Mrs. --- -
Mr. John Taylor has returned from Mary Balllngcr. a seamstress
during the past week that the complete M. Tarsal' re."
)Ir. Oeo. in the home of Mr. W. J. J
Mrs. W. C. Bull and : Taylor.
Seabreze where he has been spendingthe Mr. J. T. Beall, formerly with the count was not announced until
IVachtree ntveltrsv
Speer, on strtet vvaprtrttteliae.
1 She will remain in Ocala a fortnight.Mr. past three wt'ekIr.. Will Taylor McCormick Harvesting Machine (,'11", Monday. Immediately: after he was shot Mr f... (!r4 h' .nr tarp. ....tee_

Gus Morton, of Eve, sUIerinendant will go over in a day or .*two and is now with the Deering Co and In the East Coast section Miss Wood staggered from the dininf slam '''AI A T5I

join his sisters! and brother m for a made his office call Satur door in which he was etandini. up Uiteps M CNMltC
., ( of Mr. J. N. C. :Stockton'sphosphate pleasant Blumu Gay, of Jacksonville! led ,
I I : to the front of the hous. ud
mines was in Ocala Tuesday couple of weeks. I I day. Mr. Beall is a fine salesman and witho,39S votes; Miss Edith Pye, of then own Marietta street into the office INIJt'fl I

and left Wednesday for Jackson says the Deering is the finest machine Jacksonville; with 3,7Svotes is of the Trio Steam faun try, where. _---UlALA- l-4 -
Mrs. Ada Roberts and children are
: on earth. He expects to ilo a fine second ; Miss Lillian Thomas! of Jack- weak from internal bleeiiug, he fell ruu- i tarn":
i ville..Mr. gone fur a month's visit to Mrs. Rob A Grad; > hospital ambular.oe wu Immediately 5J' i
trade in this vicinity.Hon. hOU'illetll vote is third add hiss .*. *,**
returned Wednesday Hifintf "
Don Ford
erts' parents at Ocala Mrs. Robert ::M moved. aDd Wood wsd
I I'Grace Reed of Titusville with ::,151 1 Ml4 HMHSfe !. e\ ..... .. .'
afternoon from Toronto, Canada, has not seen her parents for seven C. :M. Brown corns off squarely : carried to the hospital: where be aria --
I I! is fourth. given medical attention' ,
where he at-companied his motherseveral years and we wish her a pleasant trip. LOW and announces his candidacy for ite "" an ', r RA'Mlltlrltt [
I I'a.l1lia 1 I I In rifest Coast Miss Mrs. Wood watched him anti! h
{ Arradu the the ; :Sara::: E.
cor. << Champion.
I weekago. i governorship without waiting for tell, and then walked through the "t.loA'-

the aid consent of other 1 i i Harris, of Oeak, is iu the lead with house of QCALA ..ssi
or any can- j : out an alleyway :u the r ''af

I; Mr. Tom Cooper:. a prominent citizen Miss Annie Shan has rented the didate. There is to be no more I 1,410 votes; Miss Agnes Roger?, of ,t. and disap! :,eared down Sprier street --....

\ of the FlemiuKtou neighborhood residence! on south third street former, ian and AU'lionbusings iu it. I Peter hurJ, i it second. with 1S& votes She was cool duriig the enti(> H'niot -.;

r and an erstwhile candidate for legislate ly occupied by the late P. B. Dukes, and Miss Miry iV'nrtmau, of Citra, iLg and displayed: ; no e&;>>tun ....,'.. ,
And tlut's tLe It's what
propercaper. she :saw her husband mil
e honors w a,* among the visitors and will us same for her kinder- votes third. IA. .
the people like to tee. They like a 1,102 is Insane jealousy of her ka+bsud. v ..
to Ocala Tuesday.Mr. garden school next year. Miss Sharpe Miss Lula Ulmer Bird of Mouticel- ">- f :Jw
f.f man that can make up his mind and I whom she was not living, t e Mid lo bt I

regards this as an excellent location.Mr. I lo, is leading middle iFloridn with a the conse of the shooting. Boon allege '
George Stewart, formerly a S'iY whathe propose. to do.-l'c.j that Mrs Wood's miad Is ualJanced -
of 9( 1 Miss Florida Cotton
teacher in our public schools but now and Mra.! P. R. Lester are back cola News. vote > ; because of her troubles wttti

f a prosperous merchant of Anthony, from Atlantic Beach, where they Barnes, of Tdllahas.se, with 804 votes her husband.
There never was finer lot of
a young
second and Miss Mattie McDonald
was among the delegation of visitors spent several days, Mr. Lester attend FIRE IN TENEMENT
gentlemen to play ball with than the
Monticello is third with of
of vote
l to Ocala Tuesday. ing the meeting of the saw mill men a
Ocala team They played here yesterday i
i of Florida and Georgia and the can- 641 Seven Persons Have Narrow Escapes
I Two women at Kalamazoo, Mich., played well and got beat, but Front Death.
catenation of the order of Hoo Hoos. Laurels.
, when dared leaped into the lake with they were a good natured, happy lot Winning New York. July 30.-Set en person ,

I their clothes! ou. Wouldn't it have Mr. A. L. Stevens, a young businessman of young fellows whom it was a pleasure Editor Wilson, of the Times-Union, werp rescued from death in a ten Ij j I IJKHJ
now finds himself living in a flower ment louse fire in Harlem early today
f been awful if they had been dared to of Dunnellon, was a visitor to to meet and play ball with. The fire started in hardware $ Vida t" 1 *111) tile ..
garden. All the editors: ; in the state a .tor* ot T8 OVKX atstwr.
have leaped in the other way. Ocala on Wednesday. Mr. Stevens Leesburg turned out and gave thema I on the trounj floor of the S-story tenement II

i warm welcome and that are tossing flowers at his:lpaper. The houe at 2,100 Eighth lltlu IM Isesbotily
! keeps posted: about Ocala affairs hopes they avenue 1M

On account of climate conditions will come again.-Leeburg Commercial. following item from the Tampa Tribune where 11 families live numbering ia
through the columns of the Ocala -
southern negroea: who have been vi-.it- is a sample dower: all about 60 persons. Four policemen DEBT BREAD
Daily Banner.Mr. aroused the tenants and a ...ld
I ing in Illinois and Indiana are expected The marked improvement in the followed: On paste lfliia nut. It i..I.ttg.lrytit. crag/..
I home real soon.-Atlanta J. B. Oleveros, until a short Mr. Brumby is: at it again. Not satis- I Times-Union U not surprising when rescued; Clara second Hopper floor and policemen MaiChristian. yb.......... A fe..4i. ,e .'vt4W.d iEb

, time fled with all that wealth that is rollingin the array of talent now serving that weal l iu It!-rif and! alii....' .* satttMslfl
cashier An
Journal. ago of the A. C. L officer groped bit way
from his excellent publication, the paper h glanced over. From Editor to the third floor where he found .tJ meatOrders
is ...
railway on trial in Savannah for f..r fiiea I.-' .< >I. .
Mr D. M. Smith returned yesterday George down the T.-r. has secured
I Christie
Florida Truck and Fruit Grower, he overcome by smoke and he Ml1era4 t"1111"I1..t I SBENDS'
from a short visit to Jasper. She larceny after trust the amount of his the best brains available in the southern took her to the street, while his com
has entered into a contract with Editor -
was accompanied home by Mrs. alleged defalcation being S5.S33.S4. newspaper field. S. B.ijlluss, ades rendered the same service to her
Harris of the Ocala Banner BAKERY
His prominence is giving interest to whose lIeu is never pointless; J. C. parents. A woman and her 7-year-old I
Frank Adams, who will be her guest
the trial. will get out a special illustrated industrial Smith, who was "discovered" by the daughter also were carried doan from

for short while. Times L'nionat the (little village the third floor. The other
edition of that live paper I sleepy tenants STANLEY'S mm E mast.THOMIIVUiC .

of Micanopy and who is doing managed to get out unassisted. The .
)Ir. Fallow, the new cartoonist for The Ocala (Fla.) Banner will issue a about September 15 next. Oala'a
principal damage J I N,
brilliant work; John LaFonti, was caused by smoke

Metropolis, seems to be very good special trade edition in September.The three great industries, naval stores, under whose energetic direction the and the loss on the bullring: was small
t1'e 11..1 W..rr Hlt I. clipply
indeed, and promises to add a great Banner is a live progressive paper lumber and phosphate, will be writ local columns of the paper have scintillated ).uq tMdt I IHBiI..t
liir drtWiidi < <
I Walk Out of Machinists.Finsburs. **< upour
deal of pith and humor to the cam and we predict that the special will be ten up and pictured as only Louis as never before; his talented tRNihkeepe i a.drwtsoNraphf.
July :30.-Three
Brumby can. do it. The edition Miss Katharine who but few hundred
I I a
paign. a hummer.-Thomas ville (Ga.) Times- machinists walked out of the Westinghouse Ifwllfclb psi win s.iM
meet with liberal patronage.It of the
I days took: charge society
i ago
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Enterprise.It machine works at East srohast la *
Miss Sue Barcu who has been will attract general attention to desk the feature which Pittsburg
I I giving paper a today because the the company refuted days MIll p..... ... ." ..B efmr :

spending the past two months with is: stated by the Barneaville cor- Marion county.---Times-Union. it had long lacked, Managing Editor !I to sign. the scale. About 6AO machinists pnmiMdip ...... s.d'...

her sisters, Mra. Jackson and Mrs. respondent to the Atlanta Journal Death of Mr. Sydney Holder. Ball and his junior prototype, who is refused to !!strike and the com.pany ....,... y us/llrte ... Ne '10 !

t Patterson, is expected home the latter that the Rev. R. H. Morris, formerlyof Mr. Sydney Holder, brother of Mr. doing good local work ; Memmingerand it s calmed, will at once fill .s.. jtM telwH a ...ua. 111 .

I part of the week. Ocala, has resigned the pastorate of Edw. Holder, and who has spent several all the others, are capable, resourceful the vacant places with men held in reserve >* *i>, .. opM mlf toOf III' i

winters in Ocala, died at his homein hustling newspaper men, The strike caused 'Or-Md.- -sS awl ehsvs ew sad .M'
t the Barnesville Presbyterian church and they keep the editorial and news bie excitement about the
Miss Elizabeth Smith, of Thomas- Cincmuati,0hio&aturdaythe cause plant bat reef heMp. t otiue t" w uM
and will go to Princton College to takea features of the big daily so peren- ther was no disorder. The ,. ..
ville Ga. who of his death being paralysis.; As soon suIt epee, or lot fUt lbfG. ....... .
t was the attractive
bright and pleasig that the wise calls for
nially an "
pout-graduate course.Mr. as he heard of his brother's illness, la wages of 4jer drew l
1 guest of Misses Sara and Violet Harris men of the business department find cent.
Mr. Edward Holder left Atlantic i
in Joe all they can do raking in the shekelsof W. H. STANLEY
February Is spending several C. Mathews, for eighteen Beach for Cincinnati but did uot .

weeks at White Springs, Fla. years Marion county's popular tax assessor reach (Ithere until after the death of I new subscriber Duty Abolished on Molasses. .
London, July 23.'-In the course of I 1
Mr. was transacting business' in the his brother. I To cure a cold in one day. statement in the house of commoLs today HOTlCfCMbnot
Eichelberger, who was
city Tuesday. He is one of the I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- on the remaining: business of the
injured at the Batchelder mills .....'.. t
at shrewdest Skin session Premier Balfour H w -. l'MTA. ,.
politicians in the Disfigured informed the
county lets. All druggists refund the moneyif co..ryco..,MiMwt. MM' wMMU J1a ;,
! Pannassoft kee, and who has been an and the house that a customs bill would be introduced l tu ]..t .*, >K '
says approaching campaign Wasted muscles and: decaying bones. I
it failes to cure. E. W. Grove's
inmate of the abolishing! among other Tu Alt MVIUMi H Hay L..VESkA
here uu&g
hospital since the
U going to be loaded with surprises, What havoc! signature is on each box.sic the duty on raw molasses. ril. SILL Ml blcIne
accident, has been dismissed as being Scrofula, let alone, is capable of all that, .**.! tAt5 ..,.. ,Mu.caee

out of danger. dynamite and disaster. and It more.is commonly marked by bunches in Timber Lands Wanted. Activity of Vesuvius Diminishing.New I wttk: $i.ricer......eM,-.IIMI......... ...T......... I
York, July 30.-The rectal mM alM ..d .. tk .u thIIIl
The young ladies who formed a the neck, Inflammations in the eyes, dys- Hardwood timber lands in Marion activity ot! practiaiM ai..A.hE '*'" loot
Mr. Homer pepsia, catarrh, and general debility.It Vesuvius, which recently became quite drew Its t *.
Brown, of Yaldosta of : w ula kn%* k*
house party and went down to Lake is always radically and permanentlycured county containing large percent marked, is now diminishing plM... ...nlc linai W4 M *<*
who is now with S. B. Hubbard Weir byHood's hickory, wanted. Address Joseph says a ituami to b* dttimrei II ,.._ < M *
Friday got to Ocklawaha stationin Herald dispatch from Naples. Eiplo- Jol" Jk '9" IM !!..... ... "w Hardware Co., of Jacksonville has SarsaparillaWhich Bell, Ocala, Fla. T25tfWANTED. : sions are less tW IIi to i tyM ... ." .! '.. -
down frequent *
a pour of rain and had to and the qaun MBi M L.N.. I"'''''
been in Ocals several days and has ride two miles in expels all humors, cures all eruptions .-An industrious married tity of lava emitted Is small.. i. jl |M i.> t.h.a" .
an open wagon and builds up the whole system, .-
visited. all the phosphate mines in without umbrellas "Isn't it nether young or old. man (white) to farm on shares, everything -- -

this section. delightful II,>od'. Fllli cure 1 n'r Ilia. the uon.irritating "nd furnished, reference required. FOLEYSHOm TAR FOI.EY5KIDmCtJM.k.
riding in the rain." I
only cathartic to takeith Huod' SariapimlU.
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,:iI.-NO. i OCALA, -- FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY :31, 1903.! DOLLAR A YSA.HS. f!

t ; 1Ia Losal Editor OCALIANS AB OAD. 1j j
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I HHPPEH1HGS ABOUT TOWN. Summering: in the Mountains and by i

the Sea Side. j S. A. STANDLEY & CO. ;

FrfTi I.. k Warren u expected A great many Ocala people have I I

torn for the firitt Kun
Mr.[ sod lrl. T. B. Snyder will takes portion of the heated term. Livery Feed and Sale Stables, J

Those who are home ,
remaining at
to N f. York about the middle lWe 1
trip are taking life easily and are spend- t li 1j j
duguet.\ -
-- ing the time very comfortably.Among a i,

8wrda1 JII tge W. d. Bullock ben- those out of town at pr sent iii carry the most completeline j

t10ced Jim Polity, the murderer of are the following: of Harness, Saddles, etc tin

ft J. B ...ly, to-be hanged-- --- Mrs. H. A. Ford, Miss Emily and I II I II I central Florida, and will give
Mr. Don Ford are spending the summer II I
CtjiU John Chltty Mt Saturday for at various Canadian cities. i I our patrons the very lowest j
where he will remain I
l&CktODfUte Mrs. Edward Hiller and fl.mUyare prices. We are thoroughly
months on ..LuiJot'IiJi..1.G01 I
itnrt making a tour of the western states. l equipped for fitting out turpentine x

Arrr, of Atlanta, and 11 I\., Col. W. X. Camp and two daughters i ig t
;% and lumber teams
'lNt6r, Mr., Clifford Ayer, have gone are summering in Europe. Mr*. .,r.

U*. Weir to Spend a few day8 Jack C&ruplloud baby are in Virginia.Mr. i I wagons, etc. '
to *
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and Mrs. Edward Holder : i
are at
"kidney are Htfeguards! of .,
,)aDd with the Continental, Atlantic Beach. I We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
Ii!,. Make the kidneys healthy I
folt' KIJol"Y Cure. molder Irs. C. C. Todd and children are in ,. Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons.

Clinton: Ky. North Side Court lion*?. Ocalu. Fill
ptalahwa 1 citizen than Leo, Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and daughter ( t

tbt U In excellent health and Urud- are vis'tiug relatives in Boston. I I

l' PC tbe summer away from home :\lr.lI.ndlr8o Abe Brown are at 10 I I I II I

.lib "laUvtII. present iu Indiana andJ:Uter they I
will be in Tenner-see. f
Wi nope Cleveland will not name

chat little fellow after that bay at Mrs. Jake Brown and children are
wbkh be U spending the summer. enjoying life at Cape May 1 I \ .

The following Ocala people are at
Mr. Frank Dupu: of Fairfield, one
8?aLr&'zeI D.S. Woodrow and u I
[Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.
of the fleet, known wen in the county,
daughter, Miss Esther: Weathers, Mrs.A. I

mid this office a plea-taut call Satur- G. Gates and son, Mrs. H. C. ,I CAPITAL S5CKOOO '

d-7- ___ Jones ar.d baby, Mrs. J. M. MetFert
a idea Pauline tiullivan will go to and children, Mrs.:: George Williams a .
Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited.
Jkmvill west week to spend sevnl and children, Misses Margaret and
Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted!! to our Care.
'''etk* with Mi>. William!\ M. Mamie Taylor, Mr. :Stephen Jevett, Exchange Bought and Sold.e .
I't'lttr.Ut _ Sir+. Morgan C. Looney and son.

MM Julia
...ut!) celebrated her tifth t irth- Kentucky.Mrs. I > .AA... .

J,y Saturday at the! insure uu Ft. )[. J. Juhau und Miss Sallie\ ; /VVMcMillan t

Kief avenue.tor. Van Juhan are in Atlanta. z.

Mrs. - - -
MrJ. E. CliHce and children, -
It. W. Erwla, a irradiate of
C. E. Alison anti children, Mrs. (". '.
the lUrto Military Institute, and who
rom and children aie in North ( ru-
lu UD wtitued| t to thy Fellowship! Bros
lina. !
Loul for next \\us in Ocala I
year .
Mrs. Burnett and children, Mr>. 'Fli07OJ" 'Q; F.V
Mturiy. McGahasiu; aud baby and Mr>. J. H. -

Dr. udMia. l M. l i. ktou, Mlss Spencer aud children and the Mis.esMole I I
:.Wot! a Big Business Man of Jacksonville\ Says of It. Southern Copper Works

il rg,.r..t -li.rl..t.II.. Mr*. Mary I are iu South Carolina.

L:iit!Idol! mid btby went down 10Lkk Muss(i Eloyse[ ILlar ii visitiiii.' at "Fl llridJ. is in the midst of a Hearst Boom just: now and the

.Weir Friday afternoon to spend tfpartauburg and Blackville, S. C. dentoc rtts of the state think he will make a strong bid for the Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

presidential nomination," said S. B. Hubbard, a wholesale hard.
Mrs. Charles Kheiuauer is summering -
the UUuce of the! summer.
-- in the Catskill mountains.Miss ware merchant of Jacksonville, who, with )!rs. Hubbard, was and General Metal Workers.Old .

Mr. Fred t Wet-ber, of Spring Park Violet Harris is visiting friends at the St. Nicholas Hotel, in Cincinnatti, this week, says the En'

wu lo the Saturday ou business
city in Georgia and will later go to Ala quirer.

aDd Bays the wind of Friday afternoon bama.: 'Just before I left Jacksonville," he continued, "a Hearst

plared havoc 1111 the fences in that Mrs. S. T. tMstrunk and children Club was started, and its membership includes some of the best Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

Mctiou.! .-_ and Miss Annie Atkinson are at known business men in the city, and I understand simliar clubs through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

People looking for the best drug Galbraith Springs!, T lln. for a mouth i have and will be formed in other sections of the state." wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
tore; la Ocala, go to the Post Office worksFAYETTEVILLE
following -
Mrs. Robert Bullock spending the
Drug torf. When buying an iufalli-
kit remedy for wire eyeathey call for summer in New York with her daughter 1'almttto to join Mr. Yarn and they Ocala's Big Day.

Di ky'.Old Reliable Kye Water m Mr Tom Wright. will tnaKr that ]place their home. Extraordinary prtprations are N. C. SAVANNAH, GA.

Mr. Edward huller, Mr. H. A. :Ford )Ir:!. J. B. Hiers and sou are in Fer- Mr W. J Chambers and children being made to make August 6, memorable JACKSONVILLE FLA. MOBILE, ALA...

naudiua for several months. Ga., for a Ocala's fete days.
)It. D.dirk and Mr. Walter Kay, of are at Ocoee Springs among
bit Miss Sue Barco with her sisters, mon th. The rate from Ta'upa, round trip, 1F
city and county are prominentetuck.holder
Mrs Jackson and :Mrs. Patterson at and children and has been Used at 51.75. Trains will
in the new Atlantic Mrs. U. S. Cullen ,
Miami.Mr.i visiting at leave that city at 6:30 a. m. and arrivein .J!: f"! $: :
National bauk of Jackaouville.Mn. Mrs. Horace Harold are
B. A. Weathers and son, Tarboro, N. C., fnr a few mouths. Ocala: at 11 :.o i. m. returning will 2-------D'

George \V.Vil>on, who is Br&utly, are in New York. Dr. J. M. Eassletonan1 family aresummering leave O ala, at 7 p. m. i WE EAT MEATjrfr.XTyHN

tUiting at OAUwu, will spend( a few Mrs. S. E. Waterman is visitingher ; at Lake Witr. There will be special: trains from To grow strong. Unless: we get I

days ,,ith her sister, Mrs. A. H.3I'h daughter, Mrs.; Hiers, at Fernau-, Mrs. Ed Carmichael and son arespl'ndin Tampa, Japer and Sanfoid. I .
good meat we well let
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of this city, before returningto dina. witb Mr. Carmichael Four hundred dollar has been piaeed & jgx< -' '."'...,. 1.("
I the summer it There is
.:., htr Louie at Jacksonville. Mrs. Kate Taylor has gone to Ala. : in Mr. Standley's hands by the RaceTrack : !s\
at Orlando. lS1 121 'ffir./ :. /-.......-.. -_ .' r. in tough meat-instead of giving
Mr. Frank Lyle, superintendent bama for several mouths. Mrs. H. M. Carmichael audiS! association to make the racing Itt't--4' 7' ". ; .,. : rY'\U-f;; it takes strength to digest I

or the Crewent Orange Grave Co., of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Edwards, who :Edna Culverhouse are spending the I I8UDlmt'r attractive feature.Mr. l. [f 4::. : ': -" :, -{: it. It pays to be careful inbuying
hate been at French Link Springs, in Ala. Standley left Saturday to [interview iq : !"W
different places
Buetoa at
on Lake Wdr1LS in Ocala .' meat-be sure to get
Ind., for while, have gone east for I the Tampa and Valdosta base ttf'%l N.7.t .. } I
Saturday and uays the orange grovegot bama. ii "o., ,. 0' "' \. the best-tender and choke
hat a very luxuriant: look. the balance of the season. Miss Leafy Sylvester is spending the : ball teams to try and arrange for a 44\:" :'..; < ;;:--....', ." .,:y.. >.- Pay a little more if need be sad
of the 3rd. .. "'f1'-\O I i': .. :z :
Mrs. O. G. Finch is at her old home Illinois. series games to begin on .t
summer with relatives in : ,:ry ,', '''' '. ,:., put something in your stomach
Mr*.A. D. liUr and little sou have in Lima, Ohio, with relatives.Mrs. Beulah and continue through the 6th. :" -; ''\
Mrs. T. C. Hall and Miss '., !. : .
'.... .':" which will put flesh on your
Warned from Denmark, S. C., whereto B. J. Potter, Tiss Valeta Potter Hall in youth Carolina for the A big crowd is expected. h ../..., .4.- ';ir,0..
are i ,. bones and strong blood in ywir
.rot to be with Mrs. Izlar's and Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Liddon Night Was Her Terror."I .
heart.EDWARDS .
Other, Mrs. Center, during her late are having a most delightful summer Mr. It. L. Ivey is at Hot Springs, would cough nearly all night

L'1Gres. Mrs. Center died last Satur- on Lake George in New York state. Arkansas. long," writes Mrs Chas. Applegate, of BROS.
Ind., "and could hardly get any sleep.I !
4ar orning.It. Mr. Ben Kheinauer is visiting his \lr5. Simmons, aged 94, is at Lewes, had consumption so bad that if I Stall 2 tout 4 City Market, Ocala, [''".

