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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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; \ \! BASE Ball AT OCALA. I[ half, Chapple hit to left for two bags, :I The Times-Union Contest. I Children's Entertainment.

rnr\1lmmnrmmmmm\rmmmmmmmmmmmnr but the next three men beat wildly at The Times-Union's contest for the Miss Let ('''1111) and )'*... W1IoI
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1.I Tampa Wins Three Straight Games the atmosphere three times. lady commi>sioners to the rit. Louis ham Camp t'ott'rtal..t.1Lt1r i

: FF From Yaldosta. Tampa tallied ;four runs in the 'I exposition is creating so much interest fully List night at the |MMM e* tfcefc .

fourth on three hits and three errors throughout the state, that this parents on Fifth avenue lu MeaMrd i
From Tuesday's Daily.Notwithstanding
-- the confusion by the Crackers, Valdosta could do paper has decided to :have three assistant their gueft, MiC riU fa.-... 1 i
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r caused by different publications in nothing in their half, Neither side commissioners also. ISo; in Master I Johu !)"g<$tof JM' IitlaMt. i
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diflereut newspapers that Tampa crossed the plate in the fifth, but each of the three divisions the young About twenty five hate t.edre aid ;

IN A BOX !. would play ball Monday in Tampa Robinson added another one to Valdo.ta's lady receiving the second highest vote beaux were prentut acid had a -.I i!

instead of Ocala, the Tampa and score in the ninth. wiil be the assistant. elegant time zaylolt IhI!tiif

Valdosta teams arrived in this city Tampa increased her lead in the The assistant will be given a ticketto games and doing U<>Q4jf1J t* a uelnl...... f{
write nice letter do =5
If j ou want to a :you can it if you have
nice lUtiouery. You're in a box if you haven't the paper, and ==5 promptly on schedule time as an- seventh by adding five more tallies to St. Louis and return and will have ously l laden table.

|_per k lu a nice box If you buy it here. We have many styles. Z2 nounced by Mr. B. A. Standley, her score. Valdosta was able to do their board paid at the hotel for three Mrs W. N. Camp, )Mr, tfei... if

iU chairman of the arrangements com- nothing more towards getting runs days by the Times-Union. Camp and )[1'>>. Domett Mk4.4 In i
POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE
mittee. allOt a very pretty and spirited during the remainder of the game In Honor of Miss Barce. the game. 1 I.

game was played on the new diamondat but the crabs tallied one more in the The young gentlemen friends ofMiss The hours were from nix t. fatless i

1.I the driving park yesterday afteirf eights, making their total score 11 Sue Barco gave her a delightful and every minute of the ,.... WM t

E 1 noon. runs to the Cracker's 2. dance at the Everglade Hotel lust enjoyed. _. >!'

-d The game was called at 3:45 o'clock The score- night. Miss Barco leaves for her homein Mr. C. f'. Freeman, of Gfrt, fill i

i with Valdosta at the Lat, Taylor: scoring TAMl'A. Ocala tomorrow, much to the regret the turpentine firm of n. W. Vary A t

one while Tampa got a goose egg. ab r h po a e of those here who have had the Co., i is in the city. Mr. Kr..eeua WM I

EE 3i1111jlijl Valdosta scored nothing after the Patterson, .elf 6 1 3 1 0 0 all pleasure of whom of making hope that her her acquaintance visits willie formerly a resident of V.y*.U area }

first until the fifth when three runs Linton, rt 522 231 more frequent to the Magic C ty.- came down to witness the T.. *. I

p ill! jlijlijl !jlijl1ll"11l11l11l11jl1l11l11l1ill1l11jl1jl1" were placed to their credit. They Thornton, ss 5 0, 2 2 1 0 Miami News Miss Barco returned Valdosta base ball game tuft Wednesday I
Prat, Ib 5 2 2 8 0.u. home
exhausted themselves as they made Friday. afternoon.
White, cf 512 1 To II
nothing in the sixth, seventh, eighth Ruhliu, 3h 411 1 00

and ninth innings. Hickman, 2b 5 1 0 2 0 1 I

Tampa wa shut out until the Brown 5 2 1 10 40

eighth wit n everything was peachesand Childs, p 410 000 T No Matter How Small,

cream. They made three runs Total 46 11 13 27 8 2
No Matter How Large,
in the eight and in the ninth VALDOSTA.ab o I

served two more, winning the game r h po a e
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cf 5 0 2 0 0 1 .
by one score, leaving two men on Taylor,
Dinkius 400 1 30 i
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bases and only one man down.
Chapple, 3b 402 2 13
At the eighth! inning: when Tampa .a
Teagle, 2b 400 440 p. ",+MUNROE & OiAMBLISS.. I
made her three runs the excitement Robinson, Ib 3 2 1 10 12
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intense and those who 401 7 01
was were betting Capo. c \ N I

HO freely on Valdosta and were so Middletou, cf 402300
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a ttt.enert for O S. Woodrow, Pho..phatt and Drr.Stinith;. Ocala Fla. boistrom became very quiet and the McCalla 401 000
by office in l-o..toffice Block nut to Mathews, p 401 041 I I
friends of Tampa did the bhoutiu,!{. --- K ,
1 Will Give It Satisfactory Allen
The following was the line up: Total 3t 2 10 27 13 .s'


1-:.::. :.-:li BASSIS. Lsul Eiitar I, Mrs. E. H. Mote, of Leesburg, is I VAL1HSTA POSITION TAMPA Tampa Valdosta 00140051 0100010002Summary 0-11 I s or I lion f

Chappie ......... ......p.. ..........White -Two bae hits, Chapple, fQ
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the guest of her sister, Mrs. William ....-
Robinson. .........c.. ......... Brown Linton' Prat, Ruhliu, White; double 9N """' --------- .

I HAPPENINGS ABOUT Tow",1 Hocker. Dickinson.................Ib...... .. Pratt plays, Robin,sou and Chapple, White ,I

Mr. Tom Fielding, a popular young Barker ........... .2b..Linton and Prat; struck out, Childs, 12,
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returned to her home at lawyer of Starke, spent Sunday with Oliphaut..................3b. . .RuhlingDiukiud Mathews, 6. Umpire E. C. Bennett. Ocala FlurlJA.,
I Mr*, rim i i ...............ss.........ThorntonTeaple Gate receipts, 175.10.

uhland Wednesday. friends in Ocala. I ....... ...........1 If....... .MurphyTaylor

Messrs. H. C. Jones and A. G. Gates ..................cf..lIickmancCaib From Thursday Daily. :.; ', --,. :- j!" I
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Mr. 0. A < 4rmifhael was relKrtrdalittiebetler W _," _...0' 'h _..
II Wednesday.JJr returned Sunday from a week's visit!" [ ........ ...rf..............ChildsMcCalla The result of the baseball! match

to their families at Seabreeze.Mr. ---- IINT1MONOPOLY
hit by batted ball. yesterday at the Driving Park be-

I Z"-a d"kt left for a visit to rel- Score by innings: tween the Tampa Crabs and the Valdosta i1! m if' }_
and :Mrs. Frank A. Teague andfamily
ail," kt Cotton Plant Wednesday.Annie Valdosta 0003000 0--" Crackers was a repetition of the i
left on the A. C. L. Wednesday -
-- Tampa 00000003 2-5 f
same old story-Tampa won, Valdosta DRUG STORE.
of Candler is where (
for
MIs DeLonj, .: Worthington Springs, Summary-babe hits, Tampa 8, Val- lost.
I Annie Mathews. to spend several weeks.
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tbtguwlof they expect
donta, 7 struck out 12 k
; ; Chapplo, ,
, From all points of view it was a

and boy Grover national bank White,; errors, Valdosta, 7i; Tampa, !
la boom a Mr. Ford's building
I Dur iiK a well played game; but was rather Having recently purchased the Anti-Monopoly Drujf HUrf, I taM

U kepi pretty busy this hot weath i is growing apace. When completedit 5i; ba:eon balls, Valdosta, Ii; Tampa, slow. The dampness of the atmosphere .J this method of announcing to it former patrons, a* well a* t. t4 f

L. will add much to the 1; at bat, Valdosta! 36; Tampa, 41. ill public in general, that the prescription department U rtuw tette Meat, r
er. very appearance eeemed to affect the enthusiasm
Ill ever prepared to handle this branch of the buMr.e.r with aoewFMtjrpromptness. aatl
, We are mjaested to announce that to the north side_ of the square.Dr. The game was umpired by E. C. I of both the players and spectators, Lsi Only the best and purest drugs will be UM*|-it****** r}
r Bennett. Gate receipts, $86.40, grandstand Isi substitutes permitted to enter into the make-np of prent'riplW*. .Ml fI
the botrllug alley will not be open today R. D. Fuller returned Sunday and the game was long drawn out. here for compounding. The drugs used 1 are from the well ka.MN f
$10.70, total, 9710. Tampa won on her merits. Hittingon house of Parke, Davis & Co., and other of equal rrtikbttHy.. W* f
N. C. where he
from Asheville at- Both teams are guests at the Montezuma 1 don't use "nearly the same thin or "xomethiug just au 1 c**...." bt g
Uncle "Dick Miller," the old Indian tended the National Dental Associa- Hotel. both sides was light, Valdosta just what your prescription calls for. This last i I. of vital (ltM|..*tMt
getting one safe hit and Tampa four. i and is worth :your while to think about. i iI
wit utrrau, was a visitor. to Ocala tion. Mrs. Fuller will remain in 1- .
Both pitchers were on their mettle, I I
\\edDttlday. North Carolina several weeks lorger. From Wednesday's Daily. I

and family Mr. Andrew Turner, of Lake Six The second of the three games to beplayed and were well supported. The pretty s STANDARD PATENT MEDICINES AND FULL LINE OF t
Mu E1mor Davidson
throwing to bases Robinson and '
in Ocala between the baseball by
will make teen, who has been a subscriber to TOILET ARTICLES JLWAYS ON H0ND.iive \
hive to Ltesburg and ( ( ,
. gone teams of Tampa and Valdosta took the fancy work by Ruhlin and Thornton I
this for over thirty ,
it to paper years
their future
home.
place yesterday afternoon at the were the feature. It is to be regretted -
la Ocala Monday and renewedhis
was Park that three umpires had to be ;::2J J ( me a call when in need of anything in my line. I (M ...... i
Mr*. Hyman aii'l children are en Driving grounds under very unfavorable f
subscription with us. 121 to give you satisfaction ou every article bought here A tet jte I
route to Asheville, N. C., where they weather conditions. The used before satisfaction in that par- propose standing strictly on what the name ANTI: <)N JOlY J Ji
of Tallahassee
William A. Hocker, : -
Judge I Yours for llUlntll'
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would indicate.
ticular i
department obtained.
they the rain of the afternoon kept the crowd was
spend uurnrner.Mn.
is the guest of his son, Mr. i im'
The fans were much surprised at the
away. W. CASTEL
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Will Hocker having arrived in the Prop. f
Denis
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of the St.
lUzgerty, Neither team was at its best, and appearance of Chapple in the grey m' f

hotel, U otf on a trip to Atlanta and city from Jacksonville Sunday after uniform of the Crabs. .,.. """' = --== -. ="'- -------a <
the game was slow and uninterestingfrom Tampa ;\jc::0.::: jiIgr! ;: SHl"lIJ!:::! !!!::Jt.i:1iiji! !:::=i!::: :!::!j I'!!!: :!:.:!Ii" _It.iI.-

viil. retain In about two weeks. noon. start to finish.any errors The game started with Tampa first .i J
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The County Commissioners are i were made on both sides. at hit to third and
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has gone to Washington, Ga., to spend The game was called with Tampa at made first on an error. He was forc-
gulag to erect a steel steel bridge over .
I. her month's vacation with her sister, the bat. Patterson hit the first ball ed out at second when Linton hit to t
\Vithhcoochee river near Dun. 4 PI IIS.
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leU on. __ Mrs. Gabriel Tooms Palmer, formerly for a safe one past second base, and pitcher. Linton in turn was .forced ;', II

Miss Lillias Allred of this city. took second on an error. He was out at second by Thornton's hit to i tI
I>eaip!y Mayo purchased the I .', Nickel plated, }
Mr. Edward Holder, of Ocala, has thrown out at third on a double play third, and Pratt Wail thrown out from .-. !
famous Ocala Music Company's ; 1. ;; "" Patent frsn ii. ?
returned to join Mrs. Holder. Mrs. when Lin ton hit to first base. Thorn second to first, Valdosta failed to : ,
flock u boon a* it touched the six 'yi:"'. : Plain nets and
Holder has become a favorite with all ton hit safely to left field and Pratt to score.

dollar mark. in the hotel. and is geatly admired.- center both for a two bagger, but In the second inning for Tampa, r \ with lace.Bobinet l r

,/ John Kugewer after a few day's Continental cor. to Times-Union. were left on bases when White flied Whtte smashed a single past (second, ,' a 4*. !

volt l ID Ocala with hIs brother, Mr. out to right. For Valdosta, Taylor was advanced a base on Ruhlin's out r' Plain and fete rf
R. G. Wright, the big
vege-
Junes Ingeter, has returned toG Major fanned, and Dinkins drew a base on and scored on Chappie's hit over ;,
of Oxford trimni l.OCU1 l. ,
table was among
lne vllle. grower balls. Chapple also punched three short. Brown hit for one base, Chap-

the visitors to Ocala Wednesday. He times and took a seat, and Teagle was pie going to third, from where he __-r FURNITURE CO. f
Judge Hocker, Mr. William Hocker, especially to see Mr. Cham- __
came
up thrown out from third to first. tried to score on Hickman's infield -:::;- ,
J.J. Till n, )Ir. Withers and Mr. E. fine stock and incidentally took' =T -,--
bliss' ; E. C. SMITH P
In the second inning, Ruhlln and bit but was put out at the plate. t lOp.
I I*Ciraey left on the south bound A.G in the ball game.
L Hickman were out on easy ones to the Patterson again hit to third, who
train
Wednesday. Miss Violet Harris leaves today for pitcher, and Brown fanned. In Val- threw wild to first allowing Brown --

Troy, Ala., to be the guest of Miss dosta's half Robinson and Hickman to R A C E. f
n. 8. S. HarrU, of Citra, who was given a tally. C. I I. G

Rundown to Ocala Tuesday afternoon Knox. She will return next week base on balls, and scored the first run For the next five innings Valdosta a. '

, for and visit friends in this city for a few of the hit sent three to the bat in
a short business visit returned game on a by McCalla. only men :: an ln
Dealer ___ tfL
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home IVeduesday.Mrs. days before going to her home in Capo, Middletou and Mathews were inning, none reached first. Tampadid

Ocala FlJ.-Thomasville (Ga.,) Times- Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried .oti-r f
-- -- : thrown out at first. Childs was put scarcely any better and no further
lt. F, Hyman and children, Lathe Shingles and Brick.
1. and Siding,
Aug
Enterprise. Ceiling ,
out from second to first. Pattersonhit runs were tallied during the game, the
ten Wednesday afternoon for the
Mrs. Bergin, Miss Mary Bergin, safely, but was forced out at Crackers received a goose egg for Manufacturer of rfiV .
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of
North Carolina to spend
Master Fred Bergin, of McIntosh, and socond when Linton hit to short. their final score. .
the balance of the Newels Columns Door aM
aummtr.Mt. Ballusters Casings
Mr. H. T. Bergin, a West Point cadet, Linton scored Tampa's first run after The score- Turned ,

; J. W. l)ear!on still has faiththat who have been camping for several Thornton was given a base on bails Tampa 03000000 Window Frames, Mantels, Church Seats, Pulpits, Stltee4
Seats Combined and Tables. I am con *nalyreceiving
and
oil Lake Weir passed through and Pratt hit for Valdosta 00000000 Desks '
trill b.! discovered in Sumter weeks at one bag to left field.
Lumber and fill orders for quantlw and
county, If faith will remove moun- Ocala Monday afternoon on their White retired the side again by a Summary-Struck out, Hickman 9) can any
Promptness a Specialty.
Wne r Ly will It not bring oil? way home. long fly to right. In the Cracker's Oliphant 7, Sacrifice hit, Teagle. sizes