) .. Jewett leaves about the old home in Germany, where he has Delaware.Mrs. I walked a block I would cough frightfully Jl
.v &N:r .Fi ts- r.r7Ci' rtGs="fdJ-g .G":;;:;! _-_- IRIIIH
; teeth of August for Brooklyn, X. Y., not been since he was twelve years D. E. Eclvcr and step-son and I and spit blood, but, when all :::

to the summer other medicine failed, three $1.00
Jnd old. daughter are spending
onie time with her friend, I
)flu Grace Mrs. Isaac Stevens spending the with Mrs. Mclver's father at Hickory, bottle of Dr. King's Discovery wholly
Williams. Later Slisslerrti
i cured me and I gained 53 pounds."
; with her sou, Mr. Henry Mr. Mclver is with them at
summer N, C.
will come down to North
It's to
absolutely guaranteed cure OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKSOCALA
(\rolltw to visit relatives. Stevens, at High Sprit; present for awhile. Coughs, Could, La Gaippe, Bronchtis i.

i Miss Nellie Stevens is in Tennessee.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Martin and aud all throat or lung troubles. Price FLORIDA.BOILERS .

For a lazy liver: try Cha-lllberlain's N. I. Gottlieb and daughter, Mr. aud Mrs. W. F. Williamson are 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at

E etol11&eh tud Liver Tablets. They iu- Nellie, have been spending the past also among the Ocala colony at Sea- .Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Tydlngs ENGINESPipe
& Co. m
the liver, aid the digestion,
few weeks:: with relatives in Savannah. breeze.
h'culate W. :N. Camp and family: are pleasantly -
tape the bowels and prevent bile )Ir. and Mrs. F. L. Watson are the Mrs.John W. Pearson and daughter, domiciled for the next thirty and Fittings to 12in., Valves, Pump,

UUcki. For sale by Anti- Ionopa1rug guests of relatives in Jacksonville.Mrs. Alta, are in Missouri: as is also Mrs. days at Carlsbad, Bohemia, Austria. Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, B 4t.

Store m C. L. Gamsby and son, Cameron M. Jjpiittle and children. Miss Lucy Camp will enter the uni- ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of

)fro John It. Martin has rigged up have gone to Jacksonville, Ala- S of* these parties are kept posted versity Dresden, Germany, and willspend :HILL .( NU MINING t''I'I.IIIt.!

; 1 lt of boxes or pigeon holes for the bama, to join Mr. Gamsby for the at>out home affairs by perusing the a year or more abroad. Writ
ing to a friend here Mr. Camp says it
i fcjeomnudulou of his newspaper and summer. columns of the Ocala:, Daily Banner.Mr. is delightfully cool at Carlsbad, the IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERSALL }
Hulne Josiah Varu i* spending several -
customers which will be a Mrs. thermometer on the morning of July

hit help in handling his growing months with her mother at Dal- Cullen M. Seals is making his 14, registering only 50 degreee.Times .- KINDS OF MACHINE WORK

;. ate Iu thla line.'r. ton, Ga., after which she will go to annual pilgrimage to Ocala. Union.


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north facade of the Machinery Palac, ARE YOU SORE? USE
I One Ol the novelists referring to his h erosays I II In a I letter to the De'sovi County
His countenance fell. hare been finished. They are 2ifeet :i Ocala News Company, Mrs. Hick i
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I News, ppaking of Governor Jennings CIJA.aracamph
His voice broke. high. Delouest. Abstract Co., all
His heart tank: veto SHy::
The Forestry Fish and Game Pal Change Hands
I His hair rose. ".Strozierof M triou, wa.<.,nt" of the
His eyes blazed. ace is well under way. This is the Business changes in Ocala have i Instantly or Money Ref unle.
His words burned. leaders in the hght. He wa, by the
His blood froze. last of the big exhibit buildings to be been quite active during the mouthof i
He changed color. erected. July. way, one of the most useful mid in. Itching, Bleeding Piles,

Hit bead swam. Work the French National Pa- tluentul members of the hou-e. He
His tongue was tied. on Messrs. Klein & Campbell purchased I took the ground that the amount of Stops the Itching. Stops the Bleeding AlUyi &
it however that he was able to pull vilion, a reproduction of the Grand
app in
the Alliance Store from Mr. d. R. Inflammation. It Cods. It Soothes. It Cum.
himself together and marry the girl in the last money appropriated for these: higher
Trianon at Versailles, was begun recently
chapter.-Chicago-Herald. at the World's Fair. Pyles and invoicing the stock was i' school was diapioportionate to the Sold only InI5c.,50c.AJU oun. Alaa f.4 &*, .<<

completed Friday. hi iii in mill ii i iiiffiiffrmimiw mi i mi mi..111 n 11 rm 'iriiiig Es iniK
amount appropriated for the schools
..MISCELLANEOUSDcepotism PAR GIlAPijS If Perry Heath should form an alliance The Ocala News Company, owned FOR SALE BY ANTIMONOPOLY DRUGSTORE.
of the people at large. 1 took the
with that old Empress Dowager by Messrs. E. C. Smith and R. Ii.
ground that with the excep'ion: of the
wouldn't it be a royal team? Carroll, has been sold to Messrs. G. -
<; is a creed of I ignoranceand amount reasonably necessary for the
There is at least one good me to W. Martin and R. O. Blake, who will
belfishness.Kindnesd accommodation of the unfortunatesof HUBBARD &
which the vice-presidency can be put. immediately take charge the same.: MAGBUFF
is the richest gift to a the i+t. Augustine school that every
It enables back numbers to get their Messrs. Martin and Blake are fine
friend. item which referred to the erection of
names in the papers. business men and we wish the new
Kansas will produce a great wheat permanent buildings of these schools HARDW AREDOORS
The east and west seems to be vieing firm great success. That the
this should be cut out. passageof
\ crop year. with each other in the sport of lynching Mrs. D. M. Hick, who has conducted I
would entail the state
the bill upon
A politician hangs on like a puppy millinery establishment I SASH AND BLINDS, AGRiriLn H.: SIYi.It
ne roes. The poor old south baa an up-to-date the necessity of maintaining at least
to a root. in Ocala for number of
taken a back f seat. a long six ins'itutions for higher education. BARBED WIRE, CUT AND MEXTti. DEKKF: "IuN'fL
: Agreat many people are a day lata years, yesterday sold out the business,
From the way the papers keep up That states of three or four times the

all through life. the talk of race suicide one would Mrs. 0. M. Eaton becoming the pur- population and wealth of our state WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLANKT Ja. UKOVKCU

I Iowa's State Building is practically chaser. Mrs. Hick will retire from
think that there was danger of our never attempted such a thing. That

finished. population petering out in a few years. business altogether but will continueher I the brick and mortar portions of this OILS, V ATTIVATOk- ALL II't,

The tide should be taken at its flood !IIDon't residence here. until
bill should be stricken out public
and time at its fullness. worry about yesterday, because Mrs Hick enjoyed a splended patronage sentiment had crystalized around LACTIC WHITE LEAD, OF OARDD T-'LIt
it is gone; nor about tomorrow,
which we hope will he transferred -
A dull man occasionally makes a because it is not yet here; nor about some definite system." ALL KINDS OF COODJIG ...ao\'Et1
to Mrs. Eaton, who expects to
cutting remark. today,because there is too much else And after giving the details of the
I conduct the business! after the most
Its no credit to a man to be good at to be done. compromise by which the bill was: GLASS AND PUTTY, SUATZM. GRANITE
approved methods.Mr. .
finally passed, be :
the point of a '
gun. The middle aged man who can read A. E. Delouest, the oldest hard
I. "The veto of the governor will in IRON PIPES AND FIT1) TIJTWARI, A goal photograph ia one that flat the letters he wrote during his courtship ware merchant in the city, is con-
future prevent any one from putting
I ters. days and not feel silly, is either his business which
templating selling ::! in the appropriation bill, which said TINGS, EVERYTHING IRON AKbsr k .
\ A tourist without money is a tramp, too young for his age now, or too old may be consummated today. If it is
bill must appropriations for
and a tramp with money is a tourist. for his age then. not he will close his store for the N THE LINE OF BUILD BOLTS, ROPK8.! prW\l!
objects which would not pass if theystood
What shall we do with the negro? There are a lot of errors and mis- summer, anyway.Mr. .

Can you solve the problem? takes that will pardoned when the Dclouest leaves in a few days on their own bottom. In add i- ING MATERIALS ETC. ETC BLUE FLAME 01 L MT1)Vk.:
dition to the unconstitutional mannerof

The smart man is not the one who grand reckoning comes, but the sin for Indiana to spend the summer. these I
passing appropriations,
keeps out of trouble, but the one who of hopeless selfishness brings its punishment We are reliably informed that the would have liked for the governor to LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES

from day to day. Abstract office has been purchasedby
i have gone a step further and to have Hubbard & Ocala Fla.
of Ocala's tine businessmen. ,
t Tfe i il' Tery much like a shoe, it "Young man, said the pompous one young stated that all then; britk and imrtar

} wears most where it rubs hardest. individual. "I did not) always have The particulars of this sale appropriations should be stricken out -

t When I first will bs announced later.
started in
KwL-s Day at the World's Fair St. this carriage. ---- --- until the public sentiment of the y 'if"11f1111111t1tttlt111111111i11if" '' '' '' '''''''1t1f1f1t)11tllf'''' '' '' tiltitlil' tl' Ntr '

; Louis, next year, will be Augut :::0. life I had to walk." 'You were The Boss Worm Medicine state had decided upon the tv" or

lucky," chuckled the youth, "WhenI H. P. Kumpe, Druggist Lexington, three places at which institutions for

Why not ship all of our weary Willies !- first started in life I couldn't walk." Ala., writes: "One of my customershad higher education should be evalnnh-: !

out to the Kansas harvest fields? child which sick and i \
was ,
a !
The Smithsonian taxidermist, ed. If the state is to maintain six VEIK4LI I
ome books are so bad that they are threw up all food could retain nothing
George B. Turner, is preparing a 16 institutions for learning noun "f l
on its stomach. He bought one bottleof
and will
interesting so stupid they
foot giratle exhibition in the first class then there
government white's Cream Vermifuge, atd it which could be ,

never die. I building at the World's brought up 119 worms from the child. i are two hundred to three hundred
Despise not small things. A cheap : Fair. It's the boas worm medicine." i more tons in the state equally entitled l I

drown the voice of the White's Cream Vermifuge i81 alro the
i can King Edward is fond of sport, but I to state aid. I am not sufilriendyi
It their digestion
childrens'tonic.! : improves:
most eloquent orator.If he never takes chances in automobileraces. acquainted with these schools to ay
and assimilation of food, strengthen -

you take no interest in your .J;Edward thinks too much of their nervous system and restores i which ones should stand: the te-.t of 1 CLUBBING: ; I

lodge, your l lodge is liable to lose interest his bones. : them to the health, vigor and the 'survival of the fittest.' "

in elasticity of spirits natural te child
you. There is a John for Janet if
: every
hood. 25c at Anti-Monopoly Drug Working Night And Day
The feeble tremble before opinion, she only knew where to find him. Store. i1
m The busiest mightiest little thing '
the foolish defy it, the wise judge it, The number of males and femalesare : I LIST
Mrs. J. H. Chaille Hurt. that ever was made i is Dr. Kidg's New I
the skillful direct it. about equal.A !
e e a
Mrs. Joseph H. Chaille was very Liver Pills. These pills: change weakness i
A woman throwing a stone isn't great:many J.toplebo are mov- I
painfully hurt at Miami last Monday into strength, listlessness into en- I
half so funny as some men trying to ed to tears over the tale of human
afternoon. She was riding her bits ergy, brain-fag into mental dower.They're .
tell an editor how to run a paper. suffering never allow their tears to
cle and as she turned a corner wa wonderful in building up the We have made sfeeiaJ irrangentrnrtt'.rrli\ sis a
take the shape of dollars and cents.
The big Manufactures Palace i- knocked down by a runaway horse, health. Only 25c per box. Sold by can offer the following ri tu ,tit! Nod in adVance .1

nearly tinder roof and the construction There are at present three thousand not seeing her danger quickly enoughshe Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Tydines
sub cribtri
is progressing favorably. language spoken by the inhabitants was unable to avoid the collision.It &Co. m :

ofthe globe, whose religious con- was feared that Mrs. Chaiile was One of the saddest! thoughts, in THE OCALA BANNER and Jack** : j, "t' ::1

One year more and the Bt. Louis victions are dividedl; between one hurt but after examina- connection with the death of the r Weekly Tinie..rc oD, $1 110.11
seriously an
will Le in full blast. iLikew :1
exposition -
thousand different confessions of tion it was found that: no bones were Pope is that through the harsh and THE OCALA BANNER and Ibr.in' COlli I" hart IlEE .
i.-e the hoochy-koochy girl.
faith broken but that she had sustained a unnatural Roman law of celibacy of ? papvr] Si.75 a year

The successful great man learns howto Adlai E. Stevenson i* proposed for number of painful cuts and bruie the clergy of that faith so pure and =: THE OCALA BANNER' and AtUnt I 11- .:- ,, <

express his convictions as well a" the democratic presidential nomination Mr. Chaille formerly lived in Ocala good a man should hive been deprived == Journal. $ i ;,st\ tcdr.

to conceal his feelmg Adlai! Who U Adlai? Oh, and his many friends here were very through life of the heavenly j"ys =-: THE OCALA BANNER and Thru vk \

Whenever a woman makes an unhappy yes! He is the chap who rnymes sorry to learn of the accident to his of family affection, and prevented E- York \I oiiti.( S t t>5 a year

marriage she says it was be- with gllidly.-Pittioburg Chronicle- wife and wish her a speedy recovery. from perpetuating his noble race.Pen.aeoU .- :; THE OCALA BANNER and AU! I : t\ d tr '

cau-e her family opposed it. Telf graph. Press.
The Perfect Liver Medicine. Dilution, 81.75 a year
You must: beware of the first signsof Mexico's National Pavilion id tin I
Mrs. Jlary Noble, O. T., writes: i Slight injuries often disable man THE OCALA BANKCX and I.. '. "
laziness. The artist who "itWilllto"
says ished and has been accepted theMexica.n loss of time and
I because several days' zinc.
'- "I have used Herbine for a number of E 5--75 a year :
is the downward
on path.
government's representative.Paris when blood poison developer, some- -- .
;years, and can cheerfully recommendit. r
No danger of a dead horse aUecting) France, has appropriated$10000 ,- in the loss of baud of i
times results a Cash :Must Accom ) i
It is the most perfect liver medicine E | an\ ,
our smell-r now. We have bad several for a municipal exhibit at the liiu*>. Chamberlain's Pain Balm is -
and the greatest blood purifier. It is -

weeks of the postal investigation. World's Fair. a medicine of positive merit, and I an antiseptec linjment. When ap- A dress : TIE MA PINt l0

France will spend 40,000 frances for All of the old bruises and burnes it
avenues to hasty fully accomplishes all that is claimedfor plied to cuts, -- ..

F her colonial exhibit at the World's, wealth seem to have been successfully it." Malaria cannot find a lodge- causes them to heal quickly and with- :-:5 CUT OUT THIS COUPON, FIU. t* M O flat'. 'a. .

Fair. plugged, and people are beginning to ment in the system while the liver is out maturation, and prevents any --- . . ... .. ...", ... .

An .\American iting in London wonder what the next get-rich-quick in perfect order, for one of its funct- danger of blood poison. For sale by =-= ., BUJ-HEK OC. L4 RA.1NK8 1

scheme will be. Anti-Monopoly Drtg Store.: m F : Enclosed find 1.>". .
says the Englishman has strength ions U to prevent the absorbtion of r

where the American has snap.: In the good old days of our fathersif ever producing poisons. Herbine is I -::: -. fur which send me Tile W'J I It t',

a host efficient liver regulator.50c I no Pity Shon. .
Why not lend our British cousins a man was worth a few thousand r .
I at Anti-Monopoly Drug btore. m I "For years fate was after me contm- -
General Funston? He could brim in dollars he was awful rich. Now if a :: .. IU the Balunr
I uosly" writes F. A. Gulle e, Verbena, ,
the Mad Mullah in quick time. man hasn't a million he is considered There is a temperance wave sweep- rr
I Ala. "I had a terrible case of Piles :: -. '.n.
a poor man dependent upon charity. ins over Montiuello with the impetuosity -r .
Money is not the root of all evil. Ifyou'll I
causing 24 tumors. When all failed ..
) I II
) hold ear close to the What is this old world comin; to, and strength of a Macedman --
your -
papernow I
Salve -
| Bucklen's Arnica cored me. .
Phalanx. At therclose II Attiev
? an eloquent
anyway .
will tell what it a
we you ; it's Equally good for burns all aches and -
: address! letter was read (rom Thos. r -
The of Kansas
Jaziuess. discovery a City Only 23c at AntiMonopoly ::: !
J. Taylor, the ffi9"t influential saloonkeeper I pains. -- .. .
minister: that the floods conferred < '
Goats,are being used for lawn mowers i l LrugStore. Tydings & Co. mIn -
in Waterbury, Coaa. Sow don'tinsult blessing! in that the quieted labor here. stating that in view of -

7 the classic Tillage by calling it troubles recalls Joshf Billing's indors- I the :strong sentiment against his business I I: Florida vandalism is very unusual 1 1 U JIJI111141/1,. 111i11

"..10\\'." went of tight: boots because! they I and a desire to engage in the \;:, but a dock of sheep has been ---- '- -.. -.. -'- -

general merchandise business he 1 fired into and school desks defaced.
make a man forget all his other
Senator Reed !Sinoot, the Mormon, afflictions nsa3 City Journal.In would withdraw opposition to the 'I II Prompt punishment will assert the I

hasn't dropped from sight! after all. I TILE CLUB
movement now going on ib the couu- i laws and relieve of the reproach that I !
absent a late issue of his famous pabli .
Occasionally some minded ty and aline himself with the friends I lynching would bring upcn our people 1 1. J I .
editor ins him an inch or two. cation, which Elbert llubbard calls I --
of temperance, quit the business, and i! and the state.-Jacksonville Times- ,
I "The Uni'ersitIoptub::: ," Mr. Edw.
Why shouldn't we be charitable all vote the "dry ticket." At the con- Fnion.
Bok tells in two colums how a guest ; Cuisine First Class. __ InJtf Orl.r I
the tSrue-to the cat and the cook and elusion!: of the reading ol this letter, II
should behave: while visiting a busy i A bright newspaper gives the fol-
the neighbor next door, as well as to the large audience went wild, hats I! I I
family. Isn't this a shorter and bet- lowing definition of a "contingentfee
those whom we love? were thrown up, and the most intense RefurbishedMRS.ThrcrljeiL T, llt,I1* h "'t 3 i
ter way? Don't visit a busy family :" "It is the fee that: the lawyer .

Not satisfied with the horrors of at all.-Gilesearg ((111.,) Mail.Maj. enthusiasm was manifested." : charges as conditional. If he bringsa

the flood, Kansas is now threatenedwith A son wa* born to Mr. Mrs. Burton suit for a client and loses, he (the { ,

an extra cession of the legisla T. J. Izlar has returned from Bullock last if he wins his | '
Monday at their home at lawyer) gets nothing; TIIOS. J. HVUNKH. I'ICI II'

ture. Black\ille. S C. White Springs./; client gets nothing. I ---

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

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; s'OI: \' Na t OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 31, 1903.! : i ) 'v ; v : \ t

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;I2 EASSIS. Local Editor Base Bill Yesterday. i SSSSSSSShtSSSPTIMONOPOLY SELG:2.

I &a1 The game between the Leesburgand f MARION WHEELING INTO r '

;i uiPPFNinui ABOUT TOWN Ocala bassball teams! yesterday DRUG STORE.

afternoon on the new diamond at the i

le t noon to have a sboe driving park, as promised, waa one of
the most interesting of the THE
tior1.royf: games I Having recently purchased the Anti-Monopoly Drug store.I take
reason. I this method of announcing to its former patrons, aa well an to tfe
!llIodrl't1 men ate at work re- I sent public in general, that the prescription department la now better tlw.
esburg more than a bun.
up -- ---- -- ever prepared to handle this branch of the business: with 'iTur *y s.*(
lalldlag! the Brtiktw.Jin. dred visitors to entourage their team ; promptness. Only the best and purest drugs will t tie usnl I-bU Hn>.j,

and a large number of Ocalians were substitutes! permitted to enter into the make-up of pri-wripti.MM\
POD, of McCleuny, is here for compounding. The drugs used are from the well kawrwtt
Chas on the grounds "rooting" for the I house of Parke, Davis & Co., and others of equal reliability. W#
tlt' t1L g ID peals.Ir. home boy a. don't use "nearly the same thiu or 'Vomethiog jut it* goal," Imt
i lj just what your prescription calls for. This last is of vital importim
ril Uddell has gone to The Leesburgers were loyal to the i iI iI I and is worth your while to think about.
) Slw I
I' core and it is no fault of the splendid I
jickroevlhe.r ;
I t delegatien that came up from that i STANDARD PATENT MEDICINES AND FULL LINE OF
i )If. Eo p'f isgard, of Leroy, wit. city that their nine was not success- .

I! E 8"-a the ban game yesterday, ful. The result of the game wa' 9 to Y. ; : TOILET ARTICLES ALWAYS ON I1PND.

2 in favor of Ocala. I
l yf xVbeelrr left yesterday m
)lr. The following was the line-up: I Uive me a call when in need of anything in my line guanrl(.e
f. ..J, .sonvdle. LEES tRG POSITION OCALA i:1' I I a, !m to give you satisfaction on every article bought hero. A. to prk... I

:; er, of Jalneaville, Epps.................. ..p....... .. Clark I I I propose would indicate standing fy**,strictly-4 on what Yours the for name business ANTI-MONOPOLY, __

I kt.Jubogta Jackson . ........c................ Titus I m -
brother, Mr. James
lt eJ1Il'IILof hU 1'runnell ....... .. .lb. . . Ford J. .w. CASTEL, Prop.

.j ,e..d._ _.. Hoag............... ...2b................Vogt T
I Iry LE1J1jiiJJ1iiJ1
WlHitni Powers returned Igon.......................30...........Bennett Ii II i !! tii ,. IIffi....