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MOSS BLUFF. Dr. D. A. Smith is always on the COTTON PLANT. TO THE The
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VALDOSTA'S VICTORY. CHRISTIANS
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alert for & good trade. He sold his J
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The weather is still worse this side horse for cash. Daily showers make cool nights. j
Crackers Could Net Win From Tampa, nice yesterday S100 Let us not be discouraged. as we may, tlH-..". ,

of the river, the thermometer has :Mra. W. Wesley Smith will leave Fodder pulling is a thing of the But hold what we have 'till the day
but Managed to Defeat Ocala When all shall stand at the gate of love. atre ea..... .,... t1h
to about 94 to &6 at two m. ast. i tlltti ...
gone p. for Jacksonville today to join her To be judged by the God above. .
Ocala is having her full sbare of at a 1sis*.a ... .....,4. by $.
for the past ten days. husband perhaps these excellent A big crop of sweet potatoes has This will be the opening day of peace; _.
baseball thU week. After the three As the chains of sin will be released. daurtitdi.Evey .
There was a shooting scrape near young people will make Jacksonvilletheir been planted in Cotton Plant this "The Lord grant you that ye may find rest"

games played here between the teams here Saturday :night, at Capt. Martin's permanent home. year. With the angels, and be forever biesL t... I b ti.le hrwkrq. ....

of Valdosta and Tampa a was Let us be very observant
game Ire ham ...
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still. In the melee Jim Reaves Our section can show as fine .. W IIJ.
Mrs. A.R. Griffin, who baa been sugar That we hear the words. "Well done tiy goad
arranged between Valdosta and .....'I M th* IMa=. t
I, shot Will Pinkey. Dr. Liske, who is visiting her son in Tampa for several cane as any that grows in the state and faithful servant brelMdrr
Ocala and played yesterday at the We all have loved ones gone before
attending Pinkey, says he has a body days, returned home last Friday. Mr.J. B. Dale, who for two years To the home where they sin no more A. |.mail girl .... tafofei.iM8 rttM tit
Park Valdosta could not
Driving
wound which may prove fatal. The Mr. and Mrs. Bishop and their has been the efficient depot agent for And as we bow our heads in prayer. la tatNr MMtet to 11, ... Irl4Pv
take a single game from the Crabs I II Ask the father to help us meet them there.
I scrappers are colored. Jim Reaves I children, with Mr. and Mrs. McDowell the S. A. L. railway, has resignedand Ocala Fla. -J.CrlTl lIuuu& .M.q Iw iMa, i. .ktuto
from Tampa, try as hard as she I
made good his escape as soon as he with their children, will leave accepted a position as bookkeeper I...... U "_ in .. Ma as kM IM
but the Crackers took the I
might, I Cremation
did the shooting. Heaves is said to bea Tuesday evening for Orange Springs : for the firm of Howell & Bell. My! Becoming Popular. I ttiB<*rtatta s y r will... atMlatllf .
game from Ocala by a score of 14 to 2. I According to statistics In
negro of bad repute, as this is not to recuperate, as :Mrs. Bishop is not how the ladies visited last Tuesday. published 8J..... "....M _.....-.
In order to finish the game in time Paris, : ,-tjO dead bodies were cremated
his first shooting affair. very well. We wish; them a pleasant Master Herman Mann entertained
to start the races the game was calledat last year in France. The United F'uly'r xw.., raw t.ffOUt ttaaMalM I
For the last ten days we have hada outing. a number of his little friends last
the unreasonable hour of 1:30. States came next in the list with free fMtaMM M* Wittfas .. ..
lot of trouble in getting our mailto Our excellent railroad agent has Friday on his fifth birth day. The of davaat J
kUMjr tfta M aM .
From the first inning it was .
very 159S6. Italy, with only 4,3tl hojied
and from the railroad. 'Tis hoped bought of Mr. Ben Raysor his nice little ones present were Misses Louie, y.*l taw MM* of aa.4LL.. bkptodlrro

seen that the Ocala boys were greatlyIn that from now on we will not have cottage near the Methodist church.Mr. Lillian and Ruby Davis, Leon, Ellis, cremated during the year, has twenty I.,., ,............ .

.: need of practice. They handled eight crematories, the I'nited State -
any trouble in getting the mail regularly Golden, of White Springs, who Erma and Gertie Briggance, of WAKTBIbriHlaff. *-I" 1m. art -
the ball like school boys, and everyman twenty six and England nine. it1Fifketi
only
I and we hope also that the schedule has moved here recently, is contemplating -I Ocala, Edith and Clifton Roberts, ye.e..a.atarara to ...
on the team, with the single exception There
were only 2,927 cremation in
for thin route will be changed to making this his permanenthome. Mamie Pedrick, Hugh Brown, I Ai 4a.aoaMMlFfiit iXs

of Peyber, made one or more Great Britain. There four ..
are eighty Aaaty .. T IBIS
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leave Ocklawaha after the arrival of Blanche Mann, Margie Bell, Etlie I
errors. Clark pitched well, and with crematories at present iu existence. rf-riB**. Ma. 7.1'1.,
the south bound train. The schedule Mr. C. Raysor has: improved some Braswell, of Dunnellou, and Carrie

Anything like good support behind as it is delays our mail at Ocklawha physically in the past few days. We Barco. The young ladies who assisted f. Physician Haaled. '......r b... ....
result would have been
him the
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twenty-four hours and Saturday'smail long to see him entirely restored to I in receiving were Misses Rras- Dr. ieo. Ewing. a practicing phy.f- HMtIWIaad It.1f Lade se tds

much clo ar. rowatyHickory rotttaimrtg I.... pot teelt 4
forty-eight hours. health. well Cuthill and May Belle Williams. ciau of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over
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The home team went first to bat, j thirty years, writes his ,personal experience ..1 "........ J.....
A good many of our farmers have Mr. Editor, visit our section and : The little folks had a large time long tared ( WMtta ? **
with Ford the first man up. He hit with Foley's Kidney Cure:

started to picking cotton, and for the mark the air of prosperity that we ., to be remembered. Master Herman "For I had been __
the ball to the pitcher, who fumbled, years greatly bother -------- --

next two months all hands will be are putting on. Ink is a good thingto was the recipient of many presents.As ed with kidney and bladdar trouble
\Jr.1s .tlu it.rI .
and made first base. He stole second, 11

busy at this work. all attention to your valuable paper to the ice cream and cake it was I and enlarged J'ro.trate eland. I uil .. ..-,,
third Bennett's out and
went to on ,
Mr. X. L. Fort is sick. Dr. I abundant and of the finest everything known to the profe-fun
reported but a grasp of the hand and an I to I varjety. ".atwa..
crossed the plate when Oliphant without relief, until I wmened to .
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Like is attending him. We hope look would increase subscribers. We wish the little fellow many returns -
mulled Vogt's long fly to right field. your I use Foley's: Kidney Cure. After take AIOI *IY."'......
Nick will soon be Mr. Lewis Lang and his sister Miss i of this event.
up. ..
The other run for Ocala was made in ing three bottles I was entirely relieved ton wr.a. alai 1

Mr. It. L. Martin, of Weir Park and Kate Lang, attended divine services 1 Mr. J, Monroe Smith celebrated his and cured. I prescribe it now"" 0W0A. NII Il
Pelot reached
the eighth inning. -- -
Ocala, was out yesterday looking up here Sunday' and dined at Dr. Lind I fifty seventh birthday last Tuesday daly in my practice and heartily D rrixam.OMrMMMI .
first stole second tooK j[
on an error, _
some land and timber for his com- ner's. A. X. THO\Y. I by serving ice cream and cake and a recommend its use to nil phynieiatM
third In another error, and tallied on for such troubles. I nave prt'ecritlt'd patnt.r

pany. I sumptuous dinner to his relatives and ___ esrltl.
an out at first base. Dysentry cured Without the Aid of a it in hundreds iof eases wild irleetsuccess. ( M
)lr. J.S. Driggers, the champion I a few friends. -, ---- -- -, -- .,,..,aeapMralolas
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Doctor. Postoflice Drug Store m
For Valdosta, Dinkins and Teagle I I I M. TamtrtuM
timberman, was over on business "1 from bard of Don't forget the big day at St. Johns _,
am just spell
a
I stored in the first, Mathews in the up Dish Washing to Become Popular.A .* ..--,
this week. I church on the twelfth iust. a big
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second, Oliphant in the fourth, and the flux" (Dysentery) sass Mr. T. A. I wicked newspaper says that O.n tt..r Ttaayaa rwa.ry.tale, :]: u

Mrs J. T. Lewis and two sons, t revisiting Pinner well dinner, ice cream and lots of people. ..t. IIU
Capo and McCalla in the fifty. Four a known merchant of dancing makes a girl's feet larger; bee I ----- ---... ......r
Volusia this week. I Eminent speakers will address the
county Drummond Tenn. "I 'ed small
more runs were added to their score u one cream produces freckles; banging J Jft. CftAML _
They will extend the trip on down I crowd on educational lines. Come 1, f
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Chol
ID the seventh and eighth innings, : the front gate produces rheutuatUm ; I MVTMTOCAtA

to Dade county next week. and Diarrhoea out, Mr. Editor, and bring your wife. .l*
and
giving them a total of fourteen runs. era Remedy was chewing gum destroyes the metttii ; ........r
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Miss Annie D. Fort is visiting her cured without doctor. I I Hon. H. W. Long and wife, after
Another game will be played this having a playing the piano destroy the bow QA-- 4 ttlrraCMrAT1ffgq

sister, ;airs;. Koubh, m Ocala, this consider it the best cholera medicinein : attending Sunday school last Sunday,
afternoon, when it is hoped that the ty of the hands and 'biting l dMhea .Af4..,

home team will nuke a better show \\eek.Mrs.. the world." There Is no need of were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. causes chaps to 'OIUe--O proftane. ..... __ ....... r..... .... ...

A. J. White visited in Ocala employing a doctor when this remedy 11. Barco. Tommie Mann and wife .. ...-
ing. At this time they are entirelyout

yesterday.Mr. is used, for bowel complaint in anj'form were welcome visitors also. Foley's Kidney Cure. i.ri- '
of practice, but a few more games
J. Monroe Smith is the Will cure Bn ;hl's Di****. A'P1ttNVKIAM. \ ..
A. )[. Higgnis has moved into either for children or adult It pecan king
will put them in shape again. Will' cure Diabetes << 55 ,1fl lrEis
his new house near the Waterman never fails and is pleasant to take. i of Cotton Plant. He has three varieties
The score: I Will bare Stone In fUddr. I "-
iiW mill. For sale by all druggists and medicine i and thinks this fruit will be as
Ocala................0000001 0-2.t dealert I I Will cure Kidney and Biwi4.rDiease. i

Valdosta! ......... .21012044 M4 i i iI I Not Over Wise.There'san m remunerative as were his oranges Postollice Drug Mote. M j t

I I That "Good Time Coming' Has ; before the freexe. He would not exchange !

j old alit'gorlcallicture of a This is the season when tIM es...v __
l\1r. Charlie down
Moody camefrom
Come. i his pecan grove for his former
I I
Jacksonville yesterday and j girl scared at a grasshopper, but in the girl go visiting and beoomt a nab
I I Miss Jessie Otteiis, one of the most orange grove. : ?
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.. of snake. #
cpeut the tlHALF:\ '. act heedlessly ireuUiiiK ou a I sauce to the mother of the girt abet to 0 ... *.
I prominent business women of this L I f .., .
I This is tumltlled by the man who Boy Cured of Colic After L ..

Physicians visiting .. {,_ :..,...... .. .......L.I .
of building I made the Banner .
A I'OAflll t.peiuls a large sum money county a pie s llLJ I Treatment Had Failed. I

I a cyclone cellar, but neglects to pro- visit on her last trip to O.!ala. | My boy when four years old was J I Quick Relief For Asthma SUff.ffof..

When a man is sick and can only work i vide his family with a bottle ofChamberlain's. J Miss Oweusi.states that there has. I taken with colic and cramps in his I Foley's Honey and Tar Afford immediate

half the time he is practically half a man. J Colic Cholera and been stomach. I sent for the doctor and he.1 relief to asthma getfeiwn
never such a time in the history ia
It requires his whole physical to Diarrhea .Remedy as a safeguard I ''
energy I ? injected morphine} but the child kept.1( the worst and if taken
do half stages ia ti.
a man's work. against bowel complaints whobe vic of the county since the days of slav-
In general the weak run down i getting worse.; I then gave hint halfa i will atlr>ct a cure. PotftoMfee Aetlg I

condition which cuts the strengthand "&1 ', urns outnumber those of the cyclone ery, when s>o many acres of laud m teaspoonful of Chamberlain's Colic Store. M 1

energy in half is due to (disease I a hundred to one. This remedy is her section has been under cultiva Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and

a of the stomach and other j everywhere recognized as the most tion. I in half an hour he was sleeping and We are always glad wb tt July

organs of digestion and nutrition. ... ,.... ...
and reliable medicine in being to ,
You could not half prompt use soon recovered.-F. L. Wilkins, Shell comes, worn aseriourfIMe of Vrrllrg/
expect a Hitherto large bodies of land have : ttta.llllt.
starved nun to work more i for thee diseases. For sale by all Lake, Wis. Mr. Wilkins" bookkeeperfor nerve collapse byweddings. the +atet.oCJtIM .'" tax .<

than half the time. The ; druggists and medicine dealers. m been a burden to the people and have the Shell Lake Lumber Co. For ..!.i-. t.ILGST .

condition of the man ,. t taxed their owners heavily to keepup :
with .k sale by all druggists and medicine
we stomach is XjjtJ
ANTHONY.
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that of u half starved taxes on same; but nov they are a dealers m I You have the t-atufactiou of fca.w* MBA

man. lie is weak p source of comfortable revenue. She A Hearst Club at Fairfield. lug that what you by at lmt OfNtw ..... (It.* .......t., pity wNt 5.

through lack of nutri. f From the common talk among the j Drug Store., U pure aDd of Uw beet Wholra. .... .4 '.'. -e .. rta.a.d ..
# says she has recently sold every acre Hon. M. L. Payne was down from
tion.Dr.. Pierce's Golden ; i farmers, one is impres td that this I quality. They sell .ukkey'a Old IU*. {| Weal ill llarif .ml a'? .! *. atatl 1lJIr
of land known as the Hopkiug plantation Fairfield Monday and reports that a .
Medical >a : liable Eye \\'ater. .. ai..t

diseases Discoverycures of the section is a land flowing with good ]I which in ante-bellum days Hearst Club was organized there la-t ,_. m C."It-.f..! Iti....iBEHUS' a, ... UF+itaati.faa

stomach and other or- things. So it is. She who marries for WMtltb ell_ \.j, .) t e.1 l ,
i I was one of the largest in the countyand Saturday composed of more than fifty I
I gins of digestion and R From the new buggies' that are con her liberty and she who marries fur :
nutrition. It enables she has leaded at good prices members, all of whom were enthusiastic .
the perfect nutritionof ttautly coming to our depot, you love !gives away her liberty. BAKER?
the every acre of the Willian Owens for the famous editor.
body and so restores -/ would think farmer has made .
the strength j' every plantation at Rutland. Besides this Mr. Payne says: that Fairfield has j "I had diabetes it ant wont form,"

"I had stomach trouble money and they believe in using it I. writes Marion Lee, of DunNAth. lad. :
she the finest and the democracy 111TuS
from birth- writes says that every week prospectors crops purest "I tried l' STWOI kU *
) for their comfort. eight physician without .
'Ir. Willis Seaman of i -
are going over the country lookingfor of any precinct in the county
ohingtonvillc. 0 range Our neighbor, Geo. Brown, believesin I lief. Only three bottles of Potty' j liUt S M
Co. X Y.and suffered suitable lands for trucking, cantaloupe and but for U. S. Commb-ioner D. 1
with it Kidney Cure made '
more or less& I grew rue a well man
up.
His lands hue W. ward .. ; t4' '
At the \'enf'hs. aa K. !.uc twefly
of
progress
dawn with are 15 I was broken watermelon growing, etc. S. Williams would have the best and Poatotlice Dru? :Otor; (>. I II i y Ttf
dyspepMa. My suffer Ii II ... J:
ing terrible yielded an abundant harvest and he ta ...H. BI '*
without was distress Could Could only not eat eat Those "good times coming," Miss cheapest liquor. In Boston, elevator girls are giving I .......... ,.........,."' ..t 1 iwIsagrap.A. f
Is barn.
a few building a larger : |
certain things and was not ,
able to work half the time. I Owens says, 'have already come." I if t.rfi tatty aloft
Every Lover's
Pic NIC at Lane. satisfaction in several I
j uhf.
of the citizens of building
good
thing I tried Many our ---- *
only gave me *
u., wla.i ...... I" f
temporary relief. :.rywife finally Consumption Threatened. To the Editor of the Ocala Banner they have been installed. \
persuaded me to try Dr. Pierce j town took in the excursion given by ..,. sisd Iwwtt nor 'of tttarsIs II
Golden. Medical Discovery and Unger, 211 Maple street, Champaign There will be a pic nic Friday, Aug. .
Pleaiant Pellets.: I took six the S. A. L. to Tampa on July 9th. Many persons in this -I e.ar.a..ti/
bott'e of'Golden Medical Dis- Ill., writes: "I was troubled 2Sth at Lover's Lane two miles east of corn maaily .
... ... tl.1Si.a
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alfrery' and two vials of Doctor On their return they reported havinga are suffering from kidney com pi*IB t .. y ra.r-1u
Pirrce'i Pleasant with a hacking cough for a and I ..
Pellets I then year Citra. Everybody invited to come HM po ...-*
who could avoid
fatal
felt to well that I stopped taking nice time. re-ults by using
thought I had I tried
medicine several months have I consumption. a and bring their trading stock. There Foley's Kidney Cure. IWottke a.... trio w of** *NF .. t&*
ruued and I can do the hardest Mr. Green, who sold his effects and 'great many remedies and was under Drug -
aad
kind of work can eat anything will be plenty of refreshments served Store. -w fit.... 'f-*

it.that I ia am let before me old and enjoy I moved to the northern part of the j the care of physicians for many on the grounds. mWANTED. text ........ t M.le ... ttw i 3 j
17 and this
4' the first years time I have ever state, has returned to Anthony. He I j months. I used one bottle of Foley's I I II .-An industrious marriedman ..... sw WI ir5._#

, teen w ILPierce's" i that is the j Honey and Tar. It cured me and I Foley's kidney Cure will cure all I (white) to farm on &harrl, t\"trl- ji ji.Iftaect
Dr. says Anthony place
Pleasant Pellets cure con forI, have not been troubled since. Post diseases arising from disorded kidneys thing furnished, reference required.

_: .. stipation. him and he has returned to stay. office Drug Store. m or bladder. Postoffice Drug Store m I I 7 tl tf ALLEX nODOUS..r" 0. W. H. STANLEY 1


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t VOL.+ xxxvn.! NO. 2 OCALA, FLORIDA.FRIDAY. AUGUST 7, 1503.! & DOLLAR A YEAR

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., Ea.aer A DREAM.. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore left I t "Ii111111111111111111111I1111111111111111111111111111111111" " " " !" '' "11111iIIillI S. A. STANDLEY LEE MILLER
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Saturday for Jacksonville where they -- ,


:I J"pau'writ aua ly,.I tile 1.41.dram nle truth of U acemed coalr&f.a raanty to go me. will to spend their several home In days Sew before Orleans.returning I 01111 R I INDUSTRIAL D I [EDITION. r-- I S. A. STANDLEY & CO.


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I J atVta\0 find it a -
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Quite a number of colored men are -
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I l4.iaim of rare Might, now subscribing for the Ocala Banner. :: From every section of the state, and especially
.. aid bright
Mod IT Angel pure
0,1 I 4 Is( rob**of "" .* Uiht.1it.1 They say that they want a paper that E through the medium of the state press, has come the ::3 I Livery Feed and Sale Stables,

I.KC..t'M datke night has some news in it. highest endorsement of the proposed special indus- :::
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i.qilmiii b* iy uaote my ear -
{ 1ID4IJ. ..... wont*, and dear. A little girl arrived at the Monte- _::: trial edition of the Ocala Banner and it is now ''up to _:::

lt.alM.l.woLc MM UK whole au ahtd itwwfJwrt.a tar zurnit hotel Saturday morning to make us" to fulfill the expectations of the people and make ;: We carry the most complete
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,...d Drum have pMcd away.trmaiBHh her home permanently with Mr. and -- this issue one of lasting benefit to the state. -=-= line of Harness, Saddles, etc .

1 .....wak< ...., twtaM' a *" *of bay -- in central Florida, and will give ,
for, iltar ut Sotr to Uy :: the Inda trial of Florida
rpr T. Wallacea prominent travelingman :: the articles:: on Development
I t ,, W.n Ma.r.Ila r>o- our patrons the very lowest .
-- ----- who makes his haadijuarters in E number of biographical sketches of men who have s: }
-- prices, We are thoroughly
I t:.:: SA1SI3, loal Eiitcr Ocala, was a visitor to this city jesterday. '::: assisted in this development and who are in some

I .-Gainesville Sun. -a.- equipped for fitting out turpen-
for the
hays made
measure responsible progress we
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;; $llIGS IJOUT TOW II.f Mr. R. F. Hyman, the popular trav- r and the prosperity that all believe is in store for us. o tine and lumber teams, gear

; -;; eling representative of the Frank E. == While it would be impossible to give due prominenceand y wagons, etc.
f IIr F .K: Ouif, Auburndde, ishtr.stl
Block
Company, is spending Sunday proper attention to every man .whose worth so

t __ ._, ur with his family. entitles him, still we hope the selections we may make :_! We always keep on hand a full line of Colummis and s
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.r J !L i i.i' '. 'lit--, "! **'ju layatIiIIr.atr W. G. Wright and son of Newport := will meet in in its entirety the app ova of our people. Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm W .

t Ky., are spending several days at rue E And it may here be stated that in this branch of the. :: I North Side Court HOIIM ').':a :
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f 1stV F U'IfI'k, ,t ( r\ -'nl l lover, Ocala House, combining business work of this special edition Marion County and Ocala u_ .

.... ;ill 4" uia! .: ..'t'irtht< with pleasure.Mrs. will receive proper.attentiim. All of these: sketches ;...t I
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J. E. Bargainier,of Dunnellon, == will be handsomely: illustrated. :! va- "" >(.J-' ,"\
pr. W H M Larra'i tn- returned -- ...
was lU Ocala Saturday on her way (
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.MB a |1.1..1.1'i"t---lu'fantlia.Mr --- home from a visit to friends in Geor i U"A.U. l.. r, ..INilNtl/lee/eleN1141eili1l. i "illtri' 1U6U 11

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1o. 1. \\ ....tlklll.O.thbl city, U atl1.rl'lId.1u gia. _., .. .ill -. III -----_ .

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Inn, S* b..ze. Lawyer Lou Green, one of the most 1 ... An Approaching Marriage. Tlmes-Union Contest.

iN' mat <>U1 '..uoimer time" is prominent'young lawyers in Florida, .. Mr. tie, C Pasteur, of this city, lu the Jacksonville Times-Union's I [Branch of Commercial Bank, Jack oDville.>

from is in the city fir a few days from sailed from Jacksonville for New contest for commHsioners, to the H\ ,
..1' 11I11101 away UtI.)1ft
ay Ocala' on professional business.;. York Sunday. From New York he Louis fair the count as announced in CAPITAL, S50OOO

J. J- I'Ibll.maD is visiting i her Tampa Tnbone. will go to Laconia, New Hampshire Sunday's paper was as follows:

hued! .t tb > MotttPBiiinft Hotel.: I l the object of hw visit there being apeaaut I West Coast: Miss Agnes. Rogers, of Account? of Firms, Corporations and Individuals .Solicited.

Some of the best authorities ou I one. Next week he will be |i 8t. Petersburg, leading with 1,853 Prompt Attention to all Business Entrusted to our Care.
)lr. O. IL Ho%_ returned Sunday cotton for the sub-.ti >>
are
contending
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married to Mir. Edith Pauline Harder, votes; Miss Stella Margaret Peter: Exchange Bought and Sold. !
few a fo*lut.* trip to I\wlrulllE-t tution of 11 c-enufor 8 cents a permanent will be )-
of that city. The wedding of Ijeesbur second with 1.T3J:! votes.
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level for INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
price American eot-
church affair and :East Co-
an early morning : st: :MM Lilliau Thomas
of Savannah
>>{w. .I'trc1'lUtaf1l ,
ton. will be pretty. There will be of Jacksonville: first
very with H,4,5-U-otes
1rYdtteg bt'r wither, Mrs.I Kingmau. ; AJWMWVW
--- Uncle Sam has $151,61s,312 on de- several attendants. The bride will Miss Gra-e Reed,of Titusville, second I

A Uohr WH hum to Mr. and posit in banks in addition to the um wear a s-tjlihh blue tailor gown and 10,304'ote> ,

X... R W. Mewiiiore Monday night. of S2G4,79V-01 in the national tren-- immediately after the ceremony Mr. Middle andV pst Florida: Miss --==

ury. There is nothing short about,. and Mr Pa-teurill leave for ll,)"ton Lulu Timer Bird of Mouticello,
Meet J. (', Porier returned Tuesday
Uncle Sammie.Mr. spend afewdajs. They will then heads the list in this division with
from two week's visit toN McMillan Bros
a
m r wg
go to New YorklaJterward leave for ft i/9o votes and Mi-.s Mattie :McDonald,

ft.*t Florid. D. H. Irvine represented the Ouala. After arriving here they will of Mouticfllo is second in the race

Orange Lake Action m Ocala datur- with Sit I "
be at home to their friends at the resilience votes.
Mr. i lav: M \ rn" returned 'l'ut-! fivni a bit to LH wife and sou btbign dap. He says the olitcal pulse i is: not of the groomV PUtout Back--From-- the Lake. Southern Copper Works:

:>''Iriog. beating very feverishly in his section Mr. Pasteur H one of O'cala's! most : The Ocala colony returned in force

but will do its share of puljatiug He has livedin
admirable young men. Monday afternoon from Ltke Weir
II Manufacturers of Stills
Mr, Kandfuni Jt-wt-tt came down later oil."Most ------ --- Ocala nearly all his life and nurn- where they all had a most delightful Turpentine

from Oalu"*viie! Tuesday afieruo n girls" observes a I\aLta: hers his friends by the score. He is outing. Some of the party had been i I
and General Metal Workers.Old
,'IltD.l a few II"SII. philosopher, "when they are asked to at the head of the shoe department of camping for a few days only and quitea : .

elope are liKe ic'. First they are cold the H. 15. Masters "store an.is\ ex- number had been !Maying with Mra. .

The Quincy Tlult'I says there is a ant repulse then they melt and in I'Uintuaiid for
you ; Crediuttly popular Tobey ten days. Lake Weir is one i
tndiliou that the lklJU TalluhateU
.t y at run away." social circle- In winning Miss Har of the prettiest lakes in the state and .

MHW a Lotf der for his wife Mr. Pasteur is to be is very popular with the people of Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching 1
W. H. Ellis of state
Hon. Quincy,
through the country a specialty. Orders by mail w a
Mn. LouU! It Cliazsl! and children auditor is at theOvals warmly congratulated.: For many this city.
prominent guest wire will receive attention at either of tb .
prompt
she resident of Ocala but Thotwho *
left( hatunliy afternoon for .Seabreeze years was a came up :Monday were
House. Mr. Ellis is here on official 1
there they will >|laud a month.Mr. bu me-a and will res ain in the five years ago moved to Laconia: where Sir,. J. C. Porter, Mrs. W. I). Condon, following worksFAYETTEVILLE -

she lifts resided. ever since. MKs Misses B s-ie Porter, Annie Mae

t'. \V. M&teau, of Tampa, id in city for several d&'l'I. Harder wasa graduate in the class of Stamiley, Louise Harris Marguerite N. C. SAVANNAH, eA.I .

tLe city on a TiittohU: parentDr.. A Gainesville judge is hot under '!is from the Ocala High School andis Porter, Mary P.jrford, EloNe! Miller! JACKSONVILLE. FLA. MOBILE, ALA...

aw )Ir.. Martau.R the collar because a' Gainesville lawyer the third member to marry. Sheis Florrie Condon, Beatrice t-iuclair, I

transferred case from his courtto a teautiful and accouipli-hed young Messrs Guy Ayer, Bob Mathews, Ben --- -
C. U. Nash| of Tampa, f.rni-
another court on statutory grounds.The }: woman, having a rarely sweet voice. Cond., Albert Miller, Harry CliLe
"rtj of this of hU
city, js the guest judge said the lawyer was no As Mrs.' Pasteur, Miss Harder will aud Frank Harri, jr,. L !ffi1g'5J! LsuvJJ Jni S -1E G'1 y LC lC ry1 n1iL% N
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,c, Mr. O. A. Nah.Mr. .
gentleman and sich.Mr. : be a delightful acquisition to Ocala,

D. K. Mclver rlturnedIonday both in social, musical and church Our Monday Visitors. I WE EAT MEAT
Edward Holder, who went to Quite a number of citizens living in

from t staff l to LU family at Hickory, Cincinnati to attend the funeral of circles. various Actions of the county were in -::? To grow fetrong. UoitM *_grt

S.C.where they are inmuieriug. his! brother, Mr. Sydney Holder, has This paper extends to Mr. Pasteur Ocala Monday among whom we noted @ jr ,, d1..f; *, good meat we may. was tat
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Miss Harder its
Dr. AV. C. I1u returned Mon47 returned and has joined Mrs. Holderat and congratulations the following, Alonza P. Baskin and l5] _4,;,::'j.; : '""\i J.t' it alone. There U IM *tnA

from Dunnellon, where he the Continental hotel, Atlantic and best wishes for a long and happy Mr. A. Atwater, Anthony; J.1.. P-I tf2r/,M.\!J'; '',,,:',;." '". '_.-- ....._.. I ..}, 1f" in tough meat-l iBt'*dofhr*
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prtwhtd on Sunday night.'peetal Beach. married life. I Mathews and Will D. Mathews, Flem- rn .,1',,'f '" ,..', I _,.,,' .'>,....;. \. t)-... ',, ,wt" ?,n."i fug, it takes truglh to 4l.MtLSI

Hon. John :\. C. Stockton has sold I Alum Baking Powder. ington ; J. \V. Davis, Nathan Mayo 1"1 /v' '4' .;i,4., ;'.G t ;" :(;,.t; it. It pays to U cr fSI ta

run on assorted lawn sbirt1 There are so n>any alum baking and J. D. Mitchell, Summerrield; J.W. i?:! tcrt- ; .: ; -1':., :;.1"S. buying meat-be Mire t fit
*,1.U, f ribbons and Baby Caps his bank and moved to the woods. ii: ". '. .' -': ).: if,....,
ncy powders about.most of which are represented Lyle, Fellowship; Geo. Blitch and \{, "-/; .:,... ..: the be .t-tender and .....
Ma Lade F. B. Eaton. He remembers that when the farmers I5i .;;K. : t.. """ ',..'.
I > had control of the legislature they : to be made of cream of lar- Dr. :S.. H. Blitch, Blitchum; Valentine rr't, ).! .'.i"!... f ...',:;i' ,...'>....<-.,; L: ; Pay a little nioreif tear/

htry Itekcca b the name that has. turned John Dunn down because he tar, that the following list of powders Fant, Fautville; and Andrew y--:_ (r ::!r-;; 1 putsomethinginyour.tenbb .