Dr. II, DuvaL. . .. . .ss. . .... .Pelot I

rtefdlyaftrrnoonfrom i a few days I Ah;abrook.......... .If.. . . Morris I .

slat! to !4oabrt't'Zl" Taylor...................cf. ..........Pe) er
C. I. G R ACE.
I IBOlo Studerbury ... .rf... .Anderson I 'sa
MB A. Henderson, 'tl: Talla- v -
The Leesburg delegation returnedon ..
h& c't,bUIOD@ to New York for the their special train at even o'clock. I Dealer in .. ...- *d..
tAt of hl. health.
Lt '
Excitement at Citra. < Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Flooring
)U 1MlhVr returned jesterdayfrom Geo. M. Spates, a one-legged white r ,II I I Ceiling and Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.
,oD from Atlanta, where he has man, about sixty years! old, is in the I II
Manufacturer of
t :r Y'r ,,- rv
M tbo rut few works been under county jail in this city, awaiting a

1'.CalhouD'* treatment for his eye*. charge of attempted criminal, assault. I : I II Turned Ballusters, Casings,5 Newels, Column, Door tllisd 1

U enjoying aiWtfrumhr Mrs.Grantham,an estimable widow I I Window Frames, Mantels, Church Seats, Pulpits, SciIMI i J

bra Robert Taylor of Citra, is his victim.It I Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I am conttostly
Mrs. Hoag andIlrtOrrtru.ltf j
41 Ruth Clifford, of is likely that a hearing of the receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quanti a.. 1
)( case will be beard at an early day before sixes. Promptness a Specialty. ,
mho came u;> yesterday. i
Judge: W. IS. Bullock on a writ ,

Kf. aDd Mr I *. Maurice Strauss and of habeas corpus.It > f 1 J .
)If. P. Jumtau of this ,city, were: rtg- is feared tHat if pats is", taken ?
Mend at the Wiudwr Hotel, Jack. to Citra for trial violence rnigltt result (KCLUbIVhLfUR,3ULh; :!> t r

ibBtilk, >r terWay and Mr. J. H. w> his examination before a com I R,7 ; TWENTIETH YEAR. i

UTlBti at the Duval. mitting magistrate has betuaivrd.!. BEGINNING: SEPTEMBER 22, 1903. 1

As id: our custom we refraiu from ,I SEVEN:: FOUR-YEAR COURfEi---AtrruQltiirr.; c h.n>try. ('jy" -.... 1
JIraO A. Carmichael returned yesaUrnfuou ,I i erring, Mechanic al Er.giumni:. tit 1't"lltll"'dttl"f', Latin rrlrprr'Hello, 1
details in easrsof this I
printing nature.
Two jears'ourse in Meihaiiir Arii-. Our Yt'IIft'nlUr t' In Hut-uitM
and arL/e
from Troy, Irq r-w Ij
IfNI' ,
raphyandT.vpewritii.K- pitpmatory I" urge i-f oar:! "t two > '.n. .. M
ochrr placer lu Alibama, where !shekubwn Discharged. q L xr_faroJ5Y J FXP-C I iiuired, for those: desirHiKfUch ir<-i>i,rati( ti. A short Mans. 11(11\4'11..... eh i"
- ---------- Akrnultur.orHortieulture. PostGrsdusleoours.sarrals"otrrrrd.l
.. t'rliwt't'ks.. 'I 1 he rae against: W. R. Holiday, of
nodiuit j
I t .The dormatones are under immediate sujtrvisirn .>( m*"4mctor was
Orange spring, which grew out of ((1 Club is Being Organized in Ocala to Boon) the famous Editor. make every effort to infuse into the student a tipiru which lead t* .....
Mr. W. R Fuller now has charge the case of disturbing public worshipat n fntal, moral and physical \'lJUu..nJ.' Fine (i nID""luru. n-ituati! taI4

of the Holder mine: for J. RuttgenUckiCv Mill Creek, was thrown out of court I The following resolution is finding many signers in Ocala: corrective brut class equipment.gymnastics nquin-d W*of Eta all: student*. FJM- modern belMtapr an/

at Uutiuellou' and! under by Judge Robert Bullock, the judge! "We. the undersigned democratic voters of Marion countyFla. TDITIO.V PKEB TOJFLOHIDA 1TJE.'J'S.U EELS.:

fcbdirection largo iuautities of rock named in ., looking ahead to the needs of the times, as well as for dem- :For Cataloff Address
holding that no charge was T. l1. TALIAFERRO C. E. Ph. D., President.
lit being anlufd.Ire. indictment.This ocratic success in the next national election, and recognizing the
I the
Uigggett matter has been the source of splendid qualities of and the indomitable efforts put forth in the Lole City flo..D .

) John L Jackson- considerable disiurban-e: in that i'ec- year past for democratic victory by William Randolph Hearst,

idle, who 1e i visiting Mrs. Clarence: tioMut the county and different parties hereby form ourselves into a club for the purpose of bringing r ; S1
Camp,.lll be the gUf t of Donor at a I
have bttu arrested and broughtto about his nomination. Judging the man by his :splendid work as

1 jwtylo" be given this afternoon by Ocala account of it. exemplified by his prosecution: of trusts, his ever ready hand to T I Special Sale inMEN'S

)1",0. T. Gf\'t'n. relieve the oppressed, his constant warning to the American people
It is hoped that this is the closing
Austin and little through; his editorials, his courage to oppose capital and combines !:.I
Mr*. Jean K. chapter in the unfortunate atlair
and his willingness to crime in high places, con- aid LADIES'UNDERVESTS.
\Iablt'f\ ,Jean, and her mother, Mrs.Kellngt aud the breaches: it has made will be h
vinces U ; that he is the man to bear the democratic banner to t
left yesterday fur the Thou- healed sxm forgotten.

11 IiUnd. where they will spendeevend Our Government Building. victory.
mouths.Nr.J "Every ebctor who wishes right and justice to prevail, i-? .
W. U. Windoui completed' his
I hereby invited to join us in securing the nomination presidentof e B!
labors of inspecting the different
F. Kd: ards, of the Ocala the United States of William Randolph Hearst, of Sew York,
ottered suitable sites for
UGQIfI, returned yesterday from a properties a-> by joining the Wm. Randolph Hearst Club Xo. 1, of Marion
building aud departed
"', \* week's r visit to French Liek government County, Fla "
Me 's
I for Washington yesterday. He will I French) Balbrigan Shirts that sold fer 59c.
tlprillC'o Indiana, and other places.
soon make his report to the treasury ------ Now 3Men's 5c.
Sin E4vird4 will\ later.
return department aud the site will then be Short Horn and Hereford Cattle for High Living In Wewahitcka. B
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Ml*Pauline Sullivan went to Dune- selected. Sale. In the last issue of the \V wahitch-
Freqct Balbrigai Drawers .M for
I ) that) s
die J terJay to iud a while It I Is: believed that the Edwards lot The Ocala Banner has in its job ka (Calhoun County) News a corres.

Mfc br fiieua, Miss Je*'le 1'almer. on Main street, known as the "Dunn rooms a little pamphlet entitled aa pondent givesan account of the high o 50c now 35c.

Mis!' Sullivwh** postponed her visit Park," is the most eligible\ and will be follows: living of the people of that section.

to Julwnvllle for several weeks. favorably mentioned. It is but one "Palmetto :Mock Farm. Short Horn At a recent picnic among other dishes I Men's
Balbrigan Shirts that sold for 25c
block removed from the public square and Hereford Cattle, Ocala, Fla. he mention the following: s

Aaiooj the Leesburg excursionistWtrdij \ of the This little book tells all about the mash noW,2 C.
and is in a beautiful section "Pabbit-hash, polecat- raccoonmush -
"fre Mayor L. E. Dozier, I
of and
Chambli registered high chicken-soup and jay-
**B.t>r Mote Senator Butler, Messrs. city.Mr.
WindftUi i3 a pleasant gentleman grade bulls and: cows that will be sold bird-gravy." t Me 's Balbrigan:Drawers that sold for 25c
Cook, PiJjfBt Norton a
mud ,
Massey I
William fall.
and is a IOU of the late hete early in the
iInn.f 'ili'D. The little pamphlet gives full descriptions I 20c.
of the now
Wiudom, secretary lrs. X. I. Gottlieb and daughter,
--- I I
Three of our force are on the sick under President Garfield.Mr. Xellie, returned Sunday from savannah 0 .
--- Death at Crystal River. I Ladies' Ribbed Vests that sold at tronj 15c. to L
be. tx; If we do not get out a paper Ben Bell Married.Mr. where they bad teen visiting
News received in this city
tllmorrow.* big a* the New York Ben Bell left Jacksonville Monday was relatives about six weeks.: They were
Tuesday of the death of Dr. P. \V. 25c. now going at lOc. II
herlcaQ we hope our readers will 'for Tusealoosa, Ala., where on accompanied home by little Rosa i 11"
Faut, of Crystal Kiver.
*rook! our short comings.Nr Wednesday! he led to the marriage .I arg"rlr5.. Gottlieb's neice. Bothof '. .
Dr. Flint was a native of this county
altar MU Lulu Ward a charming the little girls were on the sick list I
J. {1'. Crosby" who reside on and was about thirty ;years old.
lady of that place. Mr. and yesterday.: t"
A Second street, discovered !some young He was: a practicing physician and I M CALW1t I
Mrs. Bell are expected to return .
lilt In her yard fast", night about druggist and stood high in his pro- Mi bs Christian Cook, of Brooksville, :: .

riibto'clock and boldly fired two today, where they will I(I fession. He was a sou of Mr. Valentine -I who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs s

Satan> the intruder. Mr. Crosby reside. Fant. The remains were taken I W. A. Redding, on Second street, left !
i Mr. Bell formerly lived in this city I 1 1I
:t 'i'tflfl'boutoJ for and in company but is now in Jacksonville where he isemployed to his old borne at Fantville for Thursday night for Atlanta. From IPlffiRMs!

try Minli&h Hut: ou wa soon ont in the railroad service.. He burial. there she will go to Anderson, South .t

1ht1Ct11. They searched the adjoin- and this Goes to the Philippines.Mr. I Carolina, to visit rel:1ti"eTime I

'6I IttmlMw but the mau had made is an :excellent young man married C. A. Harris, formerly of this I Union.A j l li
wishes him a happy
rJO\l h4"'!I'l". paper city, but now living in Si. Louis, handsome picture of :Miss Mary i i 0 ;
life. I The
Mo., leaves next week for Californiaand Reardon, one of"ery prettiestand 4I
J. Loveriug, representing Military I
elistments reported from there expects to sail for the mot charming young
lln I the recent
".Vnlon, was in Ocala yes- Among
officeat Philippines in company with one of ladies, of this city adorned
I"*& General's r :"
J in the interest of that ex. at the Adjutant I :BOSTON

wl ot publication. Mr. Levering is Tallahassee are the following from his friends, who is in the steamboat I the' society coljmns of aim i

a ka tltrbut In the hospital 1 corps, business. day's Jacksonville Times-Union.
since Inaugurating this city : I
t soils.
tthtJoItnC ladies, sL Louis contest 00aatl1'11 ; William X. Bangs James D. Farris, : Neil's many Ocala friends wish fof I e I STORE

W i retired. The paper tells Maxey Moody, James B. Carlisle, Jr., him a safe voyage and success in the :Some papers are now censuring i

h.tIt aU,1 i. rapidly; finding its way Victor L. Martinot and James B. l far away country where he goes to "Editor George" because his girlare; 1 _

make his home. all boys. Xext.
tiers home in Florida. Carlisle, Sr.


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his purse b-fongtd to the democratic BIG MEN IN BIG PLACES. I STATE OWNERSHIP OF RAILROADS. t

party. I Jim Dump exalted Wt
After listening to Rector Little's Chicago, with other cities in Illinois l I
Mr. Wilson was collector of customsfor do not,

I sermon "ast' Sunday on the death of ha just been given the right to Oa Summer 4j M (,,,,
F2AUZ 2AS3IS, Eiitr. the port of Jacksonville under Mr. and h t.Baild .
Pope Leo XIII this thought occurred build, own and operate street rail fina.lw
Cleveland and his record official II ap *
?. V. leiTerjsai, Easiness 1I6er. as an
tons: roads. Many believe: that cities should cad ttua .
was so conspicuous! that Mr.Flagler's .
6 _. A dish of' Frc a iat
> "What glorious thing it would be own street car lines and the state! the of ,
[ attention was directed to it scoot
if all our public and semi-public steam railrotds. If Jut Ut foal .. fc attt
aul it led to his offering him the I whim,

30'Mono position he now occupies.For places could be filled t>y big men !" Victoria, an Australian colony, I i And kecpt w i c.a; .

the business manager of his I Hector Little himself! is a big man does. State:: ownership has been proclaimed iiaghcd S.Mf 1'..

and there is such a bigness about his a success. It has been particularly -
newspaper whom did Mr. FUgler
sermons that they make church-going urged that it improves the position .
privilege and a of "lator." As a of enot
a delight. matter
A brother of Mr. John X. C. Stock-

And how eagerly big men are listened fact, like all socialism, real or disguised -I .fQ!

ton.Do to. it is a'step toward slavery.
these these things look like he +tf

For instance, what great crowdsnave Labor in Victoria has just found
: THE BANNER BELIEVING wants to destroy democratic partyin

THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO Florida? swarmed the Methodist churchin this out. Victoria has 1SS3 miles of a blood heater.

TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRI Very few rich men are distributing this city to hear Bishops Pierce, railroad. They are run by the goy at

CADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, their wealth to better purposed than Kavanaugh, Galloway and Candler. ernment. The engineers, firemen

AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR Henry M. Flagler. How Plymouth church was alwa'spacked and train hands wanted more wages. 0

BOTTOM He has certainly demonstrated by to hear Beecher and what a They organized and joined "Trade

?> ==-- =-- = ::- --- ---- his acts that he I is a friend and benefactor hold all through life Wesley, Spur- Hall," the colony federation of labor
,. FRIDAY, JULY 1903. 1.166.1 Summer Food.
to Florida and we believe iU geon and Talmage had upon the unions. As this body takes part in "Force' is an ideal Bummer fond because

good people appreciate his wonderful multitudes-the "common people" as politics, the government of Victoria, it contains element, for mowwhia
FLACLER IN THE CAMPAIGN.A I every organ of the body la easily work for the upbuilding of the state the Bible expresses it. chosen by universal maahood sufFdge, creates what we know in vtPsr, and M tae
game time does cot make a vim of fire
and will rebuke the scheme of certain With what intensity the great asked its railroad men to withdraw, out of the blood. PZRCT G. UTOR "
set of politicians in this state are
politicians to ride into office by abus masses formerly read the editorials of as an old law prohibits !anyone in the
strenuously endeavoring to drag Mr.
of him. Greeley, Dana, Bowles, Prentiss and service of the state from belonging to
Flagler's name into our primary election
In his great purpose to make Florida Brownlow what a hold Wattersonstill a political organization.The .
for state offices next to act
year -like Moses of old-a "land of prom- exercises on the reading public! railroad employees refused. On W-13
as a kind of terror and scarecrow to
He," to which all eyes are to be directed Why is this? It is because bigness May b, the government: announced
the voters.
.f we believe the people will belongs to man, it is a part of his that unless they withdrew from the General Bullock and tho Governor i i" I'rershiptn.ul"brt.i.y
These politicians seem to think that ? ...
gladly become to him an Aaron and creation and no heights are too difficult union they would be discharged. A ship. hoary iu Middle IA. n,'. ,wprtaw ..
the name of this gentleman will .
will feel honored in holding up his for him to climb-no man has strike followed. Every wheel stopped Mr. George R. McKeao makes: th* I have re.e
uauway bald
have the wild, maddening effect upon hands. _
the thoughts bigger than other men can Even the mails had to be sent by following authorized statement iu the
good honest earnest-mmdec
CHILD LABOR. A fwaim aM4m <...>..miTmp
coach. The lines t
grasp. were picketed, buta Tampa Tribune of Tue<.,Uy ;
voters that a red rag has flaunted into .ant .
-- To become big one has only to pull few enginemen returned and the "When General Bullock wj first rile. utm* a .kw anti ,
the face of an infuriated bull. Mrs. Van Vorst and her sister Miss think iat Ih wawir taia
I himself out of the narrow ruts, which section and track hauds were put to spoken of as a possible candidate, < to et npii ;
What reason have these gentlemen Van Vorst, have written a book which ..4. But tie ......." .iN aryl :
I dwarf the intellect, and pull himself work on the trains. Senator Brown did go( to him and of
for supposing that the name of Mr has President Roosevelt anoHitivrW ......and.
Flagler will have this effect? a preface by into bigger ones, which gives it bigger Violence followed. Sir A. J. Pea fered to withdraw if he would oouxrnt taq e-

without that the away MHrariaav.
It ought not to. so it goes saying room for growth. cock, the Premier and "Minister of to make the race but it u as on the eoo

It occurs to us that it will have directly character and standing of the authors As man becomes tolerant: he be- Labor" called a special session! of the dition that the General mint decide Sq 0*iM stortMiM Mader. III ...

the opposite fleet. are I Ityund question. comes great. legislature. It faced the situating that and make his announcement iu a few Catmint ) altpM a. .

Why? These ladies are wealthy buta.sumed In the course of his sermon Sunday the state railroads were in the hands da}s. This act on the part of fouler 3tlortieu, irl ehahi a dart _

\ Because it goes without saying that the garb of working women and Mr. Little said that "he was not a of strikers who 'refused to run them Brown was .ud is appreciated! but for .... for tflMM awaa .f to.* *.).

he is a benefactor to the state. sought and obtained employment in big wan who could not be bigger or allow others to do so. The state good and auffidet reasons. General an option M as 'Iltn" IMirbt
cotton mills both in tne north and in
At the very time these little peanut than his" church." acted as the state always will and Bullock did not see fit to accept throe .....
the south in order to better study ----
fellows And what a great truth that is. must when it is an employer. A penal term and without committing him.
are trying to bring his: name pees t't'tUI'Y UPai..5SI it..
their condition
suppose that all men had travle law was pa>sed. It prohibited: a rail self one way or the other, he left senator
into the i taw ..
among voters o The following criticism of the book by WMOMM .di'"t MM* .., n.. I
in a rut as big as that what few sins road employee from leaving work brown free to act a.- he eh.t><*. 11* I ,
the state, what is Mr. Flagler doing? ought to arrest attention : Joan B h Jahu t: 11'1"..f WMtf I

"Even the Miss the church would have to answer for without fourteen days' uoti'-e. It thinks that i,, making bill
He is rebuilding the Breakers, the among children up mind I vIiniona ..... edataitl to rt-tt I II

Van Vorst "never saw a cheek or and what a halo of glory would cover penalized interference with ther-9 other
rosy are of
beautiful hotel which was recently new nonunion things more vital plre1M. ,.r ....rtut.Ithe ..,i........ .

destroyed by fire at Palm Beach. a clear skin," but merely" "parchmentelitions tie earth i men, prohibited the collection! importance than the candidacy It', ... .0' .....'h.of_ >tl.... .... ttra.aato4
of childhood.( She found
Struggling: for temporal power all : of strike funds, the Senator Brown to l lit" cntitfidtml.
Unaided byanygavernmentorstateappropriation tsar! they "died like tlie:;" in sum. gave polio au ....... II". attar Keiu at. drove !

he is his of these years, Leo has shown, by the thority to close meetings advocatinga General Bullock did not toil ceoatorBro ml lit .. .
extending mer. Two hundred this ttl i j lac MI*** III" rjr act $. ..

railroad through an almost uninhabIted i I prisoners, some only six years old, I bigness! of his life, that the Catholic strike and authorize them to Ieizeand u that he would not be a candidate i i I i abM..j tfl iiiPlorMn <. 't.+iertrAtett di ;

country to Cape Sable the southernmost I were confined for thirteen hours a day church is much bigger without it than destroy any newspaper defending nor has the latter reert/td such I i I tiMi Uinrework "" Kirrp It.tMt I Ii

of the in one mill, where they cot too tiredto with it.Mr. or encouraging a railroad strike. assurance from anyone authorial to i .
point peninsular of I that i> D r> ..> e. ?aeodrI
pat when time for
they were given I
Florida. ; Little took for his text the following This drastic act was: put ob its give it. General Bullock t .
pas may ? a "for the I .
rest at noon. They fell asleep:: as soon I I I re.a. ii i' h* ... ..._
For verse from Matt. i'Jll.; sage. It passed OLe chamber and candidate. The field is being Sate .
every dollar the Federal government as they reached home at night and lot tMrf not afuiiwi to jr oieM ttalae

is spending in deepening the got no schooling or play. They could "He that is greatest among you plainly had a r-jjority in the other. fully canvassed by his friends. If fa but "..* tli. ***-k in trltlf' III" i iI

harbor at Miami, Mr, Flagler for the wash their hands Sunday If they shall be jour servant. The men asked for term. and some their judgment, they deem it wise to I wa>, "....... 'f{ ,.......... IMF""

Dame purpose, is contributing a dollar did not get back to work early in the That was a startling announcementfor increase. The government refused eater him iu the race, aUIlOUlK't'fiMoMI aM ievttaq w tlrrd p'1'rv ,1Iti.N.waa ..
r around
morning, a man came on
his up to that time the world was unaccustomed anything but an unconditional sur- to that effect will b- rude at the .
from private purse.Mr. horseback to rout them out of bed. prep: Pitt..* .+ ...... r"IM M

Flgler found the east coast of Twenty thousand children, under to that kind of greatness. render. In one week the: strikers bad er time. Neither the General or his reap III..... 'o'! so l MUUin

Florida almost a barren waate.:: He twelve, were suffering thus last win- Conquest was the ancient idea. resigned from tbll union and returnedto friends will be burned in this matter ....t IlL-Uf. ... Mt tar bwM

is converting it into a perennial flower term the' south; but 1 think the But under the teachings of Christ their work. by the aspiration of other candi ion' 6..is that ilite tiN' rlaar..a ie

number has Ueu reduced lately Miss in the text quoted by the eminent The National Guard Federal date There i is still I .
garden-waking it the most beautiful or even jjlmty of tune 'H-K UI'| I' ._ fl. ors
Van Vorst that "during
says my stayin
luxurious and delightful strip of land South!: Carolina, I never heard one preacher this idea of greatness is troops is a mild way of dealing witha for announcements, and .buuld his

rapidly vanishing a sublimer idea railroad strike compared with this. friends decide to hiw the
.; in the western world. woman advocate the mills for public

Should a wan like this be held up children" The mothers hate the factories is taking its place. There is no country where "labor" is and his friends will be nellie iu UD FALLING HAIR

and so do all the girls who The did not nierrate
preacher t nor
to the voters of the state as a terror better "organized" than in Austialia; uncertain tones'
work there. underestimate the of such
and an evil doer "Theseoperativeare whites and greatness but if the state is owner the state has I Today, General Buliouk in iiuplv a
There is absolutely no excuse for it the worst of it is that most of the men as Napoleon, but he comparedthe ''to be obeyed. Where another employer portability. When that i* said all isaid.

and we believe the voters of the state stock of these; mills and other estab. : greatuts-s of such men, who had must turn to the law, the state ." Save Your Hair wiIi
will be wise enough and conservative iishuieuts at the south is owned in no higher ideals of the uses of men can make its own law.-Los AngelesCal. The Times.Union at the World's Far

enough to rebuke it. the north. You and I and our neigh than as food for powder, to the higher ( .) Journal. The Tiuies-Uuiou World' >mr ShampoosCtfeira "
bors have to set the children ,
power ideals of Christ and those who have
... contest will be the means of doublingthat
Although expending his fortune of free from cruel toil, and let them go Some of the Political Superiors of
comprehended the full meaning of his
millions in the Ue Women.To paper'b circulation. Tn wry
development of the to school could have the mills

ventilated teachings. the Editor ol the Ocala Banner the votes are going in fur the candi 1
state, Mr. Flaglerhasat: no time aud dwellings suppliedwith } There recently appeared in the SM ii1t_tgwP 1
pure water and the whole district .Mr. Little named eight persons. dates the people over the nUto are 1 1I
no manner attempted to interfere 1j
with its drained. \Ve could prohibit born almost within a decade of each newspapers' the following: taking considerable interest in UM I>I j!
It airs. H
political a nWM
loose talk iu the work rooms and Three Polanders, who could not v |
that ,
hopursuing a course gave contest. As yet 'no young lady
To all intents and purposes, and so decent well 61'1'
secure : \'aey:1s as speak a word of EnglNb recent-
them broader view of hate were
a thing, Volusia ha: entered. Tb
0Mttat '
far ahe has shown by hU acts, his washstands in the led chambers.

vote should go unchallenged in a Such a mill as was visited by Miss: left an impress upon the world for its ly sent to Bay State, Long Island, will end in the young ladies win ..1.1Ii

betterment which will last for tagged as express packages. They 1 Wif wwJawMj aWIMita
democratic Van Vc rat at Columbia U a disgrace ages. who have the best! financial iwrkiog.

primary. to Mass'ichu"t'tt as well as to south These Gladstone Bismarck had been shipped from New York and I IFM
Among his other magnificent enterprises : :: persons were The fight will, however bit sir, it UM IaIIiII 11III II
Mr. has I Ca' your, Gauubetti, Lincoln, were delivered in an express wagon. T: U. will not furnish any .t> ial'l I
Flagler established
THE NEGRO IN THE NORTH. I Ruskin, Victoria and Pope Leo. How long these "express packages"liave edition to any of the caD lW.tM or !!
great dally newspaper!! which would been floating about in this i 1 flmr to
He could also have stretched: the their trii'n s.-DeLand New ti tar
be a credit to any stat in the Union. We tired of the and .
ate negroes country is not stated but we are reminded
number to ten and mentioned Li I lim
Who has he put' in charge: of it? the negro problem, and we are outraged that in a short time these"ex- Prospectors in Florida j
Hung and Count Ito, who have cer- jI
Republicans? with the denouncing A number of pru< frow
negro preachers tfaeeton I
taiuly made their influence felt press: packages" may by a very little