kta in which chemists have fond alum will Turner, Lake Sixteen.Will 'SIrzi iV1'Y\. i .. '"- ,.,.". which will put fWb on yet
peen to the little lady who ar- was a banker }, .'\
ftttd be of value: Assist Mrs. Eaton. -Is.: ::t;{ .4 bones and strung blond IB ;yes
tfiturday to live with Mr and r .:&r ;,;
1l1l D. C. Waruer.)1J1. The Daughters of the Confederacywill SODAFJNE Mrs.! Tomie Lulu Johnson, who

hold their monthly meeting Fri SUCCESSBON Box tendered her resignation with the ARDhS"BROS.S.all
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II. L. Anderson and daughters day afternoon at the reridence of Mr The housekeeper should bear in mercantile business of W. H. Pope .
left 2 and 1 City .MarKet, tletlu,1'Ia.
Monday: fur Atlantic Beach to >a
Fourth street left for Grove Park where
R. 0. Blake on South Wednesday ,
mind that: alum makes! a cheap baking
'Iotlll MTer l weeks, after which they invited to be she will few with friends. isa,. .
spend a .
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Daughters It ----===- ; = ='r:;;: =I\-,,, =
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powder. coats tlcen, s a !!i ::::Q:::=:;:':; :::;""" ;::J========- ==""" """""" =
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CO to Atlanta From there she goes to Ocala, her
present. poundwhile cream of tartar cost thri-I
-- returned Tuesday old home where she has ......
*** my line of lice embroideries Mr. Stephen Jewett ty. The quality: of the powder, is, : accepted a
two week's delightful with Mrs. Luoie F. B. Eaton
bar afternoon from a position
buying elsewhere Mrs.: Lucie : therefore, Usually indicated by the

'.B. Eaton, ,Ucc sor tu Irs. D.1.; outing at :::;eabret ze. He wasa price.On. in the millinery bu il1es Her OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS

Jij.'k. guest at The Breekers. In speakingof absence will be greatly missed by her '"
I s : 6tI or about :September: the lath, OCALA FLORIDA.BOILERS".
, him the Seabreeze correspondentto many friends which she made while ,
i per. the Ocala Banner, will issue the large -.-.-. -
and llrs. D. E. Hannah and the Tim Union said: Mr. Jewett here and they wish for her a bright

I tCG.ot daughter have gone to Worthwhile. made a big catch of whiting from oil1 est and most importan special edition -, and future .-Alaehu ENGINESPipe
metoD ever attempted by that excellent Hustler.
8prlngi tu spend a short
bridge recently.
------- the peninsula publication. All the most important Power .
Drawing from en High.A
After and Fittings to 12in., Valve, I"pt
)J I few day's visit to her sister, Congressman Champ Clark, of Missouri industries of Marion eounty will be party of electricians, headed by Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag, Mi-
,
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lt WlliLun Hooker )Irs. E. H. says the newspapers of organ- written up for this issue in great shape F. S. Schoonmaker, of Chicago, since ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of

t te returned to Leesburg Tuesday ized labor have taken up Hearst in a such as the naval stores, lumber, last Sunday has been at Colorado
L''trrnoon. Mil,!* AM HI.VI.VC! Sri' lIII}* .
a manner that Indicates that he has phosphate, etc., industries. The Ban Springs preparing to experiment on

. t llW.W. Bavurese:) of Tampa, after I wonderful strength with them. If ner office is well equipped to get out Pike's Peak with the Albert Gallatin '

i *"'eral l day, business trip to Ocala they should support him in anything such editions and the News wishes the Whitney apparatus for attracting IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS

I 1! Iett BwLy places, returned home like a solid body he could be easily! enterprise the greatest success. electricity from the ether fields of the : ALL KINDOF: MACHINE WORK

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PACE FOUR THE OCALA BANNER

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i voters of Marion county, Florida, The Work of the Supreme Court. tt 1
THEHEARST [ i I AN OCLL[ MAN INTERVIEWED I
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OCAI.A JOIN looking ahead to the needs of the The new members of the supreme

times, as well as to democratic success court went into oniee ou Dec. 1, 1002,

H(! T [COLUMN l iu the next national election, and [ ( IN CINCINNATI and in a little more than six months DaracamphRelieves

recognizing the splendid qualities of, has disposed of more than half the -

and the immediate efforts set forthin ;; cases that it has been grappling :with
Instantly or Money Refun&i.
the years past for democratic vic- w for so many years.

flND (fl t CLUB IS ORGANIZED tory by William Randolph Hearst, THE TURPENTINE INDUSTRY. The following memorandum handedto SUN BURN, CHAFING,

hereby form ourselves into a club for us by Judge Hocker who is now
Prickly Heat Insect Bites and
Stings. It
the purpose of bringing about his \ on a visit here, will be read with interest Cook
It Soothes. It Cures.
The New York Journalist Be- nomination. Judging the man by OTHER THINGS THAT CONTRIBUTETO by attorneys throughout the
Sold only In 2Sc:.,SOc. A $1.00 Bottle \ ..' ,
his splendid work as exemplified by state. its

coming the Popular favorite. his prosecution of trusts, his ever FLORIDA'S PROSPECTS. Number of cases on docket Dec. 1, FOR SALE BY ANTI-MONOPOLY DR\.I.. rnREHUDDARD& ( '

ready hand to relieve the oppressed, I UNJ2:) 9.Di"llOit't1.

Ex-Consul Ceo. G. Mathews Tells his constant warning to the Ameri of froia Dec. 1.1902 to end -
Phosphate and Oranges ConstituteTwo .
Why Hearst Should Receive the can people through his editorials of term:

Nomination Great Products that Add Opinion, Division A..................... 4 MAODUPHARDWARE
Democratic Presidential his courage to oppose capital and
Wealth to the Srate-The "H. .............., b
-The Signers of the Club.To combines and his willingness to expose Right Kind of A Citizen to .. Court. ................... 3

the Editor: of the Oca.a Banner.: crime in high places, convincesus Have. Per Curiams, Division! A............... 7

Hearst that he is the man to bear the .. B.............. 5
In presenting a petition for a Edward Holder, of Ocala, Fla., Court..1
democratic banner to victory.
club I find a great willinguesa upon brother of the late f Hid Holder, and Dismissed ........... ................... 3 DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, AGRICTLTl H | Mi.
Every elector who wishes right and ifMENTS
the to join with us
of people
the part who is at the Gibson House in Cincinnati
about hIS nomination.Yet justice to prevail is hereby invited to Total..................31j BARBED WIRE CUT AND
in bringing ,
has faith in his adopted DKKKE
great ] of January term 1903. PLoWI
admitting join with us in securing the nomination j Disposed ,,
few though
there are a ,
shake their heads and : for president of the United State state, and he gave a glowing accountof Opinions, Division A. . ... . 45 WIRE NAILS, PAINTS
his worth, say what is being produced there to an .. .. .. ....... 34 PL.VNETJu.ONOVlCCi.TIVATOite .
of William Hearst New
Randolph '
"Not now, later!I" Enquirer reporter. Mr. Holder represents ............. 9 1
It is so much easier to ride a winning York, by joining the Wm. Randolph] a Cincinnati company which 1 Per Curiams, Division A.......... 38 OILS, VARNISHES, ATLANTIC AU.HI4,

horse. Hearst Club No. 1, of Marion county, 1\ B........... 30 Ii

the actions Florida. controls large phosphate beds! in Flor Court........................ 1 WHITE LEAD, OF GAMIHWCOOKIXG T\JtU
often
Policy too tempers .
Geo. O. Mathews C. E. Brown, sr. ida. He said :
of men where unselfish duty should "The of Florida this Total..174Disposed ALL KINDS OF
L. S. Beck F. W. DittoC. orange crop 'OYU

guide. H. Mathews C. M. Brown,jr. year will amount to about 1,500,000 of June term 1903. (to
What we of the south want is a P. V. Leavengood L. H. Dosh GLASS AND PUTTY
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boxes. lit 1&93;just before the freeze July 30.) HBATKKS, GKAffnt
the in a E. T. Williams Jumes Duffy
change: from party power; cought us, Florida produced from Opinions, Division A. ............. 13

f party that has done, and is doing. so 0.E. A.C. MoLeod Farris Allen J. J. TiptonB. Rodgers 5,000,000 to 6,000000; boxes each season, B. ............. 11 IRON PIPES AND FITAND TIJrWAlf, en

1 did and Court. .. ......... 9
H. Norris E. L. FreyermuthC. but the freeze great damage '
I Per Curiams, Division A. . 23Ik TINGS, EVERYTHING \ IKOK A1i1ft11
L. Biltinger J. E. BaileyL. the just beginning to re. ,
I growers are ]I il It TJ ......;..:..:.. f>
M. Graham J. L. Smoak
cover from it. Florida is also growing Dismissed ..' .................. ...... 5 N THE LINE OF BUILD BOLTS, KOPts Ft'
> E. F. Forbes Wm. DillaberryF. LLtnBLUE
a great deal of grape fruit now. Ten

E. Harris R. N. bosh Total..................6:1 ING
J. Mathews Willie BarnesR. years ago this fruit was fed to hogs, MATERIALS ETC.. ETC. YJ.attIL
Grand total..............26S:! ern
Connor J. R. DuffyC. and' today iu Boston it sells for S-S

C. Priest N. LopezP. per box, and there are only 36 to a box. Remaining docket July 30, LARGEST

H. Gillen Wm. DahonW. 1903.................. ...............163 STOCK-LOWEST PRICE
They grow in clusters just like grapes,
it E. Hutson 8. T. Sistrunk
; w and are in such great demand in this Hubbard i MacdufT Ocala ria.
k B. S.Titus E. L. CarneyL. The one hundred and sixty-three ,

Dozier T. E. PasteurB. country and Europe that American cases now rpnminiiHr on thp docket
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Cam have invested deal 1
J. E, StevensR. capitalists a great --

I;:& : II Carroll Dr. W.C. Lindsey of money in Cuba for the purple of include all the uewt-ases to date. 111f" '111111l1i111111liIl11111111111111iiIIlIIiIIIlttltttttttttmP '," ," ," !" ," ," '," ," '" '

J. B. Malloy C. H. DameA.
Notes About Ocala .
growing grapefruit for the! export People.Mr. P
J. Beck H. A. FauecttJ.
trade. : and Mrs. Maurice Strauss, of
'1'. Lancaster H. W. Long P
THE ICKI'EXTIXK; TKAUE. Ocala with Mrs. :StrausV sister Miss
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# r Picnic at St. Johns Next Wednesday.
"Florida also produces a great deal
aex Gottleib, who has been visiting her, r r i
A grand educational rally and picnic of and can there
turpentine, one guess
have: been guests of Mrs. Herlack, on
will be held at St. Johns churchon i is in it, aa today it sells at Go
money Third street. Miss Gottleib left lat

Wednesday, the l:'th. cents a gallon, and men made money night for her home in Cincinnati. I B A N K E J R'SI i iE

Prayer and praise services will begin from it a few years a!;o, when it soldat *

at 10:30 a. m. Uev. J. P. Hilburn _: cents a gallon. The productionof
)Ii'lOlet Harris, the charming r
r : will deliver a stirring address upon phosphate is also l growing wouder- daughter of Editor F. E. Harris, of

religious education at 11 o'clock, and fully. We export lim),()("' tons an- Ocala, will spend a part of next weekin I CLUBBING111ST ;

WILLIAM IU VOlI'H HEARST. will be followed by oilier distinguished nually, and 5 OUIM.K< ) tons are kept for the city the guest of her uncle, Mr. i

-- -- speakers.The home consumption and the demandis W. K. McDonald, on Second street. -- .
much to intensify race hatred and good people of adjoining neighborhoods I
growing every year because of the .. *
id planting seed that will germinate are cordially invited to
joinus
condition of the land
impoverished
Mr. Thomas!! H. Harri, a popular I
perhaps in race conflict. with well filled baskets and assist
throughout the country. The phosphate young conductor of the A. C. L., with 'i'
The organization of Hearst clubs i e e
in the
making occasion a success and
: rocks look a great deal like the headquarters at DeLand, is in the

will create enthusiasm that will lead of lasting benefit in the interest of limestone rocks in this section of the city. =r= \

to his nomination. the cause to be represented.The country, and the word phosphate. is ---

Mr. Hearst is not a lawyer, \but i is a musical talent of Cottage Hill We have made .
special .. 'a.
only a commercial term. The yellow Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Redding will .ntA.mllt" ." w f

;" scholar, and ha proven by his success Fellowship and Blitchton is respect- pine industry is also a great industry move next week into their handsomenew st! can offer the following rates to al Nisi. .hill....
in the newspaper businessthat he possesses fully to assist in
requested singing.
with us, but is now getting residence on the Boulevard. vance subscribers :
au executive ability unsurpassed A. W. Woodward, with a corps of in Florida and timber :
scarce
very : THE
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Jackt
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by any one in America.He assistants, will furnish an abundanceof t t
men are going to Spanish Hondurasfor .
Mr. C. S. Phillips, a prominent con- Weekly Times-Union, $1 a ..",
i is rich, not oppressing the ice cream and cold drinks for all, 50 ,
their supplies. In fifteen years it tractor of Ocala is in the -
poor, but by inheritance judicious the proceeds to be applied to furnishing will be almost city.- E THE OCALA BANNER and Th C.....,,[*r i i
impossible: to get Jacksonville Metropolis, Aug. 1.
an's
application to business. :: paper] 81.75 a year
the at Martel.
parsonage t1
;yellow pine in the United States, andit
From the field of journalism he receives The public (including candidates) will be uecce&sary to go to Honduras Plymouth Church and the Negro. E THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta lari.W.uk'' t1

a princely income with which Rev. Lyman; Abbott, the present E: Journal $1.75 a
respectfully invited to attend.H. and British Columbia for foot year.
every
f be bestows untold blessings the W. LOXG. pastor of Plymouth church, does not jg THE OCALA
upon Used in this country. Many capitalists I I BANNER and Thric+WMk liar !i
oppressed poor of the United States. hold the same views with the late York \\ orld. $1.65 a t
The Ocala Banner's Special Edition. are now buying up the forests year

Mr. Hearst will be opposed by some '1 he Ocala Banner is soon to issue a there Lewis > of the Panama canal. Henry Ward Beecher. THE OCALA BANNER and Atittttz Y.-kly c.
: of the New York for it is natural The following is Rev. Lyman All.pott's -

papers magnificent trade edition, designed to When the government begins build- = stitution, $1.75 a year !\t
that should be most recent utterance: "It is
they little
vious of his magnificent success.a en- exploit and advertise the resources ing it yellow pine will be in great demand safe to assume that the African race ZF THE OCALA BANNER and UppiMtfl'ipE \t..