Sot at all. lynching without a word throughout the inhabitable globe! coaching, be voting upon questions of Hampton county, S. C., are spiting I ......... aarta., i _P..at J

The gentleman who ha: been entrusted of condemnation for the negro brutes national importance in this country. Florida. for the purpose of eaaiDUIc: ....III "" .U. w. '13": .hi ...f vftfth J
The eloquent divine strewed the .. I
via' .t t .
with its editorial direction isMr. that cause: : them.-St. Paul Pioneer Over 7i6,225: emigrants have landed the agricultural and bortiouHuni i pew 1'
pathway of those eight with beautiful iIl...1"g. ', I AYN 4anolli.ut
George W. Wilson Press. In this possibilities of the state and if out- .
flowers. The mot of them rising country, during the last eleven I': nt, ... .sue

And who is Mr. Wilson? I The negro race is but one generation from the common walks of life, he month Of these Italy, Austria- fled, expect to bring a lane mater TM t(.*.*!n.. to i" !..... I

He WAS formerly of this county and out of slavery, aud but few generations Hungary and Russia: furnished 6.5 per of settlers here. Theca parties era aa.. rv,"\". ... >....t .... I Irtdr. ,
showed how truly blessed is the
won his political here. out of barbari-m. When he now in Manatee dnar""\ ."" .. r rr
spurs cent. As a rule these men are of the county but bter*
world by their patriotic labors. :....... It. to '" ...... ...
When he was barely reverts to barbarism and cooimitts a returning will visit other Metimut fit'tbe
twentyoneyears and
most ignorant
His sketch of Leo was that of a degraded type, tin I 11IIF h.1 a. a. '. ....

of are the democrats of this crime against womankind the punish master. Broad, simple, touching and bringing with them the most primitive state. ..uP!"'MM (f Ifit < tI "" '..' ....

county thought him loyal enough and meat will be fully as swift and hor- ideas of the degraded position We hope they will out hive Marion I.r........ ,I I J" *"**
affectionate, the picture he drew of ..
talented enough to represent them in rible in the north as in the - .
him at no time was too little nor too Wutt -u I
the legislature aud unanimously tendered Kansas! City Journal. To such men as these, who hold the ------ sTiu.,.,.. ;,< Ata-s'. .... t
I highly colored. His praise was full I A Florida Habit IMI Gd I "u'. ; :It ,I
him the nomination. The wave of black horror that is without fulsome. balauce of power, our intelligent w. ,.
being The "good old summer tin." u pat .kltl' II' I"fI, I
When General Bullock was a candidate creeping over the country will soon or The abiding, taxpaying American women hac anti ;.r.u .)\ ,..,.'-'
sermon throughout was pleasing with us: but neither the dry nor tsar __
th t\
( for congress he selected him as Ate be met antI !stopped and overwhte'lmed well considered and instructiveand are obliged to plead for their political bif .11dandruff. !' .,f'I I
wet i1elt
weather nor inotjaiUw *i>"
secretary of kU campaign committee by a wave: of horror that will rights. mem to heir, t-., .. I" l' ... -!'
will long be remembered by those I diminish the .....
and Mr. Wilson regular crop of ...&. oataiag rri, *.'i) *"
virtually directedthe leave the superior race rid of everything who had the I It is any wonder that our intelligent ... .
of ..
pleasure::; listening and July weddingt the Kurt Oa.. tar h.by n... d+ &aI
campaign and General Bullock of the inferior but the brutal it. : American women cry out in despair la taftca .. b)45p, ?i r" ......... j
-East Coast Advocate : NvltedeatI -" or aM J
H tm'
publicly and in a most pleading manner barbarious: passions and habit the the prayer of Dr. Lyman Beecher: "0 k. lit
For -
headache sick headache 1f'U.
extended him his grateful ae- conflict has bred. The dark horrow Lord, grant that we may not despiseour Two Bottles Cured Him. I .... tf > _, .tiW' .... 1
kno'dedlmfnb. "splitti ng," nervous headache: in fact -. aM ...". sPahraaay ... i
hat bangs over the south is creepingover rulers; and grant, 0. Lord, that I was troubled with kidney ootapfelat whist atMi R. sip .... I'"! .
old kind of
any a use Raymond j
From the time Mr. Wilson was the Potomac the Ohio the Missssippi Pills. hey may not act so that we can't for about two years," writes' A. H. aahor i. -- eai artii+tM .. .. )

4 twenty-one years old up to the date of They clear the system of Davis:: of Mt. Sterling, Ia."tot U. t1.1 ell .. alai ", + 1
and menacing the north as the cause of headaches. 25 doses .,jc. help it! Ut all .bp *"* .. i
the big freeze his time his bottles Foley's Kidney Cure ctftctol) R4rs y .
talents .
and well.-Minnopolia Tribune. a .. ," ..
Anti-MonopolyDrug Store. ? m ELXOKA ){. BALCOCK. perwanedt cure." the w wlE +rtaet'rt -
m t 'Ml thr'Y 4 It-,b t "'.

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t a United States :senator.DeLandNews. TIlE CONSTITUTION X. (l. is good enough for them it ought to

rp I Ti t"cHipsl .... Frank ClarK: has knocked the props be satisfied-Lee 4444 burj? Corn inercial. CANCEROUS

from under the person who bad the
: HOX'T LAFK JUST SMILES. A few weeks before coming to De- ,
: temerity to assert that he was not f% g% Are in many respects like other ulcers or ;

flQH THE STATE PRESS. : The Tampa newspaper reporters qualified by law to be a congressmanfrom Land the governor seut the following UL Cr ER 9 sores, and this resemblance often proves aUl. :

have been trying to induce the Hon. telegram to his friend, Forbes: Valuable time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal
f .....................: Peter 0. the second district. Mr. Clark the sore with washes and salves, because the germs of Cancer that are multiplying -
Knight to say whether it ia "Hold the fort, Doctor, I am with
mighty quiet, town to says that the state constitution has in the blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly developing .
U a
Oct his intention to run for congress or nothing to do with the case and from you to the end" keep up the irritation and discharge, and at last sharp shooting painsannounce '

In l.o fubrruatorial mpirants.Trlbuuf not, but hid only reply has been "busi Forbes taking a keen interest in the approach of the eating and sloughing stage, and a hideous, f
his we are of the opinion
sickening cancerous sore begins its
TtDJr' ness id goal; -'limes-Union. move on the checker board in ., _.
44.4 that he is eminently correct.Madison every destructive work. In :February lSgg, I noticed a small
I '' anus |11t'Q1le never have .... New : Florida and, it is aid, wired the governor No nicer or sore can exist with- lump on my lower lip- The doctor ceaterised :
J'trb'lli Enterprise.; it but another came sad broke
ot1k, but they have The Belleview Sew Letter has (passed recently as follows, when the oat some predisposing Internal cause out into an open lore. I began to take j
iIJIIh' ao into the that has poisoned the blood and the a. a. S. and after I had taken seven bo'f f
votes.-Belle. control of C. M. Brown, PITCH PINE AXD ROSIN. attempt was: made to pull Jennings
ICratbed like for open discharging nicer,or the fester tel the place bested entirely and u i

mw > wrUUer.Fr jr., of Ocala. Is this a on of the Hon. C. M. Brown does not want otf and let him run for congress from ins sore.7 on the lip* cheek .r other signs iuca.p.of the .disease Brown haTe Hollad been, S.seea C.part I.

101. gubernatorial candidate? If go per the absurd Idea to gain currency that the first district : of the body will continue toE !
lUrrls hallo't had to decline read and eat deeper into the flesh unless the blood is purified and the
ok hap candidate Brown wants a persoraljorgan he is not running for governor. He Rochester, N. Y. mcer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation. f

al o1k-t for om two week now. : to advocate his election. has on a full head of steam, 2 JO "Don't let them sidetrack you gov S. S. S, cleanses the blood of all decaying effete matter. It has great f

t<> Le doing ernor hold the fort I am with to tidotal and that the and
: fto ttblng ought pretty Madison New Enterprise. pounds to the square inch, "a nigger you purifying properties soon destroy germs poisons I
s Journal. the end. Volu ia is all right and and restore the blood to its natural condition. And when pure blood U l

.i _.l'essarola.... .IN roosting on the safety valve and the our stock paper there will boom you." carried to the ulcer or sore the healing process i

Kaokltr, of the Crystal If DanneUe H. Mays becomes a furnace crammed with rosin and J. F. FORBES, Ph. D. begins the discharge ceases and the place beak i

Brother candidate for governor-and it appears -DeLand News. over and new skin forms. S. S. S. is a strictly vega I
pine, and his whistle is awaking the
>ew'f ittlnki "nearly polit- table blood purifier containing or
Rinr to be practically certain that he 4444DYNAMITING no mercury I
raDd1Ja ars under treaty obli- echoes from Pensacola to Fernandinaand FRANK CLARK. minerals of any description.If .

kaI: will be one-he will make some of from the St. Mary's to Mule you have an ulcer or chronic sore of any kind,write us about it, medical i

=t ,<-iataravilla :5tu the other fellows look like the pro Key.-Punta Gorda Herald. "Upon what meat doth this, our advice will cost you nothing. Books on Cancer and other diseases of 1

4444WHOBAIIHIE Ctesar feed, that he has grown 'BO the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta 6a. J
WAS DEAD. verbial thirty cents when the votes 4444
great?" as to be able to trampel con-
Ei'U- & *'D tor rt. Pasco, renews are counted.-PensacnlaJournal. Bob XrcNamtt, the man of over-
.... stitutions under his feet? Mr. Clark
\lt labwrriptioit aDd winds Christian coats and labor unions: will be a candidate I .
Xo thoughtful man cares to swap a says that, certificate or no certificate,
to the 'ltnellHliptJ fir congress from the first.
peeUhge I sure thing for an unknown quantity. if he receives a majority of the votes
\\1tD"- This will mean that Steve's days: of
NN That's why the great majority of cast he will be seated. That may be
sleeplessness are at hand *s the young
Editor Funk HrrU has proved Florida democrat are going to vote true; but I apprehend that the peopleof
Napoleon of Floaida politics is backed
,(ry fonclunlvely that General Hobt. to return Hon. James P. Taliaferro to the becond congressional district of Dyspepticsare
by a well filled head, ready and con
J'uUofk!] I. out too old. Now let him the senate. They have taken his vincing tongue and hundreds of Florida will save themselves the 7 made every day by their on eareIeuc -

prop that Mate of the other fellows measure and it is full 36 inches to the humilitation of a contest in congress, CIa that ease of eoostip&tioa before it
strong and active friends.-Quincy
in fog yOw ,I'tnsacola News. yard.-Tirn s.Union. of an aspirant against the certificateof become chronic. TakeLMR t

.... **** Times.! the governor of the state. PILLS \ ,
Alurt W. Gilchnst, the genttruaa 4444
HOB. The Palatka Times-Herald man, it In the article quoted, Mr. Clark has RfiJ0N's
from Dc"wto, Is the latest pa. As long as the people are taxed for PELLETS '
is said, eats green pears and cucumbers announced his total disregard for the
iriode eliiifu to announce his u illingt the maintenance of a large number of I I I the only remedie which ueist Nature ud do not get la her ; ,
before he retires I
night just
every state constitution, and by his history
serve the |*( ple in the capacJtt secondary schools, so long will the i .ay. Powerful puigatirea gripe, paiD tad make confirmed I
|o -which accounts for some of those he has manifested his lack of that I j
drug-taken. Ramon'i Remedial act gently aDd leave the f flJ8"'m
\'ersityand common schools suf
of governor.-Tlnira.L'ninn. snappy political Miuibs. Editor God. cement of union which should bind I independent of do ge. For sale bj 4ll Sedan
1111Mt. ter. Give all of the money raised by I
llurr' gubernatorial win, of the Gainesville Star, drinks! a an aspirant for high oftiee to the Your drugpst will turnlob I free lampla or .e will
K. Hudson taxation for school purports to our
barrel of water before each meal ; people, whom he would represent Co.
Please Brown
Uumlrt Ml flat very quickly. common schools, to county high
hence his "visions."-DeLand Sews. "Thy God shall be God." ,
arB III. if you will, what on earth the 444* schools and to a state university. my New York

Tamp herald U after?-I>e Land Some are of the belief that ex.governor : Then the money will be placed whereit Mr. Clark is putting himself in the and Oreeneville.Tenn. .

uneviable of ad.
position a political
1re. Blosham will\ be in the thickestof will do some real good.-Zalfor .
.... venturer. I
the fray when the 1904 campaign Adventurer.
Btrtow Jacksonville
Georgia, !
Bob McNanie and Steve U on in earnest. Bloxham is till a 4444
Wbro ? The Hornet always Oklahoma, Lake City or anywhere.
High Springs ,
Into each other a reg- power in the !:laud but we have our
Criiuau natural
thinks that The Floridian or adopted,
grammatically ,
he doubts as to his ever running for office
tJ Carolina time t'XJ"dNI'.I.th -
kUr may "without a doubt democratic who is here to stay, for weal or woe:, rovr OFFICE DISK MOKL o< .\ 1..1. ('1.\.
agt in. We base our opinion up-
Thut'It.Jt'raIJ. feels a on's pri.'e in his mother !itl.te.and ,
nominee for president will lay between .
.. .
1FtaukClirk on the gentleman's own statement. -------- --- ---- -

appears to t*? running Palatka Time.-Herala. Parker and Hearst.; If it commented dislikes upon.to hear even her faults ...... ................

hurw. If the of the should that neither of the
Lu a fate signs .... happen
.... .
"Lives there with soul
a man so
times amuuut to au.thinglr.. The Ocala Banner, copying a para. gentlemen mentioned receives the .8.

Clark I I. u Rood tkx-ted J right now. graph from the Press to th.' effect nomination we are of the opinion dead, who never to himself hath said,

-Ttmp" Tribune. that E-vaoibia county may have, that the "nominee" will seriously oh. this i-J my own my native land?" M eJdng Advertising :

Mr. Editor I writ this not becauseI
.... ,
U'er, Haii lidtte for the p"sitiouofaU jest: to "layiui between them.-
A LITTLE Lol'l)EK, PLKAMi.C. love Caesar less, but Florida more.
"ni -$;t"ut"r..I, think* it "may be Madisou: New Euterpri.se.

M. llrottis, of Uckla wants:: itlQIllnll Parkhill.ot: MI Parkbill will 4444 Mr. Clark ollends the sentiment of : Pya N \ N i

uudertJuud I Floridians whether
and uutq.ivocally" all native oradoptt'd
> ,
probably be congressman from the The report from 'fallaha-see thatGeneral .
that candidate fur vtreor '
he II' '
g third district, succeeding Lamar. Gilchrist is to he a candidatefor :
Hear me, don't you"-Jack4444 Even as a cosmopolitan: people, as
Guess again.: -PensacoK Pres governor confirms the general be- .

wville h.trol'oU" .... lief thai Governor Jennings will soon we are, that holy feeling of state: pride

:When c"ndhIAklee Kind words announce for United :States Senator. exists among all those who have I One drop of water does not make the ocean :

lion. H. Clay Crawford, secretary of i'oOut them in a newspaper they anchored in the tite--LoI'IS: J.BKCSH .
Gilchrist led the sdministration: forcesin *'One grain of sand will not make a shore .
state U caudidaie fur flection.Htbunudta a
a re ,
*h..ullllilt rouM'ier the editor ;0sp' in Metropolis. J
1 the house at the: last ::;esaiou ot the .
tide record and Has akins: coiitiiiitie, to their support 4444 ,One feather does not make a bird .
legislature: and his candidacy :ov Because James Taliaferro United
maps frirudi lu all harts of the state Must editors like to peak kindly of : One: leap will not make a frog; :
will be
trbu eruor generally regarded as:: apart States senator, has the support of the
will girv bias M cordial support. all iupeteut and worthy candidates,
of the Jennings campaign plan. IT 13 ALL TUB RBST-
Tampa Tribuue.itobrrt wealthy and influential men, large a .
I but when itcoiites to giving real Mip-
a.... -P acola Journal property holders and taxpayers in a .
port we all have a right to a choice. ....
)l'\aw":, has not been heard his candidacy for the stu1lotei:> no .
Goiuesville Sun, ?. The statement is going the roundsof Q
frwu In Mitral da)a. Probably he *..f reason: why be should be vilified and .
-,. the that 32 of the 45 counties
hu made sneakto Washington 10tat The Palatka Sews, aui Advertiser press abused. Mr. Taliaferro is an boue t' a aa
iu Florid the sale of
prohibit liquors
)Ir, Sj'rkai to his cuugrestldud having referral to the 'fallshass'.e man. He U capable and successfulHe .
Whoever; first publicity to the
& | k'it. The active Robert keeps Capitol: :: "the otlk'ial orgiu of Governor gave came out of the ranks of the Confederate : 0a
statement either did :so: from ulterior And it is with most in life and
and made so things "
Uuu&ll guewlug.-Tampa Tribune. Jennings," that paper denies army a poor boy ,
motives trom dense A
4444U the oft impeachment, and says that or his start in life carrying slab wood ID especially is it true that one advertisement; .
bu bet-u I settled that casual resume of the 4o counties showsat
Florida saw mills and hauling! aw
tbeCl&l'ital U "no more" the official
( least 23 iu hich the sale; of liquorsis : will not make you a successful advertiser. :
ovtrnor J 'uuiDguill be a candidate :
organ *>' Governor Jennings than the log He is and always has been a

kf the toiled Mates senate and that Palatka paper is the official organ of licensed, and a, 23! from -15 only working wzt.n. and to hu forts isFlorida a Lay, out a line of publicity and put it in CD

John X. C. Stockton will also make leaves 2, we would] like to know aa
Bob lUvi's. "No more." Since largely indebted for her pros:: a

the i ra'f. That looks like the re-elect- when?-Pensacola Pres.HEAKsT where the other ten dry p\'rityand prestige. Because h.* has a

k* of Mr. T.Uaft'rro.-Tuul'a Tri- .... counties are situated?Gainesville
been successful i+ no reason why
k r. IJtiuM i.ROWIXU.; .... should be barred from honors that ,

.... The Hearst boom stems: to be making be conferred his fellow-coun
wx r 1V.tNT'EM, WHEN DROWN IS GOVERNOR may by S v X X That Will Pay x X
headway in Florida as well as in trymen. Because Mr. J. R. Parrot
According to that gentleman himself -
Jackson,1i some other southern btates. Mr. the manager of the great Flagler millions .
when Hon. C. M. Brown takts
ut't'l. to get Hearst will in all probability be one that are invested in Florida en- S a., .

i. bet prtwnt uhtitfiaus.:!.: We hopes of the leading candidates iu the democratic hold of the "helm of the great shipof riching the state and her people, is ei.a..e a.ii...s.ia.isaao.

ere will not fud over this state, storms may sweep the political -
any way. convention next year and if his neighbor and friend and i is sup- I
W. have seas, and mad waves may roar,
euouh of our u.-I'\'u"a.-
he wins the nomination the: party porting him in his candidacy for the I
eola Journal howling wind may tear, through her
expect, strenuous campaign. senate is why he! should
may no reason: HVriKMSIIEI II YHIUS.HAHHE .
**** folded calLs and sea dragons lash her
n.ltartu.... Courier,Informant has Madison New Enterprise. not receive support. His work iu the
I quivering keel, yet all will be well,
brought -- has been practical. He has: BROTHERS'CASH
upon iu head the enmity for the harbor reached, the landing made
bfof Sl: :5ewa; :!:: $i;?;;;
t *>tu of the supporters of Hon. amid shouting and greeting and been instrumental in securing appropriations MAIL ORDER HOUSE

ttarkIonl' The readers of this paper will be for Florida and he brought
\'" Uro u, hr.! by its pun cheers. ,

about Brou's Iron Bitter How pleased to learn that there U", at least Hurrah! hurrah Up with the back from Washington $700,000 due Wholesale Liquor Dealers.

thoughtless dreaded disea4 that science has the result of the effective
or editor Sweat. Cut the one the state,
; flag and let the baud play "The Star- Authorized; Bottlers and Wholt ;ale Dealers in Wm. J.

lean out lUilroad use Iron-TimesII : been able to cure in all its. stage and Spangled Banner."-Punta Gorda work there of himself and hU col Brewing CVs :St. Louis B.-er.

t"nlfw, that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Herald. leagues. Men like Davis and Talia

> ,"E1 AX.*tl'1-OKTVXlTY.. is the only posithe; cure known to the *444 ferro are not to be downed in Florida 1246-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville 1"1.-"

medical fraternity. Catarrh being a The Madison Recorder is against hy mere vamporings of misguided papers .
tW. Bob Davis diapH>iuted a large I constitutional dua, requires a eoni PRICE LIST ll'O.V .iri'LICiTIOA. \.
Hon. Robt W. Davis for governor and by men who have a personal
'3 df i** of wmikl-tiv eager listeners i i stitutional treatment. Hull's Catarrh
cause it is "afraid of a return to corporate selfish interest in their down faIl.- --
'J Ming! to appear at the iretua pic- I Cure is taken internally, acting
the blood and mucous control whatever that mean Leesburg Commercial.You .
"teciwuihU upon
iu this county lat Friday -
surfaces of the Astern, thereby destroying It cannot forget the :years be was --- -- --- I E. PELOVESTHARDWARE.Sash
"Ot r Bob" lost the chance of
the foundation: of the disease ,
I Iitl'UUlt connected with the Plant Spstern. know what you are taking.
ttmte a hit, an opportunity I the
and giving patieuU; strengthby It is tilled with fears and misgivings.Its When you take Grove's Tasteless I
Which knocketh not alwuys.-l,uiucyIople building up the constitution and
Its is woefully distre oed. But Chill Tonic because the formula is
Times. its work.
assisting nature in doing I

I .... The proprietors have so much faith i why should it worry so? Why take plainly printed ou every bottle showing .

i. The of florid are very in its curative powers, that they offer i all the weight of responsibility, upon that it is simply Iron and Quinine I

proud of Jacksonville, the metropolis One Hundred Dollars for: any case : its shoulders After all, the people, In a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay ,
of that it fails to cure. :Send: for list of and \l \ Farming
this white will .t:
state, but however kindly they the intelligent voters, settle ,Price 50 cents. ,

way M toward Jacksonville, they testimonials. Address, I the matter, and as Bob Davis is Doors J'r2'Y Tools. .
t' F. J. CHENEY &: CO., Toledo, 0.

ate not going to pay her the honor of Sold by Druggists. 7;)c. their choice for governor, the Recorder FOLEYSHONHMAR 1 !t- Ready Mixed GdI!

living her both the congressman and Hall's Family Pills are the best. I should: not complain; if Bob Davis tops the cough and heals lung! Paints Etc. .



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American pines, not the Reds, and NEWSY LETTER FROM FT. M'COY. I A .N.. /rwt -
THE SOIL IGOERS. Strong Litigation Over Palace Car.
BIG BUSINESS I [ these fancy varieties, being large and -- Down Mkwlcoming L
wsy r.n
Sew York, July 30.-A receiver was "- It

Who Florida appealing to the wealthy consumer, Five Hundred Dollar Bills-..Politics. appointed in the chancery court at
The Men are Making teta ....... ,... 4 A ..