and posiibilities of the section in and fortunes will be made. zinc, $2.75 a year t tr :
If he receives the nomination there is socially and temperamentally different -
which it is published. The edition But when the supply is finally ex-
Is little doubt of his from the Anglo-Saxon race. -
the
getting big- will be in charge of Mr. L. J. Brumby hausted one wonders what will be |= Cash Must Accompany all Order,
; gest vote ever given a presidential The negro is not merely a sunburnt .
which insures that it will be in every done for turpentine, and what will be r
candidate. white man. It is also safe to assume
rerpect a representative and ably pre- substituted for it. In Florida men | Address THE
Lincoln said the people could! not that whatever that race may be in the : OCALA BANNER, MiM. JWi ; i
pared publication. There are few are now drawing the stumps of the = -
future it is at inferior -------
present as a race
be "fooled all the time." And it is
agencies more efficient in advertisinga trees from the ground and extractingthe =-E CUT OUT THIS COUPON. FILL IN AND.. TO 11N i.Nlra I

time the talk: about nominating someone section and inducing immigrationthan turpentine from them, and they has three to the centuries Anglo-Saxon.of The and one == ..i"i i .."t"." .. ......... ..... .......... ......**... i'1
who supported the Palmer and i slavery unnumbered ::: t5'
PUBLISHER OCALA BAKNKR ,
such special issues. They an- are also uses for their products ;
.
Buckner ticket be it is centuries of barbarism be- :::4
stopped as
onlya swer a multitude of questions and are such as creosote." Enclosed fit>J. D'4..n.. c-4 } ;
resort to divide and distract the hind it; the other race has ten cen :: ojI ',
most efficient solicitors of investors leaisess Cat be Cirei turies of Christian civilization behind =l' "*"' for which send me n. W.. %.k....... sae !
Not -
organization.!
men party could be nominated one nor of electedif those and homeseekers. We certainly by local applications, as they cannot it. If the Anglo-Saxon race of today _- 'J''.. ... ......... .. ... ra, w I'" .kwq. ..' 4 1

nominated. would not decry the work of the reach the diseased portions of the ear. were not superior to the African race -_-:1':e. in the Banner ,.. ...... .

other agencies that have so ably advertised There is only one way to cure deafness i -"J' '
of today it would be either because ;.. .
)Ir. Hearst has all the needed facilities and that is by constitutional aas9e. .
this section, but we honestly ::: 0" t
to elect himself. I remedies. Deafness is caused by an I the African is naturally immeasurably == q ,
believe that the special edition issued Por -
He is possessed of a good mind, is well inflamed condition of the mucous lining the superior race or because cen- -_ . by the Metropolis} two years ago", has of the Eustachian Tube. When p 5 iIIe .
educated, and has newspapers and turies of Christian eaucation pro- 4 .
done more for Miami and Dade this tube is: inflamed you have a rumbling -1' .
means to put the needful propagandainto duces no effect on ch aracter." -: 'r Date. I .,. t.t4.
county than any advertisement that sound or imperfect hearing, and a .
the hands of voter throughout End ::: ;rti,+ a"F.ftF.. fF..s.' . a. .a. '
every of Bitter
has been sent out from here.-Miami when it is entirely closed, Deafness is Fight.
this vast country.L the result, and unless the inflammation "Two phiysician ahd a long and stud- i
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Metropolis. H H H HJUlllH{ JH H JUJU IUlUU1'UJU' { IUjUl"autuu :
If the southern people are looking can be taken out and this tube restored born fight with an abcess on my right

f ahead Suicide Prevented. to its normal condition, hear- lung" writes J. F Hughes af DuPont, -
to tbeirown interestand wish to The ......
statling announcement that
a ing will be destroyed forever; nine Ga. "and gave me up. As a last resortI T -
receive their share of the blessings so preventive of suicide had been discovered .
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh tried Dr. King's New Discovery for 1
liberally bestowed at the present time will interst many. A run down which is nothing but an inflamed condition Consumption. The benefit I receivedwas I

upon the republican north they must system, or despondencp invariable of the mucous surfaces. striking and I was on my feet in a THE CLUB no to :..; 1';.

rise to the emergency of the occasion, precede suicide and something has We will give One Hundred Dollars few days. Now Iv'e entirly regainebmy -

sacrifice individual preferences and been found that will prevent that condition for any case of Deafness (caused by health. It conquers all Coughs,

which makes cuicide likely.At catarrh) that cannot be cured by Colbs, Throat and Lung trouble. Gua-

L help name some one who can and the first thought of self destructiontake Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu ranted by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store Cuisine First Class. Rim Run.."' ..

Will be elected. Elecrric Bitters. It being a greatit lars; free. and Tydings & Co. Price SOc, an 1.00.

That man, in my judgment, is Wm. being a great tonic and nervine will F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. Trial bottle free. m i-i

U. Hearst, of Sew York. strengthen the nerves and duffle up Sold by Druggists, 75c.Hall's The Bible publications of the Oxford Refurrjisljcd T roug out. Sped! RIM bj it.... ,
the
GEO.0.MAT1IEN'S.REhOLUTIO system. It's also a great Stomach, Family Pills are the best.
.
,- Liver and Kidney reguldtor. Only I I univeristy press have been issued for .I I

50e, Satisfaction guaranted by AntiMonopoly Bourke Cockran denies that he is I 300 years and can be published in 150
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\ Drug Store and Tydings & going to renounce his American citi- languages and dialects. Orders for I
We, the undersigned democratic, Co. m I zenship. MRS. TIIOS.. 13.111'K.: J'U" rl'w _
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VOL.txxti'II, NO.2 OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST 7, 1903. DOLLAR A YEAH

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. I'AU c::;; lUUI nu !s. t::al,Editor OCILA[!l! SCORES[ R[ HI A I DAY D!l I P SERIOUS RUNAWAY. I SCHOOL BOARD Disbursed during July -S43-5.SO- Important Decision

I
l flUPPENlNGS ABOUT "'TOWN. I ti i r Mr. Louis Lang, and Miss Daisy Balance in treasury $3841.82
II Regular Monthly Meeting-Official
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Milligan Thrown From a Vehicle W. D. CAKX, .1' Lower Insurance Rates to b.

}]r, Herbert Anderson is Iu Gaines- People Flock In Numbers from :I and Narrowly Escaped Death. Proceedings.The Secretary. Given to Persons who do
board of public instruction in I; not Drink Alcoholic
f111.00 Irgal 1 bustIl ..t I Oeala's big jay proved to be a very Points For Advertisers. i Liquors
and for Marion county, Fla., met this I
all Sections of the State badoue for Mr. Louis Lang, a prominent Some
advertising is useful -
Cu ham was as an i i i
HIM Gertrude among : the 3rd day of August, 1903, in regular -
I' in Ocala turpentine operator of Dexter.As object lesson to teach advertisers how !;1 By a recent decision cf one of the lured *
IbIGaineavilley'ouugladies session with (}.S.Scott, chairman;
he was driving Into the city yesterday not to do it. insurance compaalei of the UoiuJ
r. B. II. Blitch and J. S. Grantham
I l..urd" States, lower rates are to be linG than
, BIG CROWDS WITNESS R0CES morning, accompanied by Some things improve with age, but
n present. persons who do not Indulge la the UM at
: Mr. & T. l> left yesterday for Miss Daisy Milligan, some piece of an advertisement is of
, Minutes of last meeting read and not one them. Intoxicating liquors. This U J Jest for
grtbrttw. where she a ill spend sev- -- the buggy gave way, causing the What
approved.The an advertisement suggests is statistics from all sources slow that the

enlwftkl._ The A. c. L Special Brings In 1,350. shaft to fall: to the ground, and following schools were granted frequently of more importance than i CM of alcoholic drinks always pre41I

John R. Martin's "Miss Maranda" the horse to take fright and what it says. i poses to kidney troubles, tad Brtght'e
Mr. L. J. Clyatt, of Gainesville, is amounts named below for repairs: 'I Dimie, Diabetes and all other fatal kid.ney .
he became and '
unmanageable ran
Win's First Prize Ocala's The vital question that a'
ni.brothers, Messrs. Vernon Belleview $25 Fantville f8 confronts diseases far
! -iUDI- ; ; Key ,; are more frequent among
I Track Pronoueeed Best in the buggy violently against a telephone merchant of today is not will it ,
pay drinkers of beer sod aloolcUo beverages
i p4 W. \\.Clyatt. Pond, $5. The following were grantedfor
I Florida. post, toppling it over and completely to advertise? but how can I make my than among thou who da no4 Udulj
new buildings:
I )1'Pauline' Sullivan returned As predicted in these colums yesterday demolishing the buggy. advertising most effective? 'I in them.
Pedro ( Blitchtou ) Pine I
$50 $
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a recent address before the Senate of
rnUr\iy from a week's visit to Mil!!! proved to be a "red letter day" Mr. Lang and Miss Milligan: were advertisement that attracts at- I
Grove, sash for 8 windows; Gum the United Stiles, lion J. IL GlttnCfr,
Palmer at Duuediu.Mr. both bulled to the ground and Mr. tention and
in the inspires confidence
Jrele history of Ocala. combines .
Senator from New .
Springs, sash for 8 windows. ilampthlre, gate la

Edward Hiller will leave today Mr. Arthur Glass, the popular laug received a number of severe I Election returns for the Griner the chief requisites of successful results of most thorough lnvetlf afloat

train master of the A. C. L. railway, bruises and cuts, but fortunately none publicity. The rest is merly a matterof made to ascertain the d ed.of bHr driak-
Farm special tax school district, held
California to Join bU family who of them are of a serious nature. detail. ,, Ing upon the health and life of tndlvl4nala.
informed that he in
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us brought over I
in making a tour of the west. Miss August 3d, were canvassed and the !: lie showed ccnclualrtly that ateal
Milligan miraculouslyescaled '
hU line the In advertisement be sure'
on specials 1,350 passengers writing
following result declared: W. P. all cases of Bright' DiseaM were saner
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tin. Morgan C. Looney and little and there were a large! number o unhurt with the exception of a I Chuiker, Hulluni Jones and J. J. you are right-then write. : by beer drinking and ttat otter fatal kid

ion,George returned yesterday from excursionists who came in on the slight bruising one knee. j LulTuian were elected trustees and a 3 It is a wise ad., writer who knows ney troubles had the same: origin M a".1..

Mr. Lang was picked up unconscious when he has As prottbly a large majority of
, till week' vlelt( to Seabreeze.Mr. regular trains on both roads. i said 'nough.Hetailerand two
_______ millle'y carried. drink beer It becomes of
f but won recovered and was Advertiser. I ITo I I t cutter great
At hour numbers
to
an early began Ii
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U. B. Stewart, a prominent latched sufficiently to attend the A petition signed by 32 citizens of i i i concern to know the bed WIT 01 oreroeoa-
in from vehicles up
: young travelling man of Albany, X. come tbe country in races. I' the McIntosh special tax school dis cure a cold in one day. !*!.i Ing Its effects upon the kidneys There.

and on horseback.The i Take Laxative nothing that will so quickly make Ue kU-
Bromo .
I 1eerestthe Ocala House yesterday. trict was presented to the board protesting Quinine Tab
The horse broke his shoulder -
colored had lunch runaway neys rI.htln these cases u FOLET' Ko-
, people
f
lets. All
-- -- ------ against the trustees of the druggists refund the money
and it is feared it will have to be KIT Cca>e. If taken early U will care every
, )CHtfoed! Anderson, Misses Mary stands on every corner and all along j McIntosh district recommending all if it titHes to cure. E. W. Grove's
form of trouble aDd .
kidney la
shot. The horse was a fine ani- even Uf*
t and lteh tea Anderson went to At- the side streets. It is hardly an ex- very .! northern teachers for the McIntosh signature is on each box.jc less cases It will give relief. It I Is aa tost *.
mal aud was to have been entered in
I Untie leash yesterday to spend aggeration to siy that there were at i H-hool and asking the county board to preparation and eta be reltal upon ode
tha FOLEBHONMAR
I Mvtrtl days. least a hundred of these stands, so no races yesterday.AXOTHKR- ask the trustees to reconsider their all that U claimed lot It.Postoflh'p .
tops the cough and Steal
i ----- lung
one went away hungry. and make other selection of Druif rjtor
RUNAWAY.Dr. action
trial of
la the preliminary George I
The Ocala colored band rendered I -
of and! teachers. --- ------
i he held S.11. Butch, Blitchton
&L tjlM, yesterday was to
a'iar| before the grand jury m the spirited and popular airs aud a spiritof Dr. E. Van Hood of this city, were ] Mr.J.: S. Neal.J. McCarley audI THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.

good cheer prevailed throughout drivingnie of Dr. Newsom's horses I H. W. Godwin werepreseut to insiston
vat t>f If XX
the day. yesterday shortly after Mr. Lang's the board granting the petition.

I lra. W: H. l'IJukJ daughter, There was no "rowdyism" anti no runaway. The horse became Mr. W. M. Gist, one of the trustees, (EXCLUSIVELY "OR1)1.\1. t
I'
)In. Eo C. Bennett and her iufaut arrests. frightened at the demolished buggy was present to defend the action of TWENTIETH YEAR.

daughter left yesterday fur Ii visit to Hundreds of vehicles were on the and ran away, throwing both the the trustees. The signers of the above BEGINNING SEPTEMBER; 22, 1903juireu .

Rncke and other Virginia cities. streets and all of them did a land board t
gentlemen! out of the bua gy. Dr. petition had letters before the SEVEN FOUR-YEAR
COUHSE -AgrI'ulturt', l'htIL..uy, CMI ....
ollice business.
I ).1r. It. W. Van Brunt, formerly Butch was driving and held onto asking the board to ernie their names veering, Mechanical Engineering. General &'it'IH'e, Latin $.,kotIee,
The merchants! reported good sales Two years' course in Mechanic Arfl. One"t'ars'eoursrin 11u'li.... .. "
I tactu-riu the Ocala: High School, the reins and was dragged quite a from the petition that they were ralhy and Typewritin g. Apreparatory It.,.

I baiUwt elected a teacher in the and taking the day, all in all. it was distance. One of his knees was very willing to abide by the action of the for those d s iring such preparation.course A short of IIIH court or IwowvM of Ave w,.ee Mte A

ail that was anticipated., badly! bruised. Dr. Hood I trustees. Agriculture or Horticulture. Po!>iraduate fours are ul*. udfif Ht.
LH Q Academy at Tallahassee for the escaped The dormatories are under the immediate
fcuitrvision
the ) : of t.'UIU.-, uan
The ball and races were
games Mr. Gist stated that make effort to infuse
BS every
uninjured. equally into the students
lint year. mental a spirit' "hlffi J.-. r .....
the popular attractions in the after- These were the only accidents that many citizens at Mclntosh as signed. corrective, moral and physical development. Fine ilmna.ium, regllh.4., s..

Waatrr Wake Wells entertained noon and the new race course received were reported to us on our big day the petition and representing more first class 5.PriiKqBl"dof-11 fctudems- H- modern brrtlll.. aril

his Iltde friend at a most delightful splendid christening.The but these were bad enough. pupils than those who signed above TUIT10.V I'KEK TO FLOIUDA S'1'l'Ill'Iti. >U I'llliH. '

Wrtbday party Wednesday ufteruoou.Tl two ball games one betweenthe petition, are in favor of sustaining: the For Catalog.Addreu
! A Social
Attraction.
I >< little children fcpeut a very happy Valdosta and Ocala white teams appointment of the trustees. T, H, TALIAFERRO C. E. Ph. D., President.
There will be a social and musicial
ihtrUolID.l and one between the Gainesville and After hearing both sides and considering Lake
I City flo.h .
evening at the Armory on Thursday, I I
witnessedby
Ocala colored teams, were
the claims, the board instructed -
WL n you want a physic that is August the 27, under the auspices of .'-
l 114 large numbers. the to refer the petitionto . .
& Iud g'utle4JjY to take and the Episcopal church, consisting of secretary -: ::' -'- '- ':..---:. ; : '- '- U itT
. Cvrulo to act, always use Chamber The official members of the race the trustees! and ask them to giveit
musical and other attractive features,
Will towo'h and Liver Tablets. For course association were in high glee careful consideration and consider
1,1 Mle by all druggists aud medicine including a lecture by the Pkev. H. W. Special Sale inMEN'S
and heard nothing but splendid com- ing the disturbed condition of the
4Kl.n, m Little on the Floia and Fauna of the
pliments passed on the track, the echool, if in their judgment they can i

WASTEI>_Ki: | 'rienced guards for stand and everything connected Mozambique. A supper will be serv-
grand make one or more changes, that will
ed st six o'clock after I and
commencing ,
state eonvlcU and turpentine farms with the grounds. Strangers say : bring about more harmony in the LADIES'i
..':).1.11) which the musical part of the pro :1
M |Ilt'r mouth and board. Ocala has the finest track in the school and secure as good teachers as
Addrm gramme, and the other features of i
Mermt
Powell Co. Gardner
state. those already recommended, that UNDER VESTS.
R- the evening, will be given.
StiudltwMr. There were two races and seven this board would advise such action. I e
i "The blood is the life." /Science has
half mile
entries, and a very pretty The petition of the Flemington
aDd Mrs. W. I'
> Lee, Miss Ruby never gone beyond that simple state j

1ft of Ijalnwivllle and Miss! Ruby exhibition heat by Mr. Trumpeller'smare ment of scripture. But it has illumi school was granted the privilege to

Melntjrf "Queen of Florida;" time nated that statement and given it a move the FJemingtou school house
tNivauuah
were among Meg's French) Balbrigan Shirts that sold for 50c.
ib, txcurnlooUts yesterday and were 1.81-4. meaning ever broadening with the increasing from iU present location, to a location I I

The following is a summary: breadth of knowledge. When the and
selected Now
the CUHu of Mr. aud Mrs. M. E. on Flemingtoii 35c.Men's .
the blood is bad it is not
or impure B
Robta1on. First race-3 minute class! Mi-s Archer public road. .
,
alone the body which suffers through

W I Maranda,owned by John R. Martin, disease. The brain is also clouded, The secretary was instructed to ask French Baibrigarj Drawers that sold for
t carry m stock along with ,
scores won first prize; Jennie V., owned by the mind aud judgment are also affected for sealed bids from any bank, firm

.otbtr pill, the celebrated Ramon's W. B. Conoley, of Brooksville, sec- and many an evil deed or impure or individual for lowest rates and best o 50c now 35c.Men's ,

user Pills A Tonic I'ellets-in fact we ond ; Miss Bradley, owned by C. R. thought may be directly traced I I' terms to advance money sufficient -

Irt headquarters of all kinds to the impurity of the blood. No one
pills Tydings, third; horse owned by J. W. to meet the deficiency '
neccessary Balbrigan Shirts that sold for 25c
-tat Me can be well balanced in mind and body
The ntyou to try Ramon' Crosby, fourth. Purse S175. whose blood is impure. Xo one can in the expenses of the schools s

nUDulaeturt'r. claIm them to le Second race-2:31)) class-Entries, have a wholesome and pure life unless for the approaching school term. The now.2Oc.Men's .

the b* t-our cUlitomers,who use them, Billy Sheen, owned by S. A. Stand- the blood is pure. Foul blood II I. bids to take effect October, 1st 19<)3.

"J they pod them to be the best, and ley; Nellie Payne, owned by Guss can be made pure by the use of Dr. I' Mr. Nathan Mayo and G. T. Stroz- t Balbrigan'Drawers'; that sold for 25c

R w.Ltlie"e Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. I I
are the bet.25c. Po-t Crossett, of Jacksonville; Maud ier appeared before the board both
Oml.'t Druar l tore. m When the blood is pure, body and .I now 20c.Ladies' .
Two
owned by H. H. Whitworth. brain are alike healthy and life becomes wanting to buy the school house at

Mr. H nry T. Jlurgin, of the United former tied, winning two heats each, a daily! happiness Free, Dr. Summbrfield and in view of the fact o Ribbed
Vests that sold at 15c. to
$tate Cotpw. Cadets, West Point, who and the race will be completed at 4:30 Pierce's Common Sense Medical Ad. that the house is located fifty yards of front

Ii fDdlng his two months! vacation o'clock this afternoon. viser,1IIOS pages, 800 illustrations, is the depot and near the stores it 25c. now going at IOc.

II lni county, U In the city, the NOTES. sent free on receipt of stamps to d e- was moved and carried that the house 11

Nat of George MacKay, George Robinson of be sold and be built in
Me **, Clifford and Guy fray expense mailing only. Send one a more

f AJ, for a few day and J. C. Boozer were judges and W. 21 one cent stamps for paper covers, or suitable location.Mr. .

-- --- B. Trumpeller, of Jacksonville, star- 31 stamps for cloth, to Dr. B. V. I Mayo and (i. J. Strozier were MS
lol1.ltoLtrt I-:. Davis of fiainsville CALL1M
ter. Pierce, 663 Main street, Buflalo, X. Y. both asked to make sealed bids: for
*It
to the city, a of the Ocala shows the I
guest! Queen of Florida's time
Rifles Shoot. the house. The bids were made and
Hon*. H. DavU one (rof the best records that be made ou Ocala's S BAZARJ '
I may $230 and
howl The Ocala Rifles held their regular opened. Mayo biding I

attorney the state land is track later. quarterly target practice yesterday on Strozier $171. The house was declared PAITERNS


7 prominently mentioned for the this afternoon between
The race sold Mr.
to Mayo.
** the range east of the city. t
Jcrtlon l
t and Nellie Payne -
Billy Sheen promises Mr. R. E. Brigauce won the beautiful The treasurers report was examined

to be an exciting one and will and follows
Davidson medal by making a approved as :

) to Mollie Allen, of South Fork, no doubt be witnessed by a large score of 49 out of a possible 50. Balance in treasury from last

"*',.*. the has prevented attackscholera crowd.
S4024.2S The
Sr The distance was two hundred report.
luorbus by taking Cham- The gate receipts were $300 and the
yards. Received from A. C. Croom, 0r
Ltrla1o"lSlomach and Liver Tablets ___
flea abe felt au attack coming on. grand stand $37. If you know a poor old stifled horsea tax sale. 2 S.S4

Aueh attcks are usually caused by What was the matter with two of horse with a sore back, a barbed- Received from E. L. Carney'sschool :CBOSTONCe

IAd1cflllon 1 and these tablets are just Ocala's prominent phosphate and oil wire wound, unnatural growths, stiff levy for 19oi 32.20

1tbat U needed to cleanse the stomach ? joints or swollen limbs, send him
men Received from E.: L. Carney's
and ward od the approaching attack. awund. We can cure him with a few STO RE
rolls of l'J02. 2' .OO
Attach
of bilious colic be application of Ramon's Nerve and
may pre-
toted in the lame way. For sale by FOLEY IIONEY: TAR Bone Oil, 23c. Post Office Drug Store.m j

as tt diclne dealers and druggists. m l Cures Colds; Prevent Pneumonia Total receipts 4328.62.: J

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1 THE OCALA BANNER f
PACE SIX
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!I IT WAS THE OTHER PAPER. 1 1I I...N....................: I 113 an aspirant for the plum. Not wit: That so much of the Indianwar Disfigured Skin f

THE OCALA BANNER. only that, but over around Ocala they claim due the state of Florida
f
I : POLITICAL CHIPS Wasted..... tma tieesytni era.. a
I A few weeks before coming to De- have not yet ceased to consider Gen. should be used in paying ofl the bonded What Mwt I

Editor. Land the governor sent the following .. Bullock as being in the race. So it indebtedness of the state, thereby Scrofula, lit close I* t'ap61o... 4 .? "-
FSASS HAES1S .
telegram to his friend, Forbes : relieving the to a great extent and more.
will havea
the voters taxpayers
looks though
as
STATE PRESS. : It It eanMonly BMrkt-d H > .
Y. Leire:?::!, 2): i:ess la.a6er. "Hold the fort, Doctor, I am with : FROM THE sufficient number to select from.- of the burden of taxation the heck IntMnnMifc ,, -i. ,OJ'-,?' )>*4t.* *

you to the end." .........................1 pe.sit i ett-ttrh: and ivnrri, 10-' .t ,
Forbes is taking a keen interest in Pensacola Press.: "?!. That we hereby endorse his free It it always radically anot t i.u vtmna
Fullers earth has been found in the cured byHood'.s
every move on the checker board m .... use of the veto power and pruning

j Florida and, it is said wired the governor northern part of Madison county. Great goodness gracious! when is knife in cutting down the lavish appropriations Sarsaparilla

something This Wbkb rants all bun...M jr*. .
it's new. *
follows when the Every day
recently as to Capt. James MC- of legislaturethat A
this thing stop' a prodigal tlont and build. -(> br rte '?"**
attempt was made to pull Jennings county certainly has a great future.- betbrr fuuutf ur u4II.
Kay, Tampa, is now discussed as a seemed to be the willing tools of
r1- off and let him run for congress from Madison Recorder. ....... 11... C1Ift h.., III. .. .
the first district: !! .... probable candidate for governor. an insatiate lobby apparently for the .aty eatIsra. ..-t.s. ,0.5 ..4 '_ '

Rochester, X. Y. Having disposed of his bank stock When the Herald suggested that benefit of a few educational institu

"Don't let them sidetrack yov, gnv the Hon. Jno. N. C. Stockton will everybody be urged to run in order to tions. NEWS RECcrveo IN tk1,8Alp.

ernor, hold the fort, I am with you to it did not That find in Governor W.
now proceed to raise his voice from a make the campaign lively, 3. we
the end. Volusia is all right, and Ejection of tart fr .4N. Tt H*..
"' our stock paper: there will boom you." mere whisper to a penetrating anti. expect to be taken seriously. However S. Jennings a patriot and friend of Been a trpm .

MOTTO: THE BANNER, BELIEVING TO J. F. FORBES, Ph. D. corporation .-Palatka News. Capt. McKay is!! a tine man and distributive justice-virtues: that were: Lorri>a. AU MC 4 ..*. III tN ....
WELL ABLE
THOSE TAKK CARE AT THE OF TOP THEMSELVES, HAS -DeLand News.DELANO. .... has in him the elements of an excellent woefully wanting in the major portion Uoo of OtidlaJ Srto MEaflaal ..... rtli b.t
With Talliaferro and first thro ft TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRICADES FLA., Aug. 4, 1003. Jennings, governor. If he should run and of the legislature. Like Protestor urtm
WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, Stockton all at Punta Gorda at the Press t ;o.k' torn X*. Y.rft TW
AND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR To the Editor ol the Ocala Banner. be elected, the ship of state would be Markham, he has given a message fad31; 8M8iMIt04 u, n. t'L

TIER BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THE The above apeared in the last issueof same time and speaking to the same" in safe hands.-Punta Gorda Herald. of hope to Those of our class who are church aulkerttl.e &III": may'sho .

BOTTOM. excellent credited to people, the voters will have an ad. 'liD ('!tu.. tJI :.nrr!. ,
.- -. your paper, .... continually oppressed! with the laborsof [eI
-' -- mirable chance to cast their ballot for hero pe..lta. tM aptlltfn'aev .. aal1ttM5X
DeLand News. I wish to state
the A BUGLE BLAST FOR BKOWX. the hoe and can only see degradation
FRIDAY, AUGUST 7 1903. tt t&NtMI Cs'ia ai. ip
that the article never appeared in the their fa\'orite.-Tampa Tribune. Hon. C. M, Brown, of Ocala, can for the toiling masses in Hub- "1 am ells the .&. ttuu to .*.* Mi
I ....
The ladies! now wear men's fancy I Xews.: In the first place, the News is Barrs, simmered down, is a blustering didate for governor, will soon publish bard's mess"e to Garcia. the aaepaos ea4e4 C/< a*. ....

in down that the U mid w.&' (>*(.... ta. -jVf Mouns the
running his :
platform people
hosiery and regular men's garters. not engaged any demagogue, with the unvarnished political "4. We would be pleased to havean
} .r tUm.at of the skin'- ...
What nfit Florida institution or in traducing gall and assurance of a pirate. may know where he stadds. Mr. expression in the premises from I '0 that >t pratoUly hM 11I&1' .....

any man or woman. Brown has strong following throughout brethern." '..otutioua of to lit9*. He t
Some men are like sky rockets, they His political days are numbered, and our toiling ytera tls K 4 'wtgotk

attract the most attention before The article was taken from another the popularity of his ilk a reminis- the state, and will no doubt receive Farmers of Hamilton County. ,"
just .
To .
DeLand paper, whose editor is generally Gazette- a big'otlC'. The race, by the .... the Cattoik of t.n1tt. .< otbn
they fizzle out. cense of I'opulism.-Dlytona as. a ..... a...ptl..
supposed to be in the employ of time the primaries are held, will nar- A NEW RICHMOND IN THE FIEUl. ..
TIle ,
News. tfr* Quem is ., '.,
South Floridians are the happiest those who are trying to run Dr. :. F. .... row down so that he and the Hon. R. Gen. Albeit W. Gilchri, representative kf 1aJ... but >> feigt .. i .

and most contented people: on earth. Forbes which editor is supposed to A Georgia paper goes for the Times- W. Davis! will be the strongest- during several legislative tot'S' tarter .** "wfco > ftwT .

1'rotqrity| makes everybody gl d.TIiDlIIl1 .- Union without gloves, paying that Book of teJfjnot .. ',
receive a weekly stipend of about ?:05 Lakeland Sun. sionsfromDeSotoeountyisthe one of .
Tribune. hundreds of bachelors! of that state hunted ap IE .Cflr 1.0.... ,.
for his "etl >rt!," in this behalf. .... biggest men, both intellectually and edgeuf l1.t ; &ft't't vI t.... s' s .

There is!! no truer iudicatiau of great The falsity of the article is apparent are about to move to Florida becauseof If Governor: Jennings jumps from physicially, in the great and rapidly This .?:trw>(.t. i-'.. "

character than fine toleration: towards In the first place, how would the display of beautiful girls in the the gubernatorial chair to a teat, in developing Charlotte Harbor\ sectionof 1'tN'1..1 .t l"-" "It.:'..h.. ..

voting contf -t.-TinH's-Union. from the Eitlith iiw: t' n d
those of different opinions!! on any such a telegram become public property the senate he will aeeompi-b more the l\t'nihula. This Gilchrist .
.... molly ttMicuariivf 'V 'u *.. >
subject.-Peusacola Journal. if it had been font? In the Frank Clark, John Barr and J. E. along political lines than his prede movement U being fostered by men clactloD 'nae .t iif<6 ::''-', >' A a

We have found that a certain AtchIson second place, would Dr. Forbes have Alexander My, what a hot time is!! cessors. Messrs. Perry and Blosham and under conditions which seem to minster ryr> II M!.. the, ";1'3 't. .

woman' injured and hurt look signed i a telegram-and such a tel ahead: for the people who are fortu- had senatorial aspirations, but their make it the most important featureof &MT pope If a qa'.-t *>.t it k'
Las not Biin4 fc'ifb ). .- '' ,
U due to her husband's! purchase!! of a gram-Ph. D.? nate, or unfortunate, as to live in the ambitious were never realized. Mr. the present excited political Mutation probably will pwtku x ,s > i. 4"

Panama hat costing more than her: The opposition to the University second congressional; district.--Palat- Fleming retired to private life upon iu Florida, and largely because. of to harmnciw coa"'ri-rg .. "' t',

Latcoht.-Atchison Globe. are lying so fast that they don't even ka Herald.A leaving the governor's chair. There the strong and sterling;: character of The few who ark at'f|i. !.'"

take time to write plausible lies. .... appears to be an unwritten law the central figure himself. Gen. Gil- him say t. it hlfi. iy < *'.. .;....< > .v

Russell has MAX OF TilE PEOPLE Italil.D aoe Nssr aau ya. ,...
Sage just celebrated his Kindly: insert this, giving it as much candidates for against Florida governors being s-eu- christ has many elements of strengthand friend o: Kteg H.,.b rt r>.. .. ...
have two
birthday and still applies himself publicity as was given the article Ocala may ators. Jennings as Taliaferro's successor popularity, both in Business affairs mach iafM at tltpttrtwti.E

diligently to business. The Wall incorrectly credited to the News last governor. General Bullock has not ;yet a precedent will be established.! and in political life; but above title he wwdtf ....Ib. T' sr...