Prosperous. must not be precipitated on anyone Wants Gen. Bullock to Speak Out. Newark N. J., for a single palace car Nuesd
ht IDa' ti ....t
city, even the largest, but must cultivate It is called the "Boston. and at the M e ...
[CONSOLIDATION About 40OuO crates of tomatoes Mr. C. A Whil.Seu, of Orlando, was Damp.-whiei. win
dispersed markets. time it was built was known as one .....
went from Goldman and prices were here some days ago buying beef for
i The shipments are hunched here of the finest in existence and was exhibited It I. row sadist U. errweei4Iia ,
good the entire season; average was i the Orlando and Cuban marKets. He widely. Later it became ..
I and are dispatched by carloads to or Pevrrtar, iu. .
about 11.25 net. ; left some $)00 bills with the stockmen famous by remaining sidetracked for $ Ie" A

Cincinnati. Thus they secure the almost two years near Springfield I 1'l'8f.
From Anthony there were shipped j of this section. tifewignetlae.e rrpriate .. ....
carload (C. L.) rates to the Ohio 46c a Mass., while the question of its ownership i

TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO., 270 cars of melons, 58 cars of canta-I crate, whereas less than carload (L. Rev. H. C. Martin preached to a was being fought out in the 'I t"'-__ fI' toe 1tE. .lane, ...

loupes, 9 cars of beans and between : crowded house at the Baptist church courts. All that time a negro porter are UIoUtM,....... M .....
C. L.) rates would be 70c crate. .,
BUYS METTO CO. :30,000 and 35,000 crates of beans, cu- j Sunday.. He baptized Mr. Charles and his wife stuck to the car. Th I holra.
Cincinnati is a second basing point; litigation grows out of a transfer made
cumbers, cantaloupes, okra tomatoes, | Prevat and :Mrs. Drew Holly, and received It i i. r-wtlly a 4.Nrkq. ....
from that the fruit is dispersed over to a New Englander, who holds a mortgage .yr....

etc. Miss Lula Marsh for baptism: on the property and the court fruit aMid rte tiewK ....d Ie.-
the country north of the Ohio. .
Pears are doing very well as far i: without The Wilson Cypress company is has instructed the receiver, whose of troth tW pt"II' .... bre.
refrigeration. -
south as DeLand, Fruitland Park, They are shipped cutting timber in the Redding bond was fixed at ID.OuO, to sell thf _
swamp 3 I"t: bt1a" ettpele N eitiea
The ageuta claim for the coacn.
Leesburg and points in DeSoto coin- which will have to be hauled a distance l"rot. ..... .,...t.1 d .
of rt.ay
Orlando net back to the grower
ty. In Bradford county pears have of three or four miles to the Alabama Board Pardons. ''T1I'i putt ilaewre it r. _
Minimum !I.79 net IMMtllll
nearly 2 crate. Montgomery, Ala., July! 30./ -At a
been offered at 20c bushel on the j Ocklawaha river. ; ly atajriit .. ...
PROMINENT BUSINESS MEN IN CITY ; back to the station. meeting of the board of pardons the OMMHMMto p+.
trees. In Live Oak a merchant offers Now that 'Dee" Brinson has decided -
: ptDM"au ...
One shipper at Punta Gorda had the board refused to interfere with the ad r\ Aprourt.irs ...

AND STATE INTERESTED. 25c bushel for 1,000 bushels for can- : to tackle W. D. Caru for the murder in Marengo county; on the fruit. II.sax.* w .
courage to defy local traditions, passed aphrlitsske ..
ning purposes.The I position of county superintendent we sentence of Stephen Bartow convicted
Palatka Sews reports 1,204 by the fancy and plant the Reds.:! of burglary in Chilton county; Jim avMtMM toI .. .
expect some stirring times in old 01
may 1 a<'re al supply nee
For him they are netting, it is stated, Smith convicted of murder it few, pw
The Tropical Manufacturing Company cars of melons and cantaloupes ship. .
Marion the
during coming campaign
atone of
the te north
about $1.50. Lowndes county; and in cases ot yea spat. ....a
Determined to Practically Cover ped over the Atlantic Coast Line from as both have a host of friends in the Will Hudson Will Jones and Abe Wli srfofwiwMM pyfor r hwtltee.M
I Jacksonville claims ..
the United States With Their that section. The good prices receivedfor The agency county.Mr. Hams, convicted of robbery and sea- be ep..irrge, Th

3,000 crates shipped to date. The tenced to hang, the board refused 'wIr dover
Goods. Which are Widely melons more than compensatedfor : H. C. Martin has purchased the
praltree ....
shipments opened last year July 19; to interfere with the sentence of the alt be r-r11..,

Known. the poor returns on cantaloupes, Galbraith two-story' residence and is two former. but recommended We tot!, sinter 1M tsr.ra. k, 1& ealMl ..
started from Punta
this they
From the Jacksonville Metropolis. which were- almost a failure from Gorda year June 6. moving it to his place near the Bap- imprisonment in the case of the (lat, crease man r..pMlj tWa ttobilny .....

drouth. The first car of melons was tist church. ter. I
The Tropical Manufacturing Company of pmductlua.

shipped May 23, Robert Marsh who had his hand severely -
t recently organized at Jacksonville ---+-u-- _. ,,:. ,
The pear crop is reported as unus- cut on a circular saw some
has purchased the manufacturing STRAW
interests of the Metto Company I ually large in the Archer section and I II Bad weather for fodder pulling. time ago, is getting along iiicrly and STRAUSS' 76"

I the prices very satisfactory.The Next Monday, Aug. 3, is the elec. will soon be able to resume work.
The product of the )[etto Company
I special correspondent of the tion for new trustees of the specialtax Lewis Lang, the all-round sportingman
too will known to requiae any extended "Trje Firjest"FULL fOYA
i New York Packer writing from Or- school district. Everybody in of these wood, who went to 1 I RESERVE
notice from us. The Tropical I
ange City says' that peaches have the district is requested to come and Jacksonville and Atlantic Beach last
Manufacturing Company, which has
been plentiful in market. Pears are vote. week, has returned home and reports QU0RTS
been incorporated with a capital of 4 P6e00\
coming in. Shipments have been The young people of this neighbor having had a fat time.J. DELIVERED elivered3t 50
$50,000 for the purpose of manufacturing -
made to Miami and other points on hood gave an ice cream supper at the E. Stevens, who has::! been assisting -
tropical pineapple, tar and wine ...
the East Gust home of Mr. Buford Leitner's Wednesday Assessor Ayer for several mouths,
from several fruits and vegetables, all
From Bartow the following reports night. It was well attendedand spent Sunday with his parents here.
of which are products'of the Florida III Every bottle of genuine

soil. This consolidation is peculiarly I are sent in: enjoyed. Cleveland Williams, of Ocala, spent

Growers are well] pleased with this Mrs. C. Hurphy is just recoveringafter Sunday with with relatives in this
fitting, since the Metto Company also
season's yield. One enthusiastic far a three week's spell of typhoid section.
uses its principal ingredient another Pabst
mer describes conditions thus: fever. Mrs C. N. McRre, of Palatka, I'I!'
Florida product, the saw palmetto
"Kelsey::! plums turned out very nice. The hardest: wind and hail storm of here on a visit to her mother Mrs.
berry. The office of the company will o
Never such an abundance of LeConte the season! visited this section last Eliza Boyle
in future be located at No. 14 West .
pears Will be cunning and preserving Friday.Mr. Mrs. Henry McQuig has returned
Adams street,. under the personal Blue Ribbonbears
for next two years. Guava cropis James: Milligan, of Anthony, from a visit i to Inglis.
supervision of Mr. Thomas A. Davis,
better than since great fre ze. spent Sunday with friends here. The latest political news here is to
the manager of the Tropical Manufacturing -
I Grape arbors breaking down with Mr. Colbert, of Georgia, kiting the effect that J. T. Lancaster will
Company. Mr. W. C.
I I II loads of grapes. Oranges and grapefruit friends and relative here for a few cross swords with Alfred Ayer for the the trade-mark "Pabst Mil I
Yeistr, who has from the infancy of ,I
freer from rust than ever known. weeks. tax assessor's office.
the Metto Company been at its head, 1Waukee" I
Potato planting being pushed" Mr. Lawrence Halsell, of Brooks- The voters here are anxious:! to knowif
will go on the road for the Tropical in a red circle. In the
A special from fat. Augustine says ville, is recuperating here after a severe Gen Robert Bullock will be a can- J JI
Mauufactueing Company, traveling I
I that many prosperous potato growers attack of malarial fever. didate for governor. Speak out, Gen-
the entire state! in the interest of]I I I j jp
; I s I of Hastings and vicinity instead of NIGHTEGALE.BUrCHTON. eral, so we may know. making of Pabst Beer
3Ittto and the other preparations 1
going to distant resorts to seek relief
manufactured by the company. .
BUSINESS HEX IMERESTED. from the heat are summering in TWO KILLED TWELVE INJURE! The barley is right

t Anastasia inland. This is within a
The Tropical Manufacturing Company The holidays will soon be over for Trolley Car and Freight Mix at Savan
short distance of their homes and has
is composed of the followingwell J school children. nah, Ga. The hops are right
all the delights of a sea side resort. Savannah. Ga., July 30.-A freight
known business men and finan- The people of Blitchtou are up-to-
train of the Seaboard Air Line bound
Families here in
::! are coming large
ciers: numbers. ; date. They are now preparing to for the Hutchinson Island terminals, The water is right

William S. Jordan, president, of I commence building the school house. Tuesday morning crashed into a Savannah .
Good word comes from the Orlando
Madison, Fla., is a banker and capitalist Mr. Strong, of Ocala, in company company's trolley car
pineapple growers. One report says: on the line to Lincoln park 4 miles The plant is rightThat's
and one of the best known and with Miss Gussie Booler, was in our west of the city.
The Smooth Cayenne pineapple sea- .
successful business man in Florida. burg Sunday.Mr. Two negro women, Sue Wilson and
sou has now openedlup, and from this I
Charles Blum, first vice-president, M. L. Armstrong with his Rutnie Anre Cuthbert were instantly why
time on heavy shipments will be made killed and 12 other negroes were in
of Jacksonville, is a leading wholesaler graad children visited Mr. Harrison
by Orlando growers. Borne of the jured two possibly fatally.

and a conservative and thorough Blitch near Morristou Sunday.Mr. The trolley car had 26 passengers,
original growers became dissatisfiedwith
business man, who has made a Guy Blitch, an employee of H. all negroes. Most of them were

phenomenal success in busiaess in prices two years ago and drop- A. Fausett, went to Ocala Monday for sters leturning from the city to hll'k'l

ped out, but the wiser heads held on places. The car stopped upon rht'l iiisIbecrI
that city.J. I dental work.
crossing and the freight train
to their property and inaugurated the
J. Williams, second vicepresident -i I' Willie Marlow spent last week in ed into it.
I sjstem of growing second crops from
of Ocala, Fla., is a well known I the city of WiliHtou. For nearly 150 feet along the track
suckers and now reaping their re the carried
street car was to then be
and popular commercial man, who Miss Laura Freyeruiouth, of York
ward. Prices are good and getting thrown into a ditch, where five of The .
has long been connected with the returned home from a visit to her
better The Benedict Co. sent a car- freight cars; were piled upon '!t.

Armour interests in this state. old borne at this place. The dead and dying h. :mg
lot to Chit-ago hut Friday and others
B. W. Sherry,treasurer, of Jacksonville The wedding bells are ringing. the track from the point \\1",' tin- IS S pure
are getting ready to ship. car was struck to that where it ia>
proprietor of the Duva\ Hotel, aprogressive That's right: ahead "Jesse."
The Packer reporter writing from In the ditch. The Inquest has nol
and widely known business i-> been held.
West Palm Beach says:!: The build- If you want to get a hustle on
man and a successful financier.: There have been no arrests.
iLg of a new passenger and freight yourself, want to have those essential
The crew of the street car declare I F S. : ,
A SHREWD MAXAGEK. called vim and push without a con : \ L. \
d-pot at this point by the Florida : the freight crew was responsible for
tinned unnatural exertion the
i' Thomas A. Davis, secretary and East Coast Railroad will greatly facilitate the accident, while the freight crew
t. organs of the body working like a :
: declare that all signals STRAUSS
were CO.
given &
of Jacksonville
manager, an expert shipments from this: point and oiled of
newly piece achiuery.
and that it was a result of the gross ,
advertising man of long experienceand the improvement is: greatly appreciated Raymond's Treatment of Liver Pills neeligonce of the car men.

, well qualified to make a sueees-, by growers in this section. The and Tonic Pellets supplies the means; Wholesale Dealers
J. Liquor -
r '" of any business where hustle andprogressive freight warehouse will be 2-30x50.)( It they produce no un pleasant sensations, Judge Little Reappointed.

no purging, griping or evil aftereffects Atlanta, July 30.-Governor Terrell)
I advertising plays an will be provided with comfortable
but impart strength and vigor yesterua settled the contest over the OCALA FLA.
important parr, as is the .. with and have
ca e offices the best facilities for from the very beginning of the treat Judgeship ol the city court of Hancockby ,

! this company. handling freight. ment. 25 o complete course 25c.AntiMonopoly reappointing Ju age Frank H. Little, -

: Among the board of directors and Iu a recent issue the Times-Union Drug More mIr. the incumbent Judge Little is one :" --- ;"

of the best known men in his section WHfffi9CREAMVERMIFUGE
t stockholders are such well known gives the following interesting account -- -
cf the state and has many friend WORMS I'
William E. Xix of
D. H. McMillan: .
t men as viee-pre i- of the objects and workings of throughout Georgia who will be glac .

dent of the Consolidated Naval who was one of the fishing party that ol his _
:Stores the Fancy Pineapple Avociatiou : to know reappcintmentWounded u----W---% /N N'S N/\ --- ------o'j"V'J' J W' if-/V>Jx/Xf. .w -
of Jacksonville returned from Lake Weir Friday, I For 20! Years Has Led ail Won Rene, : '
Company and a large This is an organization wholly separate In Peculiar Manner. ", < .

i turjientine operator; R. J. Riles, the from that of Indian river said that three hundred was not an Raleigh X. C., July 30.-A confederate 30ZiZ11Y ALL Datt'l: ttilr I' .

unusual catch of fish there. The soldier named Lawrence the [ zz2r-- JAMES F. ALL, *O, ft, Low j
of the :
jewler best known
one "
and -
numbering, it is said, about sixty rive I v *ww>r ** >W N.
t most popular business men in the at Orlando six Lake is becoming a popular summer latest arrival :at the Soldiers' Home, Is .w.... .....
growers twenty at St. I wounded In a most remarkable Ear --- ----- ---

state; D. P. smith, of New Smyrna, Petersburg, twenty at Tampa and resort. A number of people are there ner. In ISfi a millet entered! at his-

Fla tax collector of VoluMa some in cottages and some in tents. at the left Jaw. He
couuty; twenty at Port Tampa City. There right eye recovered

I ot course, losing the sight of that!
H. H. editor
McCreary, of the Gainesville I are about 30 growers at Punta Gorda, A.R.Hass, of Morgantown, Ind., had .
eye, and re-entered the service. Th
Sun and state senator for .\laeh.us. but they belong to a local league. to get up ten or twelve: times in the following year he was again wounded,

county; D. E. Thompson, general The officers of the above are O. D. night,and had a severe backache and this time the bullet entering the right tL a f
1 manager of the St.: Augustine Wetherell, president" Tampa; E. F. pains in the kidney. Was:! cured by eye thus exactly reversing the pre t t WHY \ ,

Record Company ; George T. Hodgson Sperry, vice president, Orlando; W. Foley's Kidney Cure. Pot like Drug vious wound. ,,.;

of Athens, Ga., southern manager D. Straub secretary, St. Petersburg.Their Store. m Steamers Collide; One Sinks. r,'r' neCeaat Don't; Do It. (tie Darleofaa

I of the New York Life Insurance Jack nvllgents are J. S. The "News-: Carrier"- is the name of a I i Plymouth, July :CO: .-The British HERBINE

Company; L. A. Fraliegh, cashier of Arnold & Sons, with a branch at I third-class cruiser Meiampus: collided!
new newspaper recently established tonrrCTtadmiiif5Og- .. ,,., a
the bank of Madison; A. H. West, of Cincinnati.The in this with and sank the British steamer .w u .
city by prominent colored Kuperra, off the Lizard last night. The

Madison, who is also largely interested shipping scheme w planned to people. Rev. J. W. Dukes and Ret crew of the Ruperra were saved. The w boats. AN a e.MYt

throughout the state; whose name I economize on rates, since the acreageof J. H. Brown, M. D., are the publishers i damage sustained by the Meiampus

ir synonymous with stability, the will necessitate her laying for re
progress association is not great enoughto and C. H. Stewart is the city up ,

and I>uc/eiin, the business world' maw trainloads. The pairs. .
growers rates J j I editor.


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Big Vessel For Turkish Navy Launched ly y1
at Philadelphia. Mexican Prospectors Said To Have WITH A LAME BACK ?

Philadelphia July 27.-Tha cruiser Beer Slain and Eaten.

Madjidia, built for the Turkish navy Tucson Ariz., July 27.-A party of Kidney Trouble Hakes You Mkmtle. i

was successfully launched from the mining men from this! city returningfrom
FE1U'Ii Almost everybody who read tfc* ..w-.
TO DECEASED POPE. Cramp's shipyard in this city today to Guayamas, report the arrival ofa papers is sure to Know of the wesdt+rtl s

r the presence of a large audience. : .i.iOur detachment! of Mexicans: with six i I I IL___.II I cures nude by Dr. #

In 1900 Ahmed Pasta chief engineer prisoners! from Tiburon island. The I II I Kllmer.sSWampI -..... a

of the Ottoman navy, came to this country I fnJians are charged with murder and (!I i \ 'l I the great kidney IIMui '
i i I l\ 1 and bladder retaody.
for the purpose of examining the cannibalism.
It is the great rtitsit.
American system of naval construe- A party Mexican prospectors who I \g callnumpb 01 the i....

tjon. As a result of this investigation money winning books. landed on the island two weeka ago :( teenth century. ...

in State Ceremonies are at an the Turkish government contracted written by men who know, tell are said to have been captured and ]1.1\1 II.t il,1j l covered scientific after y.MS II

Lyiqg ) with the Cramp Shipbuilding company you all aboutPota.sh killed and partly eaten by the Indians. Dr. Kilmer march the _fey i

for construction of the Med- ij .
the I" The Mexican government sent a puni- nent kidiM? and bfcU

Jldia; which Is of the protected cruiser tive expedition to the Island. The soldiers -I --- der speeUHa. and IB

type. had a fight with the Indians and I. wonderfully successful in promptly ewtof 1

EQd.c The general dimensions and characteristics according to the story from Cuayamas, lame back, kidney. bladder uric acid wens, x
They are needed by every man i bes! and Disease which UM
Blight's ; u weet
of the vessel are a* follows: who owns a field and a plow, and killed a number and captured sis, who
form of kidney trouble.Dr. .
Length on load line 330 feet; beam, of who them.desires to get the most out are now in prison at Guayam&a. I Kilmer's Swamp-Root u not ....

extreme, 42 feet; draft, mean, 16 feet; The Indians are described as large, ommended everything but if you iMwhtf.Gey. .
They are/r' Send postal card,
displacement 3.300 tons; speed, 2: strong, of dark complexion and wearing I liver or bladder trouble It will be ....
GERM t\ KALI WORKS! the need. It has beN.....
knots. \an.sa'tort! >ew Tort long hair. just remedy you
in so many ways in hospital work ._ priMW
The armament consists of two 6-lnch .
.':- :-' .. .- "" practice, atr ng the helpless too poor to pw
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RECEPTION BY SACRED COLLEGE, ; rapid fire guns, 43 caliber long; eight Tragedy in a Barroom. i iK chase relief! and has proved, so mrmsaful ta t

I I 4.7 rapid fire guns 50 calibers; six 3- GEORGIA LEGISLATURE. OX\'ille. Tenn., July 27.-At LafolIrtte. every case that a special arrange.meal |Iwt 3

pounder rapid fire guns, 54 calibers; Tenn., Jerry Jarnigaa, former I been made by which all readers: of IWI paper i

six 7-pounder rapid fire guns, 50 calibers i Convict Bill I. Carried Ov.r Until Next who have not already tried It, may km a
sheriff Granger but traveling
county, -
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a tot
; one 34nch field goo; two torpedo Tuesday. representative for a local brewery telling more about Swam -Roct and how U 4 P

tubes for 14-iaca WhitsheaJ torpe Atlanta, July 25.-The whole coo was shot and killed in W. C. fr.idcat if you have kidney or bladder: trouMt.

flljole Diplomatic) Body Accredited to the Vatican does.Using rict question goes over until Tueday Smlth'i saloon. He killed Smith's 1.I I When wri'.ing. mention reading this f-Mrous
} the standard rates of firing offer in th:
of next week. This time the resolution son and fatally injured Smith by shootIng i paper f

( Assertbled in the Hall of the ConsistoryEight for guns of the caliber: given the toal postponing the question came them before he fell. Tfie row was i send Dr. Kilmer your &address Co_, .
) discharge: of all guns in one minute I
from Mr. Sneed. of Taylor the author over an account. Jarnigan was cue hamton. N. Y.

woinj be 3,000 pounds. The maximum ot the bill now before the house, and of the best known ITI io tbf.-cumin i .fff"lar fifty cent and 0-..tt..Ir

I 4 Thousand Viewed Remains thickness of the protected deck over .Mr. Felder, of Bibb, leader of the opposition iI I doihr =vt3 are sold by all good dr1Ift'IIs. i

the space occupied by the engines and .
readily assented.Mr.
boilers is 4 teches. Otherwise the t
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-" Steed's reason: for postponing
the stroke of TT* rf tM. vessel is unarmored with the exception j. A. PITTMAN E. P. PITIMIN
ton I
Jttm. July I Cardinal Oregna, wno hd.: afis consideration of the question was the I
the of the conning tower and tube leading
sAur u the noon gun from cal he fust 1m. brought! his declaration! .,! absence of many members of the

ft of 81 Atgelo was fired the lying having: received the ring from the to .the protected deck. Each of the house. He thought the questionshould
larger guns is provided with a shield PITTMAN & SON'SFURNITURE
fc |Ule of tie body of l'otJe iuial: charrierlain, all written out be considered before as full a I
those fe- for the protection of its crew.
came: quietly to an end and had to put it back in his pocket house as it is possible to have, thoughhe
The vessel is provided with a strongram l
she still lingered! it the gates ot M.r. Bisletti can give no indicationas said he was willing for a vote to
at the bow strengthened by the
tUit & $L liters were ordered tot to the robber. The theft mnst hara De taken at once if the house desiredit
protective deck, which forms an Integral -
| &'., wad fome 200 or 3oo persons, taken place between the day of the His resolution was passed withoutobjection I
part of the ram. The engines are
mrlll4al Cardinal Ga=ens, who death of the pope and the morning of and the substitute
two in number of the inverted triple
.4 it yuchlin just In time, passed the following day when Cardinal Ore- amendments were ordered printed for

leek: out of St IVters. into the sun- glia officially certified to his death. expansion type, driving twin screws. ; the benefit of the members.The .
These engines will be capable of developing I
:It fUll a&i tbe world s last fare- During this time a large number of upwards of 12,000 Indicated ; Steed bill and amendments will ANNOUNCEMENT I

IIU tll the ,wt pope was over. persons entered the death chamber.Tne I be taken uy Tuesday immediately after -
horse power. The boilers are of the
Ta mtfiutt Ut sr Jtal-aa infantryU4 disappearance of the ring has the reading of the journal! and un-

(tauarm.d toured out oi the caused a tremendous sensation at the improved There will Xiclausse be type.complete hospital. tier this resolution the debate will be Having purchased the entire stock of the Broadway Furuitaw f

$&Mttea l and pried up oa the steps in Vatican, where it is the sole subjectof on the ship and special a attention has foncuiied! ,at 11 o'clock, when the previous Company of this city we are now prepared tll .olio\\ to the pubtte I

1Lpoalai, array Tne outer gates were conversation.In i quetl.J1l11: ; be called! and theve of )[arion and adjoining counties the largest and must varied .IOM i
seen given to
"* (1N truer,1 abU itv- body of the late the meantime: in the certificate of c= tea: !bill:!! and amendments will of Furniture ever seen here. (On quite a number of articles .| I

fey, lal left tn the tender care ofvao death of Leo XIII all allusion to recefv- ON SANTA FE. bo coiu.-iu.ied: oeiore 1 o'clock. The! which we now have an over-supply we can give lower prim than

ths had watched by Leo XiPrcpantiont > ing the ring has been suppressed. I Ir.-licdt.cn;; a/e, therefore that the the same goods have ever been sold for in Ocala. If }ouarffi f

.U h4 aft'tln Friends of :Mgr. Bisletti hope that I All the Shop Men on the S/stem May L." of: jut, .IJ3 Will he Sttt'Ai: SJ Ula need of anything in this line )",'u11 do well to oc,me and he.- iw.W f

for Interment when the seals!: are removed from the De Ordered Out. : the Lute is CO'ler'leJ' TU-JS

n. pr.'iMtratli for this evenins'3 cabinets of the late pope th ertag will La Junta. Colo.. July 27.-General day.
iIMrJrt acre immediately roalIDt'nc'It be found in one of them but very lit. Manager Mudge, I In the Senate.
Wbtle the belle of the Basilica tip confidence is felt The ring should been unsuccessful in settling the strikein I. .

rest nut truer all) melodious anoneltirea never have left the pope's hand and the shops here. He offered: to take. The senate passed: unanimously: he AT SUMMER PRICES ft
bul the of the .
am-'n-iag city
the troop formed In columns denies touched it. the men back to work Individually but
everyone refused by the cf Atlanta in respect to the election \ can supply you with Water (C.I.-I i :tt 7"< 'CTtt: 1.IIJ-
man-bed to the barr.1cks.'htir the proposition was
1M l.'fe
of members of the police board; and and they're worth twice the Int ut'v. In Id we ciii NI\'OQ I,
aitturu- incursion io'p Vatican WALL STREET ON TENSION. men after the matter had been discussed .
regulating the term of office of members money ou Furuiture of all !ktr.d.-v!: Let u-- iuoteou! IJrict'''''
tMrt'o/y ended without the tlightestbtttioa in meeting. i

t" Recent Falur! -s Caused Flurry In the Vice President Wilson,, of the ra'chinsts' of the force. This is the hill pre OLD BAZAR BUllDIr.GOCALA. : FLORIDA. ,
: pared by the city attorney upon instructions I
union! is here from Pueblo
It U: fettrnifM\ that So.iHtO peap'.t- Great Fmar.eia Center.