street financier is ten ears Generaltlullock's given up the ideaof making the race. WM anao.aeey to br f* i
3 Palaika Herald.INVESTIGATION.
week. Fraternally yours, all are his recognized honesty in all ..
Whatever else be sold; Bullock is
may
-enior.ItisMitboralively. C. O. CODIXTOX! .... things: abundance of common sense, PANAMA CANAL TMCATvt
a people's man.-Madison Recorder.The .
Editor Th>Land News. CALLED FOR. soundness of and --
stated that the .... proved judgment
Taliaferroare In his speech (( now printed in pam- Eipeytatiesta ei ..... v.... .......
friends of Senator the faetthatall who have bad any
department will expend approximately Big Money Operations. delivered before the late .f clrl" iJ. C ttgmsNw
the most enthusiastic; set of politkians phlet form ) with him have found him
dealings!: a .,'
$IUOKHJ< ), within the next y... Aapt .. a
There was some pretty tall borrow- the "Evils of Trusts
year at Fort Barrancas near Pen- in the state since the Jennings legislature ou good man to rely upon and tie to. A awwbHf gf th. v wand ; .' .
: ing on Wall street by railroad companies Cromwell
cola candidacy has been announced. Justas Monopolies, Speaker giant in physical stature, bu mind of (N., ot tow t> >.>'I""P r.

last week. The Union Pacific certain as the sun: goes to rest this Gibbons likened the Wholesale Grocers the same robust nature. The same La cbn of tie t'aav.a ,. .3 _

Ultimate of the coming orange negotiated a .loan for $10,000,000 at 6 Association of Floirda to a giant Mild rWl' OllIe loll. ..aof
and and Stockion which has enabled
afternoon, Jennings! untiring; enegy
crop of Florida range all the way per cent. The Chicago, Burlingtonand and other evils he accused this .ewsrai *.*' ,- a. P, 4Waabtaafea ..
remain in the race, Taliaferro will be among : him to be a leader in reclaiming from 1,5)10,0110) to 2noOiO), boxes, the Quincy gave its notes for .jIO-,() of "drugging the of this Ai"la > -
elected.Tampa Tribune. giant press of the richest sections of his native CMMt0w fc. r iii Iov '. lit..,., 't

largest since the big: freeze. This is 000 at 6 per cent.and it was reportedthat ..*. slate." This is a very serious charge Florida, from a savage u ildernt* to & Ufc pft Ig tt* UI4aI ....f

in the neighborhood of :),50Ucar( ) loads. a railroad company controlled Frank Clark is a proposition which and should be investigated: for the IJutac ... di V"JM ......; g,
I "land of milk and honey has stimulated
bj the Rock Island: had secured the seems to be worrying many of those honor of the pres.We should like ...... orttmst ..ta..,. .asal.
Punta Gurtla will hip l. COO his natural interest in
fully public lad *1U *.> a tu'a. S
loan of $1q-Ni0() < [ for twelve months who would like to see "me and Biakstone" -
in the state
are
know what :
crates of pineapple" this year. Over to papers affair, and it is conceded by ..11 who .a.lI1lent' 01 -...pttis ta, .-...

&> cent of at a rate of iterest that including go to congress ; but when the being "drugged" by this great power" ttun h* litsssn'pa. fMt..rat -...'
per them will be of the are familiar with his legislative record
i is and the votes counted .,' ... .
commission, approximated 7 per cent. primary Over Titusville Star. rr-.t .
Smooth Cayene: variety, known as that he is one of the very beet: inform Of th. FMttJ& '. t* V ... ...
will wonder how it was done,
Pennsylvania railroad has just they ....
fancy pines.A ed men about the actual ecudilioo .....,a ... rr-'a' ) s '10 yPitta
sold STO.dOO.Otiu( of her stock which and then we backwoods cracKers will Punta Gordu 3.-The corn- .
August Jmee
and needs of the state and a nuwtuseful tk. \ M t. *f >
soldier ha; at last been injured in has enabled it pay off t,000,000: < borrowed Imitate our Bob and "jes' lalf.-Ja mitte which is arranging the great BM4l.M C4 .- '* .i -**.-'.. .' *
in her
legislator promoting
Breathitt count}'. He jabbed himself six months ago, and it was per News. barbecue, rish-fry and political rally '..* l'. .tt- *'.I.- *
.... interests.' -Tallahassee: 'Orrl'tipClDdWl& torI 'I I'aat, >" q. .. *
iu the knee while heroically assault. suggested: that other railroad corporations from Hon. J.
himelfto here has received letters .
Comptroller Crwm .
proves
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in Jacksonville; Metropolis. t>: "i I. I It *

lug a can of Uncle Sam's salt horse were going after the money be "short whirled" in his attempt to P. Taliaferro and Hon. J. N. C. :Stockton Is, ft. .r; ,..., I.. ',*> *

with a bayonet.-Pensacola: Journal. I} thus released. aid the chief executive in his attemptto stating; that they will be here on -m DOERHOEFER DEAD. I p'J".I't. tot ..

eOIl ; ')II iwi .- : -n. *' ?
"What is going on in Florida" i is Something Doing. hoodwink the people relative to a the date agreed! upon to present their Wes Tobacco Manufacturer of National "l '} '. ',' ....' .: e

just now a plenty, but we reduction of taxes. But, then, he's candidacies to the assembled throng,1 Reutation. Wt!v !'.r 'f <,,1- .. s .......f
are still
listening for the hammer and Yes. There must be something on the Jennings! band wagon, and Nothing has as yet been heard t*>c! vHe, Ky.. August 5 -John th, .. ... .*. ,- l,

saw to doing in all parts of the country and when the pops his rawhide Governor Jennings, who was: also invited Doehoefer, a tobacco manufacturer .i gOi,-VI* t t' .' a ,; I
ring on the walls of that governor .
sugarfactory. the newspapers, are getting their national reputation died at his hose ear> t' i : t
Croom must <, .-Jasper: News. and who is expected, will take '
TimesUnion.Harry .
pran this morning of a complication of .. prtt; I, f. 11 s. er t&s t
share, if not of prosperity at least of .
.... .
of this opportunity to an-
advantage &J".H
eases.; Mr Doerhotfer at the time of I' .a 3
McCreary's Gainesville Sun propositioiw.Olfers: of copper shares in Who! Who to put up against Bob
I .
nounce his candidacy for the senate.- his death was precedent of the ....

Is perennially bright these days. Dakota gold mining in the Klondyke, Davis for governor That is the Special to the Tampa Tribune.. facturer's Tobacco company. of this $U'LDtM LaaGvt1 frOU4rrTMNa'

Here's hoping that it will always oil boring in Alaska: scholarships, in question. Whether it is best to let city. In 1SS1 be sold the! National To
.. # cf -"p" :t... o -- as .
chine, but that it will stock in the Marconi wireless walkover to persuade baccoacrks.. of which he wa* pr*.
never get as colleges, him have a or : of Jacksonville de
Doctor Dancy ideat, :o tie American Tobacco compa ..1ft.......... I
warm as Old Sol in the "good old telegraphy, and stock in all sorts some one hungry for office to enter the clarethat! Dannette H. Mays will be ny. Shortly afterward he started .a Ptth "ih t a 4 ahe 1

mmmer time."-Tampa Tribune.Gen. of plausible enterprises simply for lists against him, and during a1h\ s Florida's next governor. If the Mon- ether larg factory the MOUft' 4 a s' .r 1. a' a.ei

Callus M. Clay who has advertising: space. after life feel like thirty cents.- ticello statesman, had any intention of works, which he sold io the eoal6lu ."H!' '.H 'I.; t,' ,' t"
just: in 1900. He entered the feld .. .
soon > ...
,
died It shows at least one thing, that the White Springs Herald. for the nomination he aad th! 9ky '" t
was as old a.* Pope Leo XIII, *... contesting as aa independent for the third ttec ** U' .i, i I',r n. ..r4

and, like Leo: was quite vigorous newspaper i is everywhere recognizedas WANTS HIM }'flR.T.RGET.. should at once forego the same. Doe- and remained there until bit IasL* ioU > .r ...

until ha received his last a factor in development.A tor Dancy is noted for not having favored He was 54 years old and of GenIu atIllat.t 'oi !
summons. Where, is this crisis, i is the Hon. "W.
extraction He started In life .. a .' *.
t"OVtC'T'!/
And successful candidate for t.
then, there was General Melas, New York magistrate has decided K. Zewad*ki, the gentheman famousfor a any tobacco summer at $1.50 a week. fix by thor :. .. r. 4Mt

who was in command of the Austrian that base ball may be played on Sunday having had himself Interviewedby office during the past few years, andas became a millionaire. br i' I "1bw \..

army at the battle of Marengo, mounted if there is no real disturbance of the Tampa Tribune? Why dosn'the a political prophet he i is below: par. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIE bex... l' to ...

booted The Doctor is one of the best: fellowsin sa "f. *6 .
and eearr f
spurred, was the and of interest in public affairs
youngat "repose religous liberty a take some The Second Alabama recto*** panne .
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however and has held the ** : w j jo.wp
t world ,
Give the
> the ,
old-young men a community." He classes golf, drive and come out and run for somethingto I Into camp at Montgomery a Ritisoo e r .0 j
'I'''' ,
chancel! official places of honor and
ing, bicycling, etc., all of which are give the newspapers an opportunity i many day.The 11M ".. .-

A piece of trust.-Gainesville Sun. Keith Carolina corpondot' cum ..., ,f I" ..
outrageous vandalism indulged in on Sunday, along with ?- Punta Gorda Herald.: y
**.. mission Las just made it* i*,ert .. ba
was perpetrated at Leon Academy baseball and that if ...4 .. -I... .
implies one ceasing tte nInes of the ralbotii M4 ", M r. Hi A gout
editors-Harris and Bite
DOING.
SOMETHING
The Ocala THER'ILL BE
Tallahassee, last week in the room amusement is to be stopped the others other common carrier la that ttMae. ft11'a 1 t ttl
occupied by Profe linger-have been keptrjuite buy: recently -f I We want to tell you right now, if ..a ha '. t. ,.. m4ltaai
sor Montgomery. houll be. He holds that public Cotton mills cootie we to ... Ioas
Entrance declining nominations for I Denuette Mays becomes a candidate tr\ I .'A. J tsladdi
: was made through the opinion has greatly changed since the r Is. New England b 'aos** of the not
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t 101 I n
windows. The state offices tendered them by other i I for governor, that Colonel Davis will I cotton situation.Secretary .
walls, desks and floors anti-amusement statues were enacted. : etf h E(1r .r., a... oa
both rcfuoe.ery posti- I a "foeman worthy of his of War Root bah ....
editors. They encounter r .
were besmeared .
with ink and a black Metropolis. I WfftI ...... .... A' "
substance, very much vely, apparently being content with i I steel." The plou b-boy statesman red the army glove coot/act: esctrred ..... In" li's4nb kt

resemblingcoal "What do you think of this idea of their lot. The newspaper business is from Jefferson is no Mack of a spellbinder by Congressman Uttaoer to At.... t1.Jn d Ie 'l.g..
tar. A handsome desk recently II Generil Knox for an optukm. to diit ,
> purchased by the school board at electing senators by a direct vote of evidently :good in Ocala.! -PensacoJa himself, and he'll make the whether tte law hat been ablated' I <

a the people". "Well," answered 1 I and the acorns I j Ij I
cost of about Journal. : welking ring drop General Gomez has complerH ''*
one hundred dollarswas
.... !
Senator Sorghum, "I don't know from every stump in crackerdom. We list of troops who served ia tV co: :
almost the 1|!
entirely rained. Following closely upon announcement -
that it would make a great deal of and take'our ban revolutionary army. Accorrt1' I
I loe a lively game you may
Mother's
that Hon. Dannette H. the hir
to stale! of paym tnt adopted. over
Editor Frank Harris of the excel- difference to me, but it would mean a word for it, "ther'll be something ;
[ $60.000.000 wU
Mays is a candidate for governor be required I
lent Ocala Banner is getting out his considerable privation to the members 1. doing the moment Dannette Mays Afro-ATerlcan Equal Rights/ lUi\I<<. a -. .. ...... -- .-..
1 word that Hon. A. W. GilchristYou .
comes : a" ... ..
s4 .root'a
i paper under serious difficulties, three of my legislature."-Washington I lays aside the cotton stalk to rear that New York. August 5.-.The Nib ...,.. ,,-., .... .'

of the force being confined to their Star. know what you are taking. j perennial plant, "the candidate. American Equal Rights Leaftie of the [ Lre. .
state of New York, Las been orp.a. aoorrs MAV4.foN.r..I

homed with illness. Taking into consideration People become Impressed with When you take Grove's Tasteless : Flotidian. Ized at a meeting in Saratoga. Oe II aaC P.O ..... ..-- .. ...

the average edition of the something in an advertisement and Chill Tonic because the formula is I .... sera were elected and the prei{.*t ere.0WfI0............M' .afMet.0. --., _; SN

Banner, Brother Harris' readers will make up their minds that nothing plainly printed ou every bottle show- "1. That we endorse the patriotic was empowered to appoint oo. peno cN.. '.... 't... I
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gladly overlook and forgive any tern but the article mentioned in an ad. ing that it is simply Iron and Quinine suggestions made by Governor W. S. from eaci cccgressionai di.trict to "" frrT apl. ....,. ,
form an executive board. Ass cittie i .\ Mk.r "Oft-\, sa t..aK .
porary shortcomings. Gainesville vertisement will suit them.-Progressive In a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay Jennings to the late Florida legislature are expected to b4 formed lastitea. trtS.t a.

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i I l I GEORGIA LEGISLATURE.Many BOER LANGUAGES.The Is the name sometimes given to whatis
CARDINAL Plum Z!
SARTO ISlEBJMESSOH Conlag-Ious generally known as the BAD DIS I

Ball Toll) News to World. Bills Are Pawed by Lower Different Kind of Dutch SpokeaIn : EASE. It is not confined to dens of r

Then Ihi! bells of St. boomedoat h"utt Africa.It vice the lower
: Peters House at General) Assembly I or classes. The purest

as :lid those of all the churches of Atlanta.Ga., August 5. Th seems a strange thing to say, but and best people are sometimes 1_

Home, giving the news to the world. house did, a little bit of all sorts yes there are three Dutch languages in. BlOOd I I PO-IS on infected with this awful malady "
The earliest Dutch settlers
After a short rest, Imps?ed by the terday. South Africa. through handling: the clothing,

Jfey' Pontiff Takes the Nameof fatigue following the emotion caused at the Cape were largely Dutch drinking from the same vessels,
The convict Question was set aa a sailors and others belonging to the low- the toilet articles otherwise
using same or coming in contact with persons
by his election, the new pontiff joined -
order for today immediately
special
Pius X. er orders Amsterdam, Rotterdam who have contracted it.

his court In the Ducal Salon, for after the reading of the i;arcul. and 11] and other Hutch seaports.: Their lan It begins usually with a little blister or sore, then swelling In the

frlACCHl. MME ANNOUNCEMENT.Tr the solemn benediction: which he wai is hoped: the house will finally dispose guage 'was e low Dutch dialect to be- groins a red eruption breaks out on
Ten'eara ago I contracted a bad C4i.
-- about to give to the people of Rome. of the measure at that time gin with, and although tUe sprinklingof the body, sores and ulcers appear of Blood Poiion. Iwaiundertrettment

+oce en Duty It &*. Peters Lined up Altho-jgh to ordinary eyes the con A new game law was passel Rather Dutch officers at the Cape did theft in the mouth, the throat becomes ofaphyiicianuntil I found that h.coold

fusion was as great as ever, to those It Is a compilation of the present Lest to preserve the language of the ulcerated, the hair, eye brows and do me( no *ood- Then began takl *
a4 PrMtnted Arnn.t-New Pope Ap. practiced in the mysteries of the vatican could not preventthe la9hcsfallout the blood s.s.s.Icommenced to improve at once
game tars of the state with severe Netherlands they ; becoming and is every short time aU evidence ot
f pear., o i Balcony of Basilica and orta- was coming out of chaos,, Important amendments Including pro diulw.-t of the settlers from still more contaminated copper colored the disease disappeared. X took Ita bot-

and the of all In the Into colloquial and and tlei and today am sound and wIlL
0l.ta4 Populace bearing presenceof toction for summer duck marsh hen further degenerating! a mere Splotches pustular eruptions
J the pop was much more formal. and: other game birds which have not I patois. Its degeneration was ores appear upon different parts of B. ::111. Wan, Morr1atowl1,Tenn.the $i

fbuma. AU"'It $.-Cu1nalIacchi: The babel of voices sank at his approach heretofore been taken Into consideratlon doubtless largely brought about by domestic body, and the poison even destroys the bones.

ItcrvU/y of *jJu.tolJc! briefs, announced while none addressed him unless .- servant and slaves-Hottentots S. S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome disease, and cures it even in the

1 ta the crowd uwmWed before 8trt he spoke first Anotha- interesting measure which Malays and Mozambique Katfirs- worst forms. It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that pollutes j

who spoke it very Imperfectly and Introduced the blood and penetrates to all parts of the system. .
( ..ri bat Cardinal Sarto had been The fC'fmaJ salutations having ter went through provides for a register
words Unless this of blood it will
into it many strange you get poison out your>
and that he had
elected pop taken minted a procession was formed. In of
be in the
of all "tea lands to kept
po and idioms. This, then, la the genesisof ruin you and bring disgrace and disease upon
the DaCD o$ Plui X. the center was the pontiff In his white of the such register to
flee ordinary,
what ** variously known as "Cape your children, for it can be transmitted from parent
robes, his figure standing out above
be considered as notice to all parties Dutch," Kitchen Dutch." "Patriot to child. S. S. S. contains no mercury or potash,

those surrounding him, his silver hah proposing to hunt, flah or otherwise Dutch,"' 'Afrikaans" and "AfrikanderTaal. : but is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound.

gleamlag under his white cap. He tresspass. ." Its basis:: is Dutch, !but the Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagioai

was surrounded by the cardinals stllla The resolution appropriating $2,000 and Blood Poison. If medical advice of
nouns have lost their declensions :you want give us a history your use,
their violet robes and preceded by to obta'n copies of Important colonial the verbs their conjugations, while and our physicians will furnish all the information you wish without any

the pontifical cross, the jewels o: records relating to Georgia which exist grammatical I gender and syntax generally charge wb 1cver. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.

which flashed as though they also triumphed only In London, and the resolution have gone by the board. To the .

In Sarto's success, while the authorize the state treasurer to trans educated Hollander of today it Is a lit- -- ---- ---- --

conclavists and prelates seemed really fer pension money from one pension ernry atrocity, and he cannot away I

Jubilant in their Joy and satisfaction. fund in which there is a surplus to with It, but to Afrikander it is his!

e The procession traversed many noble another :n which there may be deficit! ,, mother tonI, the language of his: kr

halls until it approached the win were both passed. home and his: childhood the exponentof

dow looking Into St. Peters. Frm Again the house refused to entertainthe I all that tic knows of humor and

below rose a murmur or voices, which,, proposition looking to the appointment I'l1tl10It is full of expressive idioms,
although subdued distance denoted pithy proverbs and pawky expression',
by ; If a steering committee. The Dyspeptics
likt those so dour to the lowland Foot
__ the presence of a large concourseof .
a- members opposing the steering committee
POPE rJw'S X, and yet it is: not a language, for it has F / their own esirdeas '
people.! The pope was seen to grow u'.ea think the plan puts ti-c
Tae x s on .uty tmmeditely lined no !literature. constipation before ii
pale and then Cardinal Biciliari.
turning to
much the business of the
and p&weover The second of the three Dutch languages Take
up n t.o piazza presented arms. I who stood -beside him, he sari: /Jors
house :r. the hands of the speaker : referred to might be called ",'eclesiastioil -
At 1 minute after 12 o'clock this ,
t.t..n.dQ Pope Plus X appeared inside : Xo--, I understand the emotion Only the calendar, therefore, will have Dutch," or, if you like, At LrJr? PILLS

I Pope L>o always showed when going the riga of way unless certain measures rlttin lluh'h. It is the language of Hoi f
tf t,4.i'njr of the Basilica! and blessed ,
into St. Peters to have the eyes of a are taken up ana made special land as that language wus written Ae1DTOt1iC PELLETS
tie populate, amid the acclamationsef I r
j great crowd focussed on him. It is orders. about :2iiO years npo. It is the language I' i the ooly remedies tarh assist fcJiture sod da not gat to her : lt
assembled
the HDorn>ou crowd upon I
J tie plum : almost terrifying." The following new bills were intro- of the Dutch Bible and very much resembles t way. Powerful purgotivas gripe, pain and make confirmed f ,

ol Standing: forward in the window, the duced in the house: our own authorized version in ; drug-iaken RLooo'a Remedies act gently and bee Its :,
WblU Prince CtlfJ. De master :
J : others having fallen back, he deliberately By Mr. Stovall of Chatham-To prevent its simplicity and directness of style.It system independent ot drug For tile by al dai-Ura 11
the oftelal.act
conclave was drawing -
,
the up
controlled himself and looked the adulteration of medicines or is the language of the Dutch psulin .
; i Your druggist Ui ftimitb a tree sample or a nil. /
of the election and acceptuc and .Jp books and of the devotional .
across the great Basilica. Crossing articles of food or drink in the :ins \ %
a! the newly elected pope, the works of old Dutch divines, which \ \
himself, Sarto raised his hand, and in state. Brown Mfg. Co.
latter eurrouwled by his friends, disappcaroi make the balance of the Dutch
a voice palpably tremulous, he said, By Mr. Alton; of Worth-To incorporate up \
into a small room near the farmers' literature. In it are also writ New York
as soon as:' the crlos from below gave the town of Isabella, in Worth ,
altar, where be douned, with who : ten many tracts and a few devotional x slid Oreenerilfe.Tenn. .
an opportunity: county.
ran JaY, what feelings of triumph and works by living! ministers of the hutch
"Audi-onum nostrum in famine My Mr. Mitchell, of .I"OOIn1ls-JI'o .
knmillty. lh white roves of his office.! : leforIUI't1bun'b.. To the Boer wherever
domini." amend the charter of the town of Boston -
flu X wa assisted by his conclavist, : you hind him it is the language: ; of
To this came in reply from thousands in Thcmas comity.
11 bo first knelt and kissed his master'sfcud. his church and of his religion.) This is
of voices the cry: By :Mr. Beanchamp, of Butt3- To the Hutch language which the leadersof
and thus received the first apostolic
I "Qul fecit coelum et terram." abolish the board of commissioners of the Hutch Afrikander party are Ill
blessing! given by Plus X. :
i In a thrilling voice the pope responded roads sad revenues of Butts county. t.rnrin,tl to preserve., It is never spoken -

Attired All In White. :; : In the Senate. by Afrikanders among themselves, POST OFFICI: : imrtj STOICC.: or AM. 1"e ..\.

The .:eW Pope was attend aM! in i "Sitnomen domiai benodlctum!" The senate held a short session yes- however, and it I is never written grammatically _

white *.tl:; the exception of red shoes, i Then iaisng! himself to his full terday, but when it adjourned the by them in their correspond -- ----- -- -- -- -- -- -- .y

which was Quite regular, bat he did ; height and leaning forward as muchas desk was clear of business. Some ence. The Boer has no fear that his ee0a C e 0 6 eO e00..aee6

tot crop to remove tne red cardinal's possible he intoned: house bills of general interest, and "Ilui taal.! ("ape Dut
ctorkin for the white papal ones, II "B nedicat vos omnipotens dens" two senate bills! were passed. The but fears that his chldren.iII! forgetor

std th*"* hewed as he raised his etc., \\'::k:h called forth such applause bill to abolish "days of grace": In Georgia neglect to learn the language; of his 0 (I

gown to move forward. When he.was that several minutes elapsed before which had parsed the house. was church and of his forefathers.The .

grit rotca, the secretary of tho con- the pontiff could retire. lIe then perhaps the must important of the third Dutch language: might l>e Making Advertising |
called modern literary or "high Dutch"
dire, Mgi. Merry Del Val kneeling j drew back and the procession reform- general measures considered. As there
-that is, the language written and
cffrrel him: the papal white cap, : rug tU"L(,(' to'the Ducal hall. was some little opposition! to this the ppoken by educated Hollanders; of to-

the moment of the window roll was called. The bill passwi by a
amidst breathless silence. He did not I leaving:
day. It is florid, involved in construe \ \ :
follow tat precedent created by Pope ; Pius X turned to Mgr. Bisleti, who vote of 23 to 3. tion and very artificial in style as compurcil PLy

lo, who: declined to give his nd cap I' happened to be beside him, and said: The Dill of Mr. George, of Morgan, with the latipuaf! of the Dutch 8 ..

to the masters of ceremonies, as :a "I shall never again feel just the amending the act "to make it unlawful Bible. Its pronunciation has:: also

lin that be: would soon be created a same emotion" for any person to employ or contract thangecl considerably) in the interval 0

cardinal but with a slight smile, Sar with, as tenant or cropper any and even an educated Dutch speaking 0!,

t) took] tae! white cap place<< it calmly SKETCH OF SARTO. person under contract with another," Afrikander listening: to voluble Hollander .

on his head and dropped the red I came upon third reading. can hardly make head or tail ., One drop of water does not make the ocean

the lightly! on the head of Mgr. Merry I Born In 1833-Is Man of Saintly Char. Senator Atkinson explained the purpose of what he is saving.-Scotsman. & .

Del Val amidst a murmur of approval. acter. of tic bill to be to recognize verbal 0 -, One grain of sand will not make a slioro .

AB the new pontiff stepped from bo I Rome August 5.-.Cardinal Gulsep- as well as written contracts. He The ancient A I.Pireiul Creeks Aliuut thought Cats.that all I I e ., One feather does not make a birth 8

tlad the altar! the only touch of color pe Sarro: was born !n Riese, provinceof said this relief was necessary to plant. and 41
soul
about him bring hIs red and golf: Venice, July 2, 1SC5.; He was created ers, and be hoped the bill would be that creatures that animal except lost eats its had soul through a t One leap will not make a ,frog $

) shoes be really seemed to be the embodiiceat passed.
cardinal and patriarch or Venice '
architect
bargain made between a bridge
oflTce. His faces The bIn passed without oppositioa o IT IS ALL THE EEbT- *.
of ts
: holy June 12. 1SU3. He was very learn: and the devil. The architect had

.. path and clearly: softened by ems ed in tie ecclesiastical! doctrines; is besought the devil tb get his help! in -

tion. JIG paused a moment, as he came modest, energetic, a good adminstrafcor LIST OF DEAD REACHES-EIGHT. constructing an exceedingly dangerous I' G .

before the expectant cardinals, then and organizer, a patron of the arts bridge structure, and his Satanic:
seated fcmself cn the throne, with a \ i-nd his seriousness always, has been Fve! Men Have Died Since Sunday Chty only consented to lend aid on n'lj-I o --- (II

turriod movement at though he had proverbial! Early in April] Pope Leo, Night dition that the first creature to cro

Chattanooga, Tenn., August &.- should lose its soul. i I
suddenly grown weak. With his back in a conversation with Father Peroi, .

to the sitar! he was throned to serve the Italian! composer, said, in speaking: The death list resulting from the head. Thisli! agreed upon. the tirnKefinished : I i

the so-called "first obedience" of the end collision between two fright trainson in due time and the devil sent I
of Cardinal Sarto:
And so it is with most things in life. and .
to the opposite side to await his preyThA Q)
cardinals They came rorward, one "Hold aim very dear, Perosl, as in the Cincinnati Southern railroad

by ore some calm and smiling, others the future he will!] be able to do muc Saturday night between Cumberland shrewd architect took good car. to o especially is it true that one advertisement .
send cat over before human being -
a
any
tuber 1I1.1! noncommittal, while still for you. We firmly- believe he v Falls ami Greenwood, has grown to a
otters found considerable: difficulty! be our successor." eight! five men having died since Sunday was allowed to cross. On learningof I will not make you a successful a verti:4t>r. a
the !bargain the cat recrossed the!
even at this hour, in concealing their He his been known for many years: nightThe following !Is a revised
bridge and scratched the architect'sAfter ED Layout a line of publicity and I put it in o
too obvloM disappointment. as one of the greatest preachers in list of the dead, with their homes: evoa gnf

Cardinals Salute New Pontiff. the church. Engineer T. S. Duke, Salisbury N. C. Dinner Oratory. C 0

All Kissed his hand and foot, whilahe Cardinal! Sarto belonged to the ecclesiastical Fireman D. A. Phillips, Eoanofce, Ala. The fake humorous speaker has au 8

congregation of bishopsand Fireman John Prince, Salem, Ala. easier career than even the fake eloquent
saluted each on the cheek with the
kits of peace. Then all broke into regulars! secred rights, indulgences Fireman Joseph Walters. Somerset speaker. Yet at any given dinner : THE OCALA BANNER Z

and sacred relics. Ire enjoyed great Ky. the orator who passe out mere eta
Ch 'I'e Eteum"with such effect that
popularly in his diocese.. He is hon Fireman Frank Fletcher, Glen Mary, cution to his hearers ha a success almost .
scarcely an eye was dry. 3 'tl N? Tlu .tVill Pay X X g
ored by all for his purity, for th. Tenn. as instant and splendid as his
Plug X then rose and in a voice at
strict uprightness of his lire and V. v Eugene Simpson, braKeman, Somerset clowning brother. It is amazing what .
first tr lOllS but becoming .
m1 gradually
Ky. things people will applaud when they
liberal ideas He is a modest and
full aDd firm, administered the have the of each other's Im'pti.tude. S oe.e .
agreeable man, highly cultivated, Two unknown men, who got on the courage

>papal> the blessing sacred! college.to all.of It the was membersof received kind hearted, and still strong and very ro extra freight at Greenwood. They will listen after dinner also to '. ...... .le. O..I...... OQ.
anything but reason. They prefer
Walter Powers, brakeman, Somerset
,
bust In spite of his CS years. He has
, with hewed and uncovered heads. the old speaker to new ones; they like
never taken great part in the polit- Ky.. was seriously and perhaps fatally __ 1r.S'I'.UU.ISIIIU
w.
The fisherman's ring, not yet having the familiar Lips of humor, of elo-
cal and life of the church but injursd. Engineer: S. Fitzgerald
public ,
been found, a new one designed by quence. If they have tasted the brew
Camt'rlingo Oreglia was placed on thponUtr divided his time between study and was seriously injured. before, they know what they are goingto II YIIHS.

good works. Although most faithfu. The note of their mood is toler-
>> Huger as a symbol of renewed get.
to the holy see, he was presented tc Tobacco Warehouses May Combine. BROTHERS'CASH
power, an evidence that the Catholic ance, but tolerance of the accustomed, HANNE
e&nrcn the king and queen of Italy in Venice. Washington, August 6- gotlations the expected; not tolerance of the
1st once more a sovereign
Lead lIe was considered among the more liberal are in progress between the Louisville novel, the surprising. They wish to be MAIL ORDER HOUSE

members of the Italian episcopateand Tobacco Warehouse company, at rest, and what taxes their minds molests
Sarto bore himself with becoming
oft sacral college. It is said th controlling all save one of the local their Intellectual repose. They do Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
fcffnity outward sign
an! gave no
warehouses, and the Continental ant wish climb heights to
Leo XIII sided with him on one occasion not to any great

f Sent exaltation of Mi in life.this the supreme mo