*.d tile catafalque since Thursday Wall began and he is credited with saying that of the council ___ __ ___, i
$ No- York, JUlY 27.- street
.... Thf Ut funeral mass in unless some settlement Is reached immediately Governor Terrell yesterday sent to
.1. : business today with much antiety.testeria's f
the senate the'nomination of Hon. A.
all the shopmen on the system J. F. EDWARDS'BIG
two failrres: : and fears D. Gale be judge of the city courtof
morn't I will be ordered out. The strikers to
of mote to come had worked the streetup I
Brunswick. This nomination putsan
Pearl ,a. cflei.iated his morning insist that they shall be returnedto I
ti> a high nervous tension. Brok WHISKEY HOUSE
end to a lively three-cornered: con
their in body. The
positions a
m 1M rUpel of the choir by Mgr late ,
ers and their clerks worked until
test that! has been waged with Judge
of vatican Basilica.! strike originated In a demand= for a 0f
ruky fuun the last night! and in some instances all
regular pay day. Men tent here by Gale Hon. Ctourtland Symmes and Gainesville and Ocala. Fla. I In
i! tic same tm! funeral masses were night issuing calls to their customers
Hon. R. D. Meador the aspirants.The .
the to take places of the! strikers as
wMrital to mutt of the churches o? for additional margins. company : ,: t
contest has attracted much interest
have declined to work after being 1
RUM. The attendance on the floor of the in Brunswick. = i
acquainted with the situation. "J
MaQn.fieent Ceremony. esch-iiiJ wai unusually large for a The senate is well up with its work. i I
"e iwwt Iml'! .acing ceremony today ..
midsummer Saturday session.
:: TRAGEDY IN TENNESSEE. Yesterday it passed the bill of Senator I !
I IK the rc )ton; by the satreJ colK 1- '
for Americans in were generally
' 1 -- Smith giving street railroad; companies .. : 1
1 U the hall of the consistory oi : I
better and helped to impart steadiness 3 t
Assassination Occurs at HuntingdonOver the authority to take up and remove = \

t1e koV diplomatic body accrediteta to the local market at the opening Domestic Affairs. their tracks by permission of :- .Fa:. i jutt I I
tat vatican All the diplomats : !
but gains here were not up to Xashvlile. Tenn.,'July 27.-A specialto the city authorities! where the line is -::. I
role forgwiui uniforms and the car. London. Orders! to ? :3 I ,;
those made in Tha Banner from Huntingdon! says: in the country outside the! city. : 7 "ao \! t!
tiaiN bad on their magnificent violet buy the standard railroad stocks were ; r C3 ii
L. Butler assassinated las r _
J. was
0 i r *; )
robes lJt'atIn
huge arm-
and were -
brokers taking
distributed so-called
fe Under
we t John Slayer cf'v : : I : {
night and suspicion rests upon ... .-
Hkirt, aovordinj to rUht of prece blocks of New York Central A; Carrollton Ga., July 27.Robert 1-- I f
W. Sniithson. as being the guilty par-
ty. '
M MiMlni rAnti. of the diplouc .
dean to buy at declines The representative Butler farm. and the Killing is the result part of the county, has been atreiieJ -:: t

corps' was at the head of the I of a leading western house of trouble over domestic affairs. : at Franklin, in Heard county, f

My IU advanced and delivered aaIn was reported to have purchased moderately He had gone down the river 25 miles :;
...... French expressing the sor- There was Smithson was recently married to a I'.t t)1r.t\I1LL LR' BLS ii IHIK: ; Id i
of the Grangers. young woman and is alleged to havp from tie scene of his crime in a rnat.He I _
,fir of all the '\ efi at the death of
po investment
also some buying of an wife and family living in Arkansas. was almost naked having) on only FINE WINE WiEltsKIEti and BRL?( I
hqo Leo who bad acquired the unlffHl : steadied off by
character. The list Carrollton officers have
I'I Butler was in trouble several years a shirt. gone MytiooRyeorBourbou a;. I1' '- ">lv {4 oc Ga; atMv .. *,. "
M w. of the world. the end of the half ,,, M/ N'l .: "
hour for killing a man named Moody, for him. 1 w >"iOUt lug Cote.t t
Car.!tall Or llIa. dean of the college ago -.-- - ,;5o iso My tsoMy W t i Da'w41in. e1. t
but was acquitted. Both men are .. My r
i 300 300
et e rdtBal*. TOM and answered In Coal Lands$ Change Hands. Alabama Editors In Chicago. ;.oo Gin at .-- l75 y- ..
connected aa-i My 1.00
prominent arid highly ,
tUuu He thanked the diplomats Birmingham Ala., July 25.-Deeds Chicago, July 27.-The Alabama My gw _.-. 2- My New ; sum at..

!. th aIDe of the sacred college; fort have been filed in the probate court the killing has created great excitement Press association arrived in Chicago The Jus and Keg Trade llartc n Si cUl trIli ii e
Bloodhounds have been placed fI
part all the governments had taken. for coal lands passing from the Loul- last night on their return trip from In sending your orders always send enough to cover the co.t ot iu(e. HafaiMl itch I
on the track of the assassins. lug. l5C>*aUoniug,25c3-galpnjug,35c, kegs fl.I i
Ja ;
tU of the church. He Nashville Railroad \ tf"
aournlnj villa-- and- : > Canada. The association will leave sell more whiskey and better keythan any hous ID Fiondabecu.rIgw* 1,11

fto iMi, I\pe Leo aDd hU work dur Pratt Coal company: value 53,000.: TLj Saturday night in a special train for est goods and full measure, ." .
Soufrlere Volcano Again Active. A malorder wilt convince von thai"we are thepeoulc Tenntonh itbt> ar<> t.
tat his long pontificate, and ended property lies in the weslenl part ol the south. ttours.aniionstoniece.
Kingston, St Vincent, July 21..Th3: 3' F. EDWARD.Come .
.tU prits1nii hope that god wi! the county and the Pratt company has
Soufriere volcano has been slightly
I |l.. the! church a worthy successor to already started development on it arl Inspector Shea Is Dead. ------ -- --
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agitated since July 19, emitting puffs
t'! Uu XIII.Anrr the railroad company will build a Uzt Chicago, Judy 27.-Inspector John ;D
intermittently which cause electrified AI\IVv IV
L thj! the diplomatic body kiss- .." .utav tn the Dtoperty.
She!}. 60 years; old, tor many years a
clouds and low rumblings. A
\, .* severe !
tl* hantlc of all the cardinals and
member of the Chicago police force.
1 earthquake shock was felt at 1:40 a.m. .
eepeciay!: pongratulated Cardinal Ore- Husband.: Slays Ycung Wife. H ''.''! Tuesday accompanied by a suhtei'ranean ,
the OB tie sentiments he had express Carrollton, Ga., July 25.-Robert during the world's fair.
of which
sound cracking, shoot -
-' N. aa-1 which i produced the best of trim Smith, a young farmer near Whites .. -- I
tbc buildings here and thre the pope )
Ireeafua. hurg, in this county shot and killed Short Great Men.
lace into: a state of consternation fear* ForShoes0
his young wife Thursday afternon athis I Oliver Cromwell Claverhouse! and

VATICAN GREATLY EXCITED. home, four bullets taking elect lug that a disastrous! : phenomena would :\Iebt>met All must be content to tar: !
follow this earthquake, similar to that --
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Officers are after him. Smith is saidto it out in brains, for they all lacktd

Hlitwlc Fitherman's Rinj Worn by have whipped his wife Wednesday of July 17 1902 which preceded the l11ch il. Two of these great names n.itnraily We have the best line of Cheap ail M-dtun.

Pope Mysteriously eruption of Sept 3, 1902. that of auol.tT: famous,
Disappears. suggest
and waylaid and shot her while returning Grade Shoes handled in Ocala. and vu- guarantee I
heir York.. July 27.-The Herald'3. '- soldier and usurper. NapvUrn Bou.i-
from her father's home. Served In Army 64 ars. solid leather. i
amtie forrt' "oa Jent cables the fol1 w.Ita parte. Le petit corporal, as his men every pair "
----- Charleston, S. C., July 27.-Sergeant called stood about the back if I
< : lovingly him Your money <-n any purchase you
Woman Prisoner Recapture James Co&uon the oldest soldier in
The ring! nf the fisherman whic; feet iFrench) in his stockings; say ;5 it '
Detroit Mica., July ?.-Mrs. Ellen the United States army in active ser feet li in English. In stature the Ir"u want

of hate. teen found on the hand McKee, who escaped from Sandwich vice died suddenly at hi* residencein Duke beat him by about six inches SHOE co.
k ,
tn> 't. f
has It Is
dlsappewed. jail night before last t>? climbing overa this city Friday. For the past 18 while the ;5 foo't'tI: of Nelsuu place him CHAMBERS
t1 _'
1 its material
k"d tuestion of
15-foot stone wall with a J ook made years he has been on duty at the South midway or thereabouts! between the

M ot t I') 'r.'' I .ask i value, for the ring from a water pail was captured today. Carolina Military academy as drum ricror and the victim of W terloo. iisi.1 door from corner Op-nt l1 t-e B tn-k, ( >.'jSit. 1 la. i

N rt' :a=*., I Ian u used to seal the }
I Mrs. McKee was wanted in Ireland tot mer. Captain Condon was 74 years
F1pii, '. .- icd the outwar"-
is sign the alleged embezzlement of $!.soft old. He was born in Quebec, Canada. -

Nips a'.tu'v af the pope. -while postmistress of Tubbermorea, a : He enlisted as a drummer boy Jery Burnett ---- t ti
ti! <- car Ena1 camerlingo cer-
suourb of Dublin when he was lu years old. He had i

.N thelevti ot a poise he receives .1 long since passed the age for retire- Merchant Seed Store iIs
** rir.i (>: th o fisherman from the Cures Sciatic. The Ocala i
I E.ent but refused a pension, deeming
*.B'r :.iu .r! hit holiness. It is rheaMItoe4 Rev. W. L. lUl y. L. L. D., Cuba able active
himself to perform duty.
iu tne presence ot tne cart Sew York, writt"S'I.\fterfifteeu daysof Tailoring. the t'p-To.Date Concern of this city tad will f fbe

..... the Uhf meeting of the sal excruciating pain from sciatic rheu- Many Killed By Heat ; its in t
customers pork
tult't'! glad to serve any way .
held after the pope's matiim, under various treatments Buda Pest July 27.-Advices from

..... I was induced to try Ballard's snow I Herzegovina say that during a maneuver Ocala, Florida. If we don't carry in our line what you want ml i ito

lilt .hf'u Cardinal Oreglia the pres- Liniment, the fist applicaton givingme march: of an infantry regiment last Finest Imported and for it and we will get it for you no J JI
itX us anyway
eamet'ingo. had certified first relief, and the second, entire : I
: to the Monday 450 men were the victims of Domestic Cloths. .

I drab of tt"u XIII. Mgr Bislettl. was a relief. I can give it unqualified recommendation. i. the! extraordinary heat; that 19 died Cuttinga: Sf ecialty I matter what it may be. i

11 Jltl to the An-
deepest and had 25o,50eaudl.00at
and 40 more f a expected to i to U9It! that the ring, had disappear. Monopoly Drug Store ru J I Fits Guaranteed. BAXTER CARN Manager.

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Hun! rds of Credulous VAimen: Fall ITPeD.I

CIUDED BOLIVAR FELL I AT COAL CITY, GA : Victirrs to Same. I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. A I'1l on every
:;ev York, July 27.-Hundreds o:
# i I Seven Mffioa boxes sold in 12 (9. cQ' bane
I credulous women in this city and post months. This Signature, : 25C.
Second Officer In Command of Guards Fired Upon the Ring throughout tie: country have been tak--

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Fort Proved Traitor.HE leaders. \en in by the ingenious swindle -
lauunched on a gigantic scale and just --
IIitllll ccErw ...w......., .J

-- was mulcted to the extent of from ito

Afterward Turned Gun on the Rebels At the Dade Coal Mines, About Fifty I f 25. the sums aggregating many The; Old Stand: ,

thousands of dollars. The fraud was
and Surrendered to the Government Miles From Chattanooga, Convicts I
perpetrated under the name of a '
Forces-More than a Thousand Men Defy Authorities and Considerable I league of women the alleged objects of Grove Tasteless:!t Chill Tonic

Killed In Engagement.ew Trouble Results. which are woman suffrage, national
York. July '21.-A.ccording- Atlanta July 27.-X additional temperance etc. Owing to the similarity has stood the fci : :.35!
of the name with that of a well : ; :) years. Average annual sales
stories brought here by the French formation has been received this morning

warship JoulYre). cables the Port of at the office of the state prison ing known victlas organization was easy.Advertisements the. work of went I over One and a J i.r' : I L'roa: bottles Does this record

Spain correspondent of The Herald the commission regarding the mutiny of
Ciudad Bolivar and the de minesat I were published here | of merit appeal t. .y ? No Cure No
capture of the 125 convicts of the Dade coal early in June for local secretaries to J } ; Pay. SOc.

feat of the revolutionists was great Coal City, Ga., 50 miles south of whom a salary of $600 yearly was offered ft Enclosed with every Settle f > f .l't: ;: acf CXOVE'S :BLACK ROOT LJVM Mu.4.FEEN .
ly facilitated. by the treachery of the Chattanooga last night, in which 1taas Those who answered were the 2 : .4" ".', c.AstY-" .

aerond officer: iu command of the fort reported that two of the convictshad recipient! of glowing letters and finally

lie i* said have have shot the commanding been shot received checks for f25 to pay the --

officer turned the guns on The names of the convicts who were expense of a trip to Detroit The
the rebels and surrendered to the government known entirely by their prison numbers Intending secretary was warned thatthe

lorces. It Is estimated that hAve not yet been learned, but it reduced rates of fare could b8 te-

1.300 men were killed and wounded U known that the men were ringleaders cured by sending flo to an alleged HILL RYE.THAT

during the fighting. of th. bend who had barricaded passenger agent in Cleveland within .

themselves In the shaft of the mine. Cirae days. The check were hurriedly

LONG STANDING LITIGATIONOver It li said that the guards were forcedto cashed la almost every instaaci
tire on th. men on account of the And CAme back protested. The Tfom -

$16,000,000 Estate SettledRecalls menacing and threatening attitude of : was then out (15 good money,

Startling Yachting Accident. the convicts. It Is learned that the which presumably foil into the han33 I
New York July 27.-One of the most shooting of tin two prisoners may result of the swindlers in Cleveland./ H. ROSENTHAL & SONS. Distillers, Cincinnati, 0.

startling accidents in the history of fatally.It .

yachting around New York has been I is possible that the convicts have STRAUSS & CO. Distributore Off
recalled by the appelate division/ which I Ihas planned such a mutiny and may &*". Brutally Tortured.A fIlL

banded! down a decision: settling secreted food In the mines and can care came to light that for perist-

the long-stamiing litigation over the I withstand a &ege} for some time. As ent and unmerciful torture has per

the print goods manufacturer, who mine is through the mouth of the mIne. bick of Colusa, Cal., writes. "For 15 -- I r -
with his wife his; brrother-in-law and the prisoners are powerless without years I endured insufferable pain from II

a guest was drowned by the capsizing arms, and It may be that the men will rheumaism and relieved
nothing me
of his yacht the Mohawk, in the harbor have to be forced to surrender by though I tried everything known. I !;: Remember ROLLII5] \::01.L1.f
July 20, 1876. The estate is di' Btarvation. ;
' came across Electric Bitters and it's
Tided among three daughters ifar- Toe coal) company has a strong bar- :
the medicine earth for that
i greatest on ,
guise DeBreteail. Lady Gordon Gumming ricade around their property, which is :11 I irnurE4iu:6Ft&/; : ocrow> i .0
troube. A lew bottles of it completely i ;: I: I
and Countess Leon DeMoltlcaHnltfeldt. securely guarded and there is hardlya i
releved and cured Just as gcod 1'1 --- .. .
me. -
The ccurt set aside part of chance for the men to overpowerthe l' ITp CAN sell you the j:Its!: i, -- ---
Liver and Kidney troubles and (
the will because of the death of Mrs. guards, unless supplied: with weapons : ..
enearal debility. Only 50c. Satisfaction smallest article or a !!'I ; Al1I10UJ1Cement :
Gamer and divided the estate according to make an attack. '
to the remaining provisions of the The coal mines are the property of guarantee by Anti-Monopoly ;', 'jI .
Drug tStore. Tydinga & Co. m ; carload of anything pertaining I! The following department are opwi far ..... ..-
document the Georgia Iron and Coal company.
Garner at the time of his death The representative of the company -- -- -- ---- to Hardware, Iron :' Mttt-w. :::.;.w'i"aN- __ i

was the most extensive manufacturer: in this city has received! no information War on Jersey Mosquitoes.New I :re".it :Simon :i1f/0l. lei Ii.... .. 1111 ITa.

at print goods in the country His in regard: to the mutiny up to York July 21.Another step I I Pipe, Xails, Powder, Dynamite ::\:::::: S::\ cf riie A... 3eitlrMnl l. ntuath *fcteetru.The see'
has been taken in the war on. the !
wife was; M'.es! M-rcielti Thome de- not1n today further than the d19' mos. Lime, Cement Stoves. '. ---- ---.- -. --, -
I quite in New Jersey. Representatives j I : --- -- -- -- -
liI'.e.ndant of an oia southern family. patches received! by tM prison commission .tjTWENTV .I'j ..
trustees aIUIOI'ace at ptes.de.t.t the t-
of 21 pities and towns --- o.Uepr at a meeting .
j j
I I\ last night. tn Newark have j D. D .resigned Rev WtltUv fntmtM HK*... t', -
GUESTS HAVE NARROW ESCAPE. ;{i Chairman J. S Turner, of the state formed an organiza- i I i .FIVECAR; :, Bswaii"nd Profrsor.,f teck>h..T In V.boftvmty t'Mw.a.ty f-- i

i iWmnwrcial I prison commission, left here today for tion to be known as the conference ] LOADS IN OUR : !' prolnMuntanr! mMmctar Afl! mgls_ tnsr ,
committee: on mosquito extermination ,
Hjtel at Nashville Partially I the scene of the mutiny add will take i r __
Tae object, as set forth, is to rid New i ,V APFHOCSESB&iD
I Cestroyed by Fire. charge of the mines until order has

...hvil e. Tran.. July 27.-The Comm I been restored. It is understood that Jersey of the mosquito both of the i i ., ---. ----- ---- W. P. BLJKXK4KFIT! .: t It! .
marsh-breeding and malarial \"a'rit'Ues.i -
Fdai hotel was badly damanged bAre > I he trill make an official investigationand -
at early hour this morning and will in behalf of the Practically' work, will begin at once -----,------- .-. ---.
aa ,1 j jtfce act prison
and remedial legislation vigorously :
rear end of the building was com- !, commission. : 8& RDWm [ ,
pushed later on.Repuisiva I !
pk ely wrecked. All of the guests State Deputy Warden Moore left for I -- .- -- ,-- -_. --

were rescued and some ;of them with Coal City last night. Features. : Gainesville, Florida.BTHrCC i
dif cuity. One guest ran down the I !
--- -- J un .Ap! atiot
Blackhead faced
i pimples, greasy: ------ }
stairs clad in an undershirt and on WILL NOT WALK! OUT. I --
the way rescued a woman who had I I I and muddy faces, complexions uhich j ---.-------- ,, On Kc.innir Tn-i *. I ..

faisted. A mother and her 5-days-old; Fight of Bookbinders' Union at Washington are so common among women, t'fpft. i ,

baby were nearly suffocated when rescued D. C. ially girlsat a certain atedestroyilru I .ill
by the ,firemen. I Washington, July 27-The Bookbind! I Air t FRUIT

The fire is supposed to have started I ers' union which has been fighting i it.1e t-rauty disfiguring: and makiu rei i; :--t 4 FU[[ II I PERUVIAtJ AN0VINE MANURE(

from a lighted cigar or pipe that was'' reinstatement of W A. Miller, thai i puiaive, features which would other1WUH I! :

lett In a'coat belonging to a waiter.; assistant foreman In the government I appear attractive and relinnl.in- '!' 'e Ai

Tie loss I is estimated at $7,000 and printing office who was dismissed because j dicativo that the liver is out of or-'ler. I! i A High Grade. Natural fiuau. I' < mmia j l.ntntl\ \1'
le fully covered by insurance. The of his expulsion rem the union [
An occasional dots t f Herl'ine will i i I
building was occupied alternately during and later ordered reinstated under an i ; II Forms of 1111)hUrlC" A. lit
clen-e the bowels!! regulate the liver II I
the war by confederate and federal xecutiive order, has abandoned any
soldiers and was at one time theneiiqusrters intention of walking out in case Miller and so establish a clear, healthy corn- I
of General J. C. Davis, resumes work. This is the situation plection. 5hc< at Anti Monopoly Drug I I end for our new bm-k.---

of lad., who killed General "Bull" Nelson today. Store. m I I "
In Louisville. President Tatum. of the International i War Rumors Unconnrmeo.:: "Ideal Fertilizers" and "Florida Or.","

The building is owned by President Brotherhood< of Bookbinders is now Paris, July 27.-The Associated : l2j.I

Keith, of the Fourth National bank, enroute here from Chicago to advise Press learns that the dispatches r. !
uJ will be reconstructed. with the local leaders. The latter celved at the foreign office here from | WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMMY

have decided to abide by the decisionof Tokio and St Petersburg do not contain ,

Cotton Corner Hurts Britain. the public pT1nteand avoid any any confirmation of the reports /' I I II J.'( li U% I.I.rM I I.llltllM.

London: July 27.-Replying to a clash with the government. Milleras published! in London and Paris papers :, i I I I
expected to report for duty this! warlike!: OCALA SEED STORE ACENTS.
of Russia
Question In the house of commons General regarding preparations '' -
Balfour president of the board morning but failed to appear and now {and Japan On the contrary yv.vcms. J:D.-\L.J.0 I .
of trade said 700 cotton factories in Is not expected to report before Mon taey continue to indicate as they did I ,... \ --

Lancashire were working on short time day. ten days ao that the relations between I JAS.M.GRAHAM, President. 1,1 \\ .t !Iw

and that 360,000 operatives were af Steamship Companies at Outs. I the two governments are stImproving I !i

fected. This was due to the difriCUI'I' San Francisco, July 27.-The Examiner : ; .I E. BLUM & COMPANY, I
ty tn securing raw cotton. says that the Pacific Hail company Cholera Infantum. II i I The First National Bank

don of cotton growing in the British has made an offer to one of Its This ha long been regarded liS one of I I

niBire, In order to create a supply outside customers it had recently lost in con-1 the most dangerous and fatal disease to 517 and 519 \V. Bay Ft.; I OF GAINEM ILLE.

that of the southern states of sequence of the freight war now going which infants are subject. It can be : II I i

America was receiving careful consideration j on between the big steamship compa- I cured however, when properly treated. i' I

and the board of trade wa j! nles plying between this port and the All that is necesarry is to give Cham- | Jacksonville, fla The Only Chartered Bank in AIta... C....

prepared to give any practicable help i I Orient to accept 60 per cent less than berlain's Colic Cholera and Dirrhoea i iI
to those interested in the I I II
I its former charges if the business at I Remedy and caster oil, a.s directed {I Capital. . . . . . . . . . 'II". i
the firm were restored to it with each bottle, and a cure is cerain. i i Surplus and Undivided Profits . . .tI .

NAVAL STORES MEN HAPPY. I between Open hostilities the Pacific have Mall been declared For sale by AnU-Monopoly Drug j i Does exclusively a banking UIIBstatr. *-., with fIN'h.... ,"t" h' uty taxi II"

company and. Store. m Solicta the accounts' of Farwt.ttt, JI...*..... i rrp.rr i,....
Rise In Price of Spirits Causes Better II the China Commercial Steamship company Judge and Jury at Outs. | Etc. Interest all ,\\(it hv.l-'ct.i.rraa.s..... All: hl..HI...a
and heavy reductions in freight trlll1."tol..t
Feeling at Savannah. l'rHlIJptJ,
Chattanooga, Tenn., July 27.-The
Savannah Ga., July 27.-Savannah charges have resulted. At first a decrease 10-17 H E: r \ \ : ..*-
Jury in the celebrated "vVhiteside will:
naval stores Interests of 20 per cent was announce
are Jubilant
over case, which has been out three days i -
the price reached by spirits Friday. I by the Pacific Mail company then a Seeds
without reaching an agreement is now
The notch 50 I little later 35 per cent and finally .
was cents, which, air ptsntrl M fr.rmer
compared with the same time last I comes the alleged offer to accept The at cross latter purposes declares with that Judge he will Allison.hold': 11 age p-tv I"l/'Il..nrr u.1w.nt a'.It.r Rri 'ra I tp.rat ..........................
the record is 7 j freight at a cut of 60 per cent owing pa:
sear year, cents hIgher. j until it decides the ', 'C'H''I' uld
to the of the the jury case. The j /1/ .'tlilllJlW11TJ' All
competition new line.
The advance has been j
steady for I claim that I desl.rt 1904 !geed hanl
Jurymen they cannot reach .
some week, and the I p".1 r..o..a Dr. aria READ
present season i i
j CO.
a decision. i iMcIVER D. M. FERRY 4 I
may run as high as last year when I PASSENGERS' NARROW ESCAPE. --. I II Detroit, M ch. I
sales were made high in the sixties. II I '.,
.. Continued light receipts and active Open Ewitch Causes Train to Crash I jI I
-- -- The
demands from all sources are respon Into Cars on Siding. : I

sible. Operators are growing rich Louisville Ky.. July 27.-Over 100 and ALlOLtIi iI I i T. MURPHY : -
and factors are sharing their prosper. passengers on the Lexington and Atlanta i I .

ity. flyer of the Southern railway : I REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATES .
which left this city at 7:15: o'clock DAILY AND l'D.V
Contest Over Will. last night for Atlanta had I'j and Iro Wor I One MonthThree JIDIIUoIe raW I .
Los Angeles Cal., July 27. The narrow escapes I Macljine >) s. MJa tk*. pI.e Pets '". ,M
Sa- .
from death at Tuckers a small j II six: Months, pus..a..... ....
Charles family of Boston I One Year
was giv- station 17 miles south of Louisville. I I ptIIIq.e p4,4

en the verdict by the jury in the A switch was thrown open at that ]: I ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EMTIOM |1 M A YUtI I
will Clue today. Mrs. Gertrude i FUNERAL Semi-Wrfkljr Kditwa mi le..rt.
and Catr f
Driggs Iron Hruv Bronze -
place, and running at 30 miles an hour, : i S Setni-1 cckiy: HUittu* .iw ">c tAU
sought to establish her right to the fortune .
the train crashed into two cars loaded ins: 3Iachine Pattern
of 142.000:! left by the I .
aged with Shop: }Iuincuul Railroad -
stone, demolishing the
engine .
Charles Hill. DIRECTORS. I commumcations and remituncef "no. 0 e a I' ...
The Jury decided that
the will presented by Mrs. Gertrude two coach freight and then cars collided and one with passenger |I I1 ICepairs. I. THE FLORIDA TIES-UNION JiCISODVIllE nMl #
a board- i ,
Drlggs in which her daughter Grace 610 to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville
lag car filled with people. -
'f\ Drlggs, -was made the heir of Claries
The: switch was thrown ppen with

Hiil came was is declared signed to by be Hill Salem,! whose Charles.true the purpose of wrecking the train. SuttJ Have of afnlluoct CoffinsCuiats, and Hans Study at I Home SSSSSJ iSUBSCRIBE I

The verdict named eight Eight persons were hurt, but all wit; tb D l1l1&laerT1cea.I every deterlption.. Special aoenttes tram more and row
members of
recover. All the injured earn more. With the Tablet Home Study Lessons yon need not
the Salem-Charles family the are em I leave home or employment l to team Bookkeeping,A-Arithmetic
true ployes of the road. Algebra.Geome t4 heirs to the old man's fortune. --'- I Embalming to Order. gf Phyacs.$wceu.Latin Oculars.,etc. Teachers free, .wJrCOio"aided to pass LL WIRE.namwinons.Palal...fivrs.tla. ....8.....................


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: $ Public Instruction. -- NATIONAL BANK OF OCALA.

Postal Clerk and Fireman Are Reported Notice Application for Tax Deed Coder Section In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit

11. Killed.Washington. WARRANTS ISSUED JULY nh. 1903. 9. of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida.UOTICEIS of Florida, in and for :Marion County.In No. toaj.

: July 29.-Two were J.S. Grantham, services on board and C Boiling purchaser of tax certificate No. Chancery.Mrs. Treasury Department Office of UMler ,piid

killed and seven injured in a rear-end mileage.-------$ 9 40 140 dated the 1st day of July! A D 1901, hasSled A. C. Caldwell and Mrs. S. A. C. Hunter of the Currency.Washington. .
said certificate in my office and made application and Joseph H. Hunter her husband, and next
B. k.Blttch. services board and 00 .
collision mileage 9 D C. .
between Jum. 19.4.
: : Court at Chat- the Southern vesti- for tax deed to issue in accordance
CiH In Circuit buled limited G. S.Scott services on board and mileage 6 oo with law. Said certificate embraces the following friend Complainants Vi. John O. Caldwell
on the Southern railway .. described situated la Marion J. Edward Caldwell. Elizabeth D. Gibson. WHEREAS, BY SATISFACTO-T Mf.
W. D.Cam salary for June _. 75 00 property deuce presented .. fc
to the 't1li. .
tanooga. and a work train at Springfield, Va., W. D. Cam, postage and p. O.box rent... $ 75 cuunt,. Florida. to-wit: Commencing at a point and A.J Gibaon.Mrs. Mary Hggins and has been made to appear taat .
960 fret south and 7 feet west of northeast cor
7 nlea! below Alexandra at 7:15 this: Commercial Bank interest 33 40 nerof southeast quarter 3a section township 12. Fra ncis W. Higginy D. R utherf crd, eon Centritul fttmi ./ t\ttt"

NVC-VCS NEARLY 51/5CO.OOO.) oorriag. The engines and several of -r. E. Pasteur commission....... 93 75 range 21. thence south 300 feet. west 363 feet. George McWharter. Mrs. Minnie B. located in the city cf OcaU m tile
north 360 feet., east 363 feet. Caldwetl and James Caldwell :Marion and sate of MoruU h4 ....
the mrs Ettie L. Cam. work in Supt.office .. u 50 !5
were badly
damaged. The The said land being assessed at the date of Catdwell. all the provisions 01 the *ut*tc* of die r
George Joe Caldwell
AJkrd ***! i" A"/ AttemPt Had kheJ: : the issuance of such certificate in the name of States required to becoiaplMdassociation wish ..... .
I.4JI j, Jiil So Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be re Defendants. hall be autbonxc- ,__..
Midi to Un--ly' Influence Them V. W. Woodward. Jonesville, Va. RECAPITULATION.Outstanding deemed according to law. tax deed will issue bu..iueoo( Banking.Now. .
IttfI I: 2& rear od.! shereonon the list day ot August. A. D 1903. IT IS ORDERED; THAT THE DEFENDANTS therefore. I William. B Rtdflr'
Verdict-Had Been Dead- :, a postal clerk. warrants June 1,1903-.-...J 4317 37 Witness my official signature and seal this the this cause, Jona 0 Caldwell. J. Edward trailer of the currency. do IK re*r ccttT
II Tut* I -. -. FiTEac. Warrants canceled June o, i903..____. 300364 15th day of July.: A.. D 1903. Caldwell. Elizabeth D. Gibson and A J. Gibson "The Central National Bank oi Ucala.
S. T. SISTRUNK. Mrs :Maggie Higgins; aid Francis W. Higgins I in the city of Ocala.! in the
The of M ails.
Wek cowity
acch4 fOr P' 0 I. Than I I -rjnred: 7 17 Clerk Circuit Court :Marion Co. Fla. W: D. Kutherlord, George McWharter. Mrs': state of Flonda. is authorized to oa-u _

C81.DoUia. Tcun Jul) _*.-A sen.1k I, Lean: r.n.lJgs.Ora: :! ge. Va.. a Total out..tanding warrantsjuly i, 1903 .$ Si3 73 :Minnie B Caldwell and James CaHwril, George business of Banki-g u provutod i> .._...

I In the circuit court Olital clerk Warrants issued July 7. 190] 251 So Caldwell. Joe Caldwell be and they are hereby one hundred and . u. .:.ruDC both les_ broken; may NOTICE OF SCHOLARSHIP! AT DEFU- required to appear to the bill ot complaint in Statutes of the United statesIn
)1. )t. Amon, caLL :die. said cause on or before testimony whereof witacM
w'" ulJle I say ta-4 ...
I i41 Total outstanding warrants July 7-JOOs 53 NIAK SPRINGS. .1/1) toe irdiiay //Auu... *. J1t1 1A the %Whit"t ilU congaj Pf'tlr Harr!:-ton. engineer of the Cash in treasury last treasurer's report 4024 2S It is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe (SEALj tf f-jgfa.

tal<< l ,w"ricC *n eaUte of nearl/I pasener tratn, seriously Injures published once a week for four consecutive 019 Comptroller Tin mruj.
Olio- 4 u.&ri Into court, acd as-ed: about the head; may die.! Cash on hand over and above all out. O be held in my office in Ocala a competive weeks in the the 3oth Ocala day of Banner.This June.A. D., 1903. I

&ttt'wyt t&1 been made< to John L. Tomp Washington D standing warrants-.--$L95S 75 examination for the scholarship at DeF.miak S T. SISTRUNK. Clerk Circuit Court. NOTICEIn
PIIIIIIAI Springs. flonda Tat bcuc cieut will receive
R. E. Davis, Compl'ts' Sol'r.
:.Il t83u nc. tm la their ver- C.. postal clerk.J. $100 a year :n eight cash payments for two

F Cido n. J1&fJ bll bfl ded-kke Prank Keller! Lantzers Mills Financial Statement for Special District years The ,icholenhip is open to any ole man or the Circuit Court oi tile ViM *1 ...

vevk.Goudton. I I figght: arm broken. woman in Marion county. between the ages of NOTICENotice cuit ofPtorljs. in sad for
t )If Uua a Msvi. c:...,.
,", Julj I. 1903. eighteen and twenty.five. of good moral char-
I J&a., a farmer wt6 r" I II' I Frederick J. Larlck, postal clerk. acter. W. D Cam Nardss. Wright.. VL _. C. WqM

3- ai4" AI Hlm Station In tali couau. i. A. Fontaina Bethel Hill N. C. OCALA SO i. 7-17 Supt.01 Schools.By oi Application wr Tax Deed Under Section TTISORDEaEDTHT THE 1IJIA.

of tt., juror stated to badly bruised. Outstanding warrants issued to teacher S of Chapter 4&S3, Laws of Florida. -a S. C Wright, be and b< U her r ...
,34 d.o. !. cc. order ot the School board of Education appear to the bill ofcomol.iBi die
c.1 u
Saturday last he The Soatiiam i is doable and for current expenses.$13:7 64 the examination for scholarship to DeFuniak TSJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Z.
cwt tM OIl tracking: Its .l* of Tax Certificate > aJ/OtttltJ.Uw fill. dllt. A
tta fcoed has been from to Chambli'S purchaser x I .4. D. R
to Mrs. O. L. Bachelder Springs postponed Aug. 7 Aug. I .
tot laW tt. dtttancoga Sartcg line between here and Atlanta ad the money 22 and 22. W. D. Can, Supt. 1171. dated the 3rd day of April A.D., 1993, and I I i* farther that ev
borrowed____ ... oc .
uSo 00 Certificate 1401. dated August 7. l&go, has filed be published fo/eM? o
for Wol!&r bill The; word train had been I sun
asked a
liM ia4 on a siding ai said certificates iu my office, and has made application week ia t Ol

i ..,,1 7Utf _Ua f 10 .hi Ulvtr. GoodM Springfield getting ballast out of a pit! Total outstanding warrauU.._ ....?,......,1557 64 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CREDITORSAND with law. for Said tax certificates deed to issue embrace in the accordance foLUiur. This dy
i Wd*** the ml.uke u0a after. Thlt brakes refused to work aai the Ca..h in tre-4'ury_.._"___..' 1 63 OTHERS. ing described property situated in Marion SMUlWK

:ftv<< u4 took It back. He >worst train beycnd coctrol of Its crew slip NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CRED- couuty, Florida. to-wit: West half of nortwest B H Cl.!a_ .
and half ofnorth..est C
southwest east 11. _
quarter of ot quarter W. *?*?.
Deficit. dist butees and all
.... __ ..... -$2336 ftt legetees persons
pod into
i .n k* return*! the money tie out the main track. The limited. bavin? claims or demands against the estate of quarter of southwest quarter section Compamaat.* tic

. ** oat another rile instead the crack train of the Southern McINTOSH NO. 2. CHARLES ABSON.. deceased that they and 23, township IS, range 21
ItZW nun The said land being assessed at the date of the
. each of them are called and required to
If takisc the *urVtu nTe dollars. between tere and New Orleans, due Total outstanding warrant*_| .. $ t A[ present their claims against upon the said estate to issuance of such certificates in the name of

: Savings bank lad In this city at 8:41. Cash in treasury_..... .._ 991 the undersigned as executor of the test will and party unknown and J. V. Burke. Unless said LAND AT PUBLIC SALE.
: tt CUtuaooj* : was between hall testament oi Charles E Abson deceased. withIntwo certificates shaU be redeemed according to law
executors of the an hour and hour tax deed will issue thereon on tie 31st day of
: thrr an late torn this date. law,
Vat and was years as required by
ru Deficit_ .... ....
m 3a A. D.
otherwise the will be forever b..rred. july. 1903. AT '
I ,u."t .tt. and the testimony of running at a high rte of speed. Engineer BE.LEVIEW SO. same EDW. HOLDER. Witnets my official signature and seal this *'O S.\L the PDUt t* C..

i tI clk"trl14 ,'"Ii to the Jury seviyi Harrington was unable to see the J. Executor of last will and testament of Charles the 2jrd day of June. A. D. 1903.S. section twvnty-tbar (24). towBwVtWff f

woru train until ; Total outstanding warrants___....... $ 7 91 E-Abson. deceased. T. SISTRUNK. south of range twenty(*>;c..t Mtad te
I n: < aio. WhiCh was strongly lait within 200 feet of it. Ocala. Fla.. J&ly roth. A.D. 1903. 7-io-St 6 26 Clerk Circuit Court Manon Co. Fla. ran county. Flon U. The boe
Cash in .___ __ 82
treasury 65
i { 01 stuutnlt the '-ill of the late: b sold t the highest bxUcr tor .5iW

Il y tL H. L. WBltwide. Cash ovtrand above outstanding warrant.. ; 91 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVE NOTICE. at Via at i o'clock .
Fairel rn sad I
p. .
I UwnedUtdy Issued at
f JU< AUlsoo FANTYIU.E NO. .. TO SELL MINOR'S LAND clai be neU*ibc PI_
Finds Gold and Silver .
the bank officials Taey Hidden During interest I
tt'tet-l for ... .. _........ ,
I War. OiiUrandin warrants. ; $ 13J Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 7H Collector-
, Revolutionary -
tl IJL? la court at 1:30: this atUn Cash in treasury_... ... ___ oil i4 8, Chapter 4i&i, Laws ot florida.
Binghamton. N. Y. .
July 23 -Nathaq
I -tMr* time the court will ll i the VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT

! W&. a Ht4 iftVMUfition of th', Smith of :Marietta, Ga.. an employe oi Cash over and above outstanding war- Third diy .f SffUmber D tyj, 1.1 Chailes V. Miller purchaser ot tax certificates NOTICE OF APPLICATION FO JAL
dated A
numbers 1515 Apnl sth 1992;
: Urf<>*. It Is probable l that other at. the Kennesaw Marble company. has rants.-...... 40 41 I will apply to Honorable Robert Bullock 18:4 and i!!5S dated August 7th AD. iSijo and SETTLEMENT nNALOSCHAH (.

will unearthed a treasure of burled coins DCNNELtON NO. s County Judge in and for Marion County, state certificates I2 5. trs and 1826 dated August oth,
tM4lU u4 beftcs warrants of Florida at his office in Ocala in said county. A D. 1900. has filed said certificates in my oct:

that have been hidden sInce: the Cherry Outstanding warrants...___.. ._?,?, 4 uS 62 for an order authorizing me, as Guardian of and has made application for tax deed to issue IS HEREBY CTK THAT

h Vai'.ey massacre during the! revolu Cash in treasury..._?_____. ...... 154 the minor heir of the estate of Harriet Copp. in accordance with law. Said cenificates em. NOTICE ? nC o< Uw :!
of this morning cceaied, to Kll at sale the
i tM drrttopBMt prtvat following brace the following described property situatedin testament JOHN COLE.
....tloo. this is oed property belonging to said estate to-wit: Marion county. Florida to-wit: West half the _k tf. :
! 1.ttt..u.s a as tion.At All that certain lot or of ground situatein .IV If J'11'
that time a large quantity of gold Deficit_...__ _.._ 127 08 piece of northeast quarter section II. southwest quarter D
the town of Ocala. of Manon. and make final settlement of hi
! tt. *ut 5d(<4 eases er tried in county of northeast quarter section 2. west half ot *
was buried by wealthy families who REDDICK SO- 6. state of Florida more particularly described as southeast quarter section 'j north half of southeast for final discharge. s hal MttlnMVta.aophcation .
.. .. follows Commencing at the southeast corner of and southeast quarter of southeast to be tke Mn x
.. Wttt..14.. wh we will Is beg were later killed by Indians. Smith. Outstanding warrant ......._-_S 59 99 lot one [Lii] of block twenty-six [il6] of the old quarter quarter and southwest of northeast quarter of Marion county, at I.Ftosi ,

'L who is spending a few weeks on the Cash in treasury..... .. ...... 12 06 survey of the town of Ocala.and running thence section 4. southwest quarter of southeast quarterof 7 24 m J M. UMHDU
!r II. -L *u a CbrtetUn Scl....tlt.Ml I north thirty-cine [:3',| feet and eight [';il} inches section is, northwest quarter of section 4. an
-ohn Rockwell farm. picked up a curious thence west to the line dividing lots one and iS.
ill r M..UaU. tkr** of her BOBS Deficit ... of in township 16 range
sok: coin in a recently plowed i limn ?> .i. -- 47 93 two block twenty-six: thence southward The said land being assessed at the date of
; .. lilt jMf-tor. are trjrtec to break I pens LETEI. NO.7. long said line thirty nine [391 feet eight {s- the issuance ot such certificate in the names of NOTICE.State .
.esd. His curiosity was excited, and nches thence east along the south boundary of Richard A. Corning. C W. McLean. T. W.
.. *(3 01 U# grouad tkt their mothIT or. m\estimating further he unearthed Outstanding warrants___ u._.. _...?..$ 23 lot one to the southeast corner. the pint of be- Hood J. F. Chamoliss Unknown: and A. D. :Mc-

I" H MM*>lr ablaiced ChrisM Cash ia treasury_ ...______ _M.-,?- 73 09 frame:inninz. having houie.Said erected. thereon a two story I Kee.Unless of Florida, C o XarHB.UfruiMrs. '. IA
3J gold pieces each tearing the iai- dwelling said certificates shall be redeemed
I lh *-.. pU?*- a conipicuompft land belonging to the estate of said Harriet according to law tax deed will issue thereon on
age of George III and having a value Copp. deceased, to be sold for the best in- T J. lames Ctereaet t. Ttrra ,
ito trial The state vis left Cash over and above Octdatt4iaj warrants..70 :26 the nth day of August A. D. r<;03. \
of $I each. Then he erest of said minor heirThis Witness official signature and seal this-
> came to a large
" BstMd of theM Yo\.YVII.I.2 so. 8. th of my CLAREVCE E. TRACY. !,\ '
m .. ruticiUldrra to i i day J1I1Y.1903I the 2nd day of July A D. 1903. 1 and aU others whoa ; i
quantity of silver coin. the dates running : Guardian.
M. 1"-19: the litigation.n i Outstanding warrants__ .. -- S 30 a hereby notified a .
I Marion Co. Via t o.'ul.n.hnb
Circuit Court
trom 1761 to 1769. ._ ... --- 7.10 issued in .
.n VattetM' .M the v iow of th' Cash treasnry 20 22 t ab .t Iha
I The find will net him a small for- your money In te *>4> <* !.
lilt ('-...: Jane* A Wkitwide. at NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE Atlantic Coast Line )" h.. "'!
. tune. and the residents of Garrattsville, Ca>h over and above outstanding war- NO nCE. prn haD that mp 'wf.-
ita. prMideot\ of the Naahnr., ,a.r ,
N" Y.. are much excite} over the dis taats_ .....____...... ____ 19 92 said cou o bre the
.......oft &uJ 't Lo* is railway, and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT US- -A.fuuxf.Setler J /.
I N-\ ry. w-rmSDALE SO.9- by virtue of a final decree: entered Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section .
... kiIter: ;af hat: road on the irth day of July A. D 1903 by the tlon. judgment by default ml be _*.ni ,
Outstanding warrants.._ _.._ ....$ 294$ W. s. Bullock judge of the circuit court ot the S, Chapter 45!*. Laws of Florida. you MRS. THOS. i

SOVEREIGNS GIVEN OVATION. Cssb in treasury._._...__..... 6z 05 $th Judicial circuit of Florida Marten: county. VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT E. O 724 f. -1
I .U= RIOT IN NEWARK. N. J. UI cqancery in a certain cause therein pending -' Cordrey. purchaser of tax certificate No -
wherein Charles S. Shooter is complainant and 1520. dated the ist July. A. D. 1901, has filed::
Great Reception to Britain's Kjrg and Cash over and above oetsUaJin' warrants Emma Long. Stonewall Long and J H. Hicksare said certificate in my office and has made application -

tI4 NI 8.. rs Struck' fw SaturdayS Queen Londonderr ___. ___ 3347 defendants. The undersigned special ma,. for tax deed to issue ia accordancewith SPECIAL M4STEJVSIAL1.TNDER .
at Let in chancery named and appointed m said law. Sad certificate embraces the following .
H.-"tetc... Dspel.d.$ Londonderry. Irean! July '!9.-King CTTR A NO. [Q. final decree to execute the same. will on described property situated in Marion coun

tvk; Ju'A bread riot' Upward and Qteen Alexandra were accorded >ut undinj warrants....._._____.?.....$865 ViMi/ac the -tk day a} SfpUmber. A. D. /9
Caihtntreasury..__ _,,,,,_ Hiween the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.. and 2 reo o the sib 4y of
all township
92 74 in
I ka> _Nr a: Newark N J.. owing a great reception on their arrival "' oclockp m. in front of the south door ot the northwe-4. quarter ot section 10. D. 1903, by W. S. Bullock.. I ,.

to tte 1t1' ,.: Hebrew bakers whoa here today. Large crowds from conrt hou-in Ocala. Marion county. Florida i"The range said 24 land being assessed at the date of Circuit Court and of the Il J die t
I Cash over and above outstanding warrants iffer for sale and will s<-ll to the highest and the issuance"t such certificate in the name of lorid for a C.i m -

..sa-d fcciv ua datardays The the surrounding districts assembled ta __. ... 4 09 best bidder for cash the mortgaged premises Unknown. Unless:: said certificate shall be re W. W rl!cause psadiuig 11 s4 .V

.., erf t. t\i-aed bread having b6 greet the first English sovereign whc CRINER. FARM NO. u. mentioned and described in said final decree deemed according to law tax de 'l will issue den Clyat. were was compUinnt m wfack t. .
I o-wit: the nth of Augu=t. A. D. 1903. dee.1 .
day >
... H"*4.ui!. UfO Hebrews JourneyJ visited thereon on cree I. L.S. Hk. wa
bad ever Londonderry.Their Fractional block numbered 15 ot dines addition official and seal this the
tandingwuraats.... _-.. ........4 4'5 Witness my signature to execute I apl8e.
-J tort and retttraed with two maje3ties were met at the railroad to the city of Ocala according to plat on 4th day of July, A. D. ; sme.
Cash in treasury____ 141 67 record in Flat bock "A" page 5$.in the office of 1903.S.. T. SISTRUNK.' MonJjr. tktjrd Jai o.' I A ta. A. to. .
' t iM .toads, They were quickly! ht'.dl : station by the mayor and corporation. the clerk of the circuit court same being in the 7-10 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. that being a legal sales day o4rTn4. .

. ? hf I r'aaoriac throve of tun'rj The usual number of addresses and above northeast quarter ot the northwest quarter of sale and will sell at pakte al t.. ..
Cash over outstanding war- section im township i> south, range 22 east, highest and best bidder for in tf

; 'iu &ad a raid oa thrir stock was were presented replying to which rants..._.___.. ......._... 137 Sl and containing M-IOO of an acre. lying and being NOTICE. court house dr In OcaU. c. ,'
in Marion countv. Florida. or so muchhereof hours
legal sal*, the Mtowivc
L14t v.a and wmaeB fought their the king expressed his peasure: at the BUCK POND NO.12. as may be sufficient to satisfy said premises lying and being wtoate i .

Q. la* waioo ..4 a riot was pro- references to the spirit of good feeling Outtandingwarrants...._____. ... $ 5 76 decree and costs. for Tax Deed Under bee- county. Flonda.towittotoneiofbIocl .
7-24-03 T. E. BIGGS. Notice Application ( ) K .
,... *i.t a camber of persons were and harmony pervading all classes in Cahin treasury_ ...._._.... __ 17$ 71 Special Master. tion 8,Chapter 4Sa S,Laws of Florida old survey ot the lown. QW t.tt'cv. '

ttat.4 (Iowa sad trampled upon and Ireland adding that if his visit helped VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CAMP ,. Floridaand also a strip of I
Mt.ral Casioverandaboveoutstandingwarrants 172 93 NOTICE .' thosphate Co purchaser of tax Certificate adjoining the said lot on t cut .
aaB were carried fainting i to extend and consolidate this feel- No. 14dated the 1st day of July. A. D. 1901 I the entire length of the lot o .
.ttf fc. SPARK :'O. I3. and has south and being thirty five feet wide.
crow!. Ing. he would be richly repaid. bas filed said certificate: m my office .

Tt pWt! ap|e.red when the trouH Outtandingwarrants-$ II 25 Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec made with application law. Said for tax certificate deed to issue embraces in accordance the thcreofaswillaxisfysain.Mcrer..4eLBlL

-is at t's height After a rigoru { CAR LINES WERE TIED UP. Cash in treasury.*___ .._.___ ...M___ 2S 44 tion 8, of Chapter 4$$$. Laws of Florida. following described property situated in Marion W.K.Zewadski.Coxnprt.ulrNOTICE Special Master IB < ..

"'\OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LUICI county. Flcnda. to( wit. West half of southwest 1
l< tiey JUpelled the rioters.WUCtMAN Cash over and above outstanding warrants .1." TaSfaletti purchaser of Tax certificate No quarter, section 21 township 15 range 19

Striking Firemen Cause Temporary .......__.... ...___... .... ..... 17 21 1456. dated the 3rd Gay of October. A. D. 1593. The said land being certificate assessed in at the the name dnte of of
has filed said certificate in my office and has the issuance of such FOR t* .
SHOT' BY SOLDIER. Suspension of Traffic. CANDI.ER NO. 14. made application for tax deed to issue in accur party unknown Unless said certificate shall b* PUBLA
dance with law. Said certificate embraces the redeemed according to law tax deed will issue:
Detroit, July: 20.-All the street carlines Out..taD.iing..arrants._....._....$ bs 20 following described property situated in Marion thereon on the nth day 01 August. A.D. 1003. of latmor.GainesrUie .

-N Trying tg Prevert Latter from in the city were tied up for more : Cash in trea3u."J'._. ............__.,.. IS 47Deficit. county. Florida. to wit south half of southwest Witness: my official signature and S<'al this the Department .U I o I
,section township 15. range 21. 4ththyofJuiy.A. D. Fl. Jane
quarter ij. I I.
tatica His Sweetheart inos.S.
loan two hours this morning at the Thesadland being assessed at the date of T. SISTRt'SK.10 t; Gives TUT

)ik.w York July M.-In full view o! time travel is usually heaviest, by a ....._.. -?..?__u .. -- 66 73 I the issuance of such certificate in the name of ;-- Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co. Ela. NOTICE : a.med HlIUtB\ h_* CM
luirj I Henning L and I Co. Unless said Certificate his intention to make o.
| at wrsoaa, Patrolman Cor. rUike of 35 firemen at the powerhouse FELLOWSHIP SO. 15. I shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed his claim, and that ill pi bi : .

l.. Mtt! r was shot aad probably of the Detroit United railway. The Outstanding warrants_.__ | 2 2; will issue thereon on the :>th day of August, A. NOTICE. fore Clerk Circuit Court at OcaU. Fla.. _

btan Ca.h in treasury _.. ._ __. 5 76Cish 0.1905. kh. ,,.
lajvred on the corner of Ate Lien struck to enforce a demand for Witness my official signature and seal this the A .hea 9.

tu B 2st day of July, A.. D.1903. viz: OLIVER MOORE Fteaugta*.
tad Ser. Tax
nth street today while! Notice of Election of Griner Farm Special o
at day. over and above outstanding war s. T. SISTRUNK. H- 2 47 fir. the aote qaartar 0 i=

tfJ\a. U pre'nt a wldltr from shoot- Outside help was rusted to the rants.. ._ ... ... ... -__ JS5 7 24 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. School District. quarter of s 9 .ij

It l\t sieethtarttiesaWler and S o'clock the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN range 20.est _- _it
powerhouse by company ELECTRA NO. I6. .1' election wilt be held at the Gnner Farm He names the (0"1 ** .

is Alolph Schtoss. 2S had a few cars running on most NOTICE, school house, Marion county, Florida duringthe continuous rtldece 8p aad ntttva IH .
Outstanding warrants. .. ... '_?_... $ 41 12 said land. : WtiMr Tk_
levi oU of the Eleventh battery of of the lines. At 8 o'clock three of the Cash in treasury .. \ 29 99 hours of o'clock and sundown. on as. B F Bauchillon. Reise L all .
.. 'rUll. JIOlldll, J u-juit: i. A. D. /901. ton, Fla. W.
ry, statiooed at Ft. Haail- firemen hai returned to work while Notice of Application for Tax Eeed Under section for the of electing three trustees of 73 G 1.

*.*. Brooklyn tne others were endeavoring to get Deficit________.... ... it 13 5, of Chapter 455'". Laws of Florida. above named purpose special tax: school district and tofix

*A,r ihootlBf: the! policeman the so'. them in theIr BLITCHTON NO. 17. t,; HEREBY GIVEN THAT CHAS the rate of millage to be assessed and collected -
ttr! the engineers to join NOTICE purchaser oi Tax Certificate No. tor the next ensuing two years. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LEA
taraed the reroUer on himself strike. Thousands of people were late OUt:>t3nd1Dgwarrallts.... .... _.. ._...! 298 2000 dated the 6lh day of August A. D 1900. oualiried electors at said election are all registered T SELL MINOR'S LAND.

... 'a ts io t serious damage. Cash in treasury___ .... 44 90 has filed said certificate in my office and has and qualinM voters of said district :
I la getting to their"ol'k this morning made application. for tax. deco, to issue, in accordance who pay a tax on real or personal property

the strise and ti witn law. sain ccruncate rmoracesthe therein. IS THAT ON TWC
to up.
Trial Curtu and JettCjftUia&a. wing Cash over and above outstanding war following described property situated in I The following: persons have been appointed NOTICE HEIEDGIVES August 19113. I
._ Marion county. Flonda. to wit: southwest managers and clerk of said election: Bullock. w.
Ky July .-Court openW Massacre Doubted. ranta.- -4192URrEL quarter of the northeast quarter section 19 J. J. Lnaman B. H. Leitner and W. P.Chalk- ply and to for Hon Br county. State cuMty Flurtda.jadjpt 1

at I.j" clock this morning for Reported } NO. & township t;. range 23. er. managers. and C. :M Murpbey.clerk. kisoScein Ocala said conaty o aa a
London. July 29.-Nothing is known The said land being assessed at the date of By order ot the Board of Public Instruction f. _
tl Meoaj Outstan.i1nZwa-rants......__... .. $ 5-532 A.. D. authorizing me. a(guardian o .
ja y of ta trial of CurtU published by a news the issuance of such certificate ia the name of t1u.S the tab day of July. 1903., WILLIAM P3ESTOX HOLLY well at tm
here of the report in ., Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Attest. G s! sCOTT.
Cash Unknown. aattestate.
tt u4 Tbomu White for the murder treasury -- 114 44 Chairman.Secretary. sale the fol1jwi- pr ipe.ly brIt$ to
in the United States to the effect according to law. tax deed will issue W. D. CARS twit at at
If *. H Mari'iim. The one hundred ., agency thereon on the i-lh day of Angust.D., 1003.Witness ;--10 of southeast !1ti tee qar aad .
that a massacre of Jews has occurred Cash over and above outstanding warrants official signature and seal iha the quarter 10 .
te my northwest tt .
; *bo wet quarter oi qaartcr
; tt natuo* were drawn yes- at Ofraa. near Tangier, :Moroc. _._..__.... <6 12: 2ist day of July 3.. D. 1903. and an undivided half interest ui .
>?iy m tbo uamonM to atI S. T. SISTRUNK. NOTICE of southwest of ..
.ere quarters quarter
Leader of this city FT. KING NO. .
"M co. The Morning 19. 7 24 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. north half of northeast quarter

U jur-r rt.pondeJ to411 and rublisted a dispatch from Tangier say ittandjugwartant5.-S TO quarter of section 15. aud .othw. I.#

[ C. cwaule'i'.a of the jury will pro. Jewish quarter of Ofran ea"hintreasury_! __.... n657 .. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES TO W. D. northeast quarter of nortitca flsrtiont.a'.1intowuaItip (.
ing that the :NOTICE. interested, that a 15 wutk raaft
r *1 : and persons ..
CIJ.-I.B: ; J B Emea. chief! wlt
that the judges, 2 acres more &
looted by Arabs July 17. a suit has been instituted in county containing < o 1- .
t IfU tat tie pruiH-utiaB, is here for the was Cash over and above outstandingvar- court of :MArion county, Florida by attachment ion county. Flond.1 b lW f d boat
destroyed that a girl of for Tax Deed Under Section -
)MIttMm i'f ] batHing was rants_ ..._ _.. ._... 114 .1 Notice Application in favor Ot W. J. Chambers, doing business" terestof mItor h.
te vuneues.Agreement I abducted and that in a Quarrel S.Chapter 4S3. Laws of Florida. under the style and name of the W. J.. Chambers This i3th day o Jul,. 19' ALK 1.
CAPCLET NO. 20.Outstaadinj the sth day of july. I"
on 7
Wlgt iched.la41uapu among her abductors regarding possession warrants: ... $ 37 66 .1." L.T. Burke. purchaser of tax ceruaca No. A. .
-- M And'tbe Morton and all
I :... Juy :9At the heaof _- of the girl six Arabs were killed. Cash in treasury ....... _... 45 >;- has'3-.filed 139.said dated certificates the ist day in my ot July omce.A and D. 1901 has inerested are said hereby W. D.required to appear persons to snd NOTICE.

taJ't'f1 the tatted Mine Workers There is no doubt that this is the bass made application for tax deed to issue in accordance action before the county judge at his office in
: with law. Said certificate s embrace Ocala Florida. oaUoitdau Notice of Application far Tax Dud US.CbapteraIx.
H ttli vjty it ;a announced that the for the reported "massacre of Jews Cash over and above outstanding war- V
I described situated in A. D. Ijoj- Law
StytewUr .
...._. the following property ; On :tit wy "f *o.
r t1l l-d orvraton at Pittsburt at Ofran." rants.--- 105LIXADALE I Marion couy, Fla to-wit. East half ot north or judgment; will be given ia said cause in favor TOTICE IS HEREBY GITJ TT' ..
Iua" Na 21. hall of lot 2, section 20, and southwest quarter Amount sought to
'are uathed a wage agreeaeat Park section 21 all in town- of the said W.J Chambers : 1\ Brown. purchaser 6 .

: *" Ole )er Tie: settlement wtkSctPUti Slept Forty-Four Days. Outstanding warrants........ .. $ igaCash except ship: I';.lot range 13 Hyde 22. The said land being assessedat be Witness recovered my J.:hand; 35 and as costs county of suit.judge and the ''I 5433 filed, said dated certificate the 1st diy m my ofJaIyA. D. .

the New York. July 30.-After hath : in treasury_ :... 2 oo the date of the issuance of such certificates in scat of the sam court on this the Sth day of July, I application for ux deed to 0. a. .
u advani-e of 7
cents on the name of Unknown and Laurence Huebner.
asleep foryt-four days in a Long A. D .003 R.Bt'LLOCK.T.to with law Said certificate caibracaa .
b, nil of been Unless said ceruacate shall be redeemed accor- ef Marion Co. Fla.WANTEDSEVEXAL Bloated ta .
In n.. tSecu: 30.000 miners ".,al, County Judge ing described : _
pranch N. J., hospital, except at slight Cash over and above outstanding wariTtn ding to Uw. tax deed 101'1 issue theron on the221h pro

t't17 and th.rctly. All the tal Edicott Allen a Hairarj > rants......-.._... t_ ii-iii ..l.tmi m 1 1 10 day of August A. D. 1003. INDUSTRIOUS .PERsons t Fr twt Oar.. .
Intervals, C. E. and seal this the Sf
lets Witness my signature of
t* Kansas 1s5OUrl Arkansas for house established said land being asamed at ta
of irn- COTTON PLANT NO 22 and ot A D. ia each state to travel .
day 1903.
Is showing signs such cemicatc ia tka
student the issuance ot
h4 : and with a large capital to call -.
\ tadUn : benefited.POLEYSlloYANDT4R. S. T. bISTRUNK. eleven years
Territory are provement. All of the strange sleep Outstanding warrants_...... ____$ 6 oo :'-24 Clerk Circut Court :Marion Co.Pu.fOLEYllONYTAR. upon mercnants and agents for successful and deemed t'nknwl t'nlC to laid Uw.cert-kate tax dwwt. l.

...___________. Une. p..rmanentengtgement. Weekly according .
r" is supposed to have been in the natureot Cash in treasury.__ $5' cash profitable salary of SiS and all traveling expenses thereon on the Jist day of A.gw-t, A. 9 .

caused by overwork. The and hotel bills advanced in cash each week. Witness my official sigutian aid ashz3thdayotju.lyA.D. .
hysteria and above war- Mention reference t
Cash over outstanding not esseutiaL
doctors believe he is now on the rdad .. sd Experience enclose self-addressed envelope. THE S. T. *? V.
:t rants. .. -- 25 .z-iot 71:Clerk Circuit .. .
Dearborn St. Chicago. "
,tbecoaghand he&lslungf NATIONAl:
to recovery W.D. CIAX,Se. etary.it .
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I Mr.THE J.JACKSONVILLE A Hollouuu writing CARNIVAL.to us ol r r I't""t' "!" " 9 t l "t" " !" ,," " " " " " -

the approtichngcarnivalat( : Jaeksou-. ter-

i viler,gays that it is plauued ou mtirtly -. --- ....
new hues and the (attractions I --- ....

are national character and all ol, 2T ABE JAKE :: ;'

them are retiuiug andijt-lrvnting' in

tout ;We expect, h<- say! the cooperation
of the l"Ult-d States war
and navy dfpartiurma and altogether
will he;clUe of the most t-laborate;

events ever ooutemplatwl iu this ...
country. We !hope to make it a great rb- 'O

crnlitito There will the! t stu,e "+e u of hl Florida.famou exhibitions C 1"A btl -- ;"" ',';;'-'''">-o, < -..-....<.. .. -. .,-.".,...-.. ""_'r..'--I......._...,_-. .,."...._-' J., .,--...... '7"0--'-' ._ -_-_-'n--, --.-.-"'3>".".".'P'I: '', _k-- .. .M4>tailt .. st""S

as. the List Diy of 1'ompdl, Ill-- ...
with over two huudre.l l people in the rla
: cart, and the unm magaiticant: exhibition
of tire works ever seen south "
of Manhattan Beach.=iThere will beit tt --

wrt'btJio watch for thechaiupiou-; .....
chip> of the world between Tom ..O
, the famous heavyweight, I ...
Bharkey ...
and Tom Jenkiug, the present chaw -
: iou. The band concerts will be by till"t
I Couteruo'a famous New York band of

fifty pie.-t.'+, and scores of other attractions .
of no less iuportauce.Amemaq .
and British warships are s .

expected to be in the waters of the .....
a ...
St. Johns.
Very Remarkable Cure )f Diarrhoea. P.- ....
for the first ....
"About six years aeo
time in toy life I had a sudden and .....
severe attack of ciiarrhClt'lI," li 'S )1 rs.
Alice)1,1it.'rlJf' Morgan,'lexa,..J "I got till'A WELL
temporary relief, but it came bark STOCKED GROCERY STORE.
again ami strain, lAud for MX )long years ;
I have uttered more misery aud ago
oy than I can tell. It wan worse than
death. My husband !>seen hundred
of dollars) for physicians' pre-enptious I
and treatment without avail. Final The above heading "A Well Stocked
ly we moved to Bos jue county, our Grocerytore"s
prtr-eut home, and one day I happened -
to see an advertismeutof Cham per- ....
laiu's Colic, Cholera{ aud Diarrhoea
Remedy with at testimonial of a man E where
means a place the
who had been cured by it. The cn twas you save most |
: similar tllllloW!! 'hat! I concluded J 11
to try th.e re'ut'i'fllt'reoua 1

could was that' wonderful.I be wawell).tf> after I again could Laving: hardly or suffered believe realue so it E.. money. It pays to be. economical 1 in buying groceries -|

long, but that one bottle of medicine
few f.>- .
rural rue contiug but a rents ..
'Urt'tl rue." For salt by Anti.lollo'

|oly Drug Advertising HOlt'. Metaphors.in y as well as anything else. You may not save a forj

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Philadelphia North AmericanAdvutiling a- ...

Advertising bare the ground is is the the drill for;>lo\v plantm that that scatters tintlajH I' : tune here on every article, but a few cents now and 1

the st't'ltlllf buinetsAdvtrtiMui .Ul'l.t'-lI. I >- ,.
; is the i-u.ivut! thatpulverises I II .
I he clods aud keep the I I then count in the long run. It

roots properly I loosened.;
t "
Advertising i U the gentle rain that j k.- ..."t1'S
falls upon the plain. and nurtures it. j j---- .
AdverlMug is the warm suushiretliit 4 -iII

bunt caresses fortb. it and cauts! it to bloa-] .4 4 E Just as So'IE 1lkunzutomedto vegetables! that i mm 0 I 0 F GOOD G IJ j mm i ) \I E+ "

is the wonder that uproots -
'- have been picked for a day or two, carted for ..
rank aud foreign growth .
the Th miles and exposed to all sorts of weather and Ire'S
choke it. :::: ey ::
that attempt to Af
quent handling in markets. They have little idea __
is the harvester-that .
Advert isiug == of the taste of vegetables fresh from the tsr:t.
gamers the golden grain. :..- Grow The indescribable difference can be observed Never discontinues trading I at our41,
Advertising is the fertilizer that
the famous
by trying
prepares the ground for another and :E store after she once commences and

letter crop. III-- ....
Get connected with the live wire of : Royal Scarlet" Canned Goods.
inspiration and your thoughts will all our customers seem to stay rightThe

tingle-"Judicious Advertisiug." : vegetables packed under this brand have that fresh, snappy taste -
Treat your; -Kidney for Rheumatism. : that makes you long for the country. They are selected with the utmost with us. We 1 have the I best class I of .........

When your are sulleriug from rhuematism 4! care, picked at just the proper time, and put up "right on the spot." _..._
the kidneys must be attended to :== They are handled. but once and have no customers in the city, and for that ::
at once so that they will eliminate the 411 chance to deteriorate or lose their flavor. ::rEfzMebSTs; ...
uric acid from the blood. Foley's Kidney : They come to you just as they grow. If ; @W 1 the
Cure is the most effective remedyfor .. you want to taste vegetables in perfection, f :. h l \ reason slightest breach of honesty ..a..
this purpose. R. T. Hopkins, of : try the ROYAL SCARLET BRAND. You 1\\> II '\ ...

Polar, wis., says "After unsuccessfully .. will find them a revelation in flavor and a ro in our dealings would effect ourbusiness =:
::: in can have fresh ,'
doctoring three years for rheumatism discovery economy-you i BRAND-" ::
with the best doctors, I tried Foley'a G vegetables the year round at a trifling cost.II'h more quickly than ....
Goods of
Kidney Cure and it cured me. I can- : We carry'the full line. e finest Canned in the Wd "..
not speak too highly of this great 1 ::
any competitor.A .
medicine." Post Office Drug Store.in j :=

Crude Language. : .-II...
An Oklahoma paper prints this .. 4
She was from Boston,he from .
Oklahoma. "You have travelled a We are reasonable business men. We run an I
good deal in the west have you not, | : ex

:ltlisa Beacon?" "Oh yes indeed-in ---- -...<.*

5,5 California aDd Arizona and even iu :. elusive store and our aim is to 3I
1ewIexico.." "Did you ever see the grocery satisfy.
Cherokee btrip" There was a painful :
silence, but finally she looked over I -ill
her glasses at him and said: "In the d.-. --4H
first place, sir I deem your question ..
exceedingly rude; and in the second,
you might have been more refined in a I THE TEA POTp

ever your seen language the by Cherooke asking me disrobe.-if I had .g GROCERY.

New York Tribune.
r -fill
Bronchitis For Twenty Years. .
Mrs.Minerva Smith. Danville, 111., : .
writes: "I had bronchitis for twenty .. -

years and never got relief until I used I j ..4114
Foley'a Honey and Tar which has o- .

\. cure Store. cured me." Post 0 fi ce m g J "IIIII' "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" " " "("III"II"I "Illl" '4'4"'"I I " "Illbll" III" "II"IIIIIIIII" " ,, -""

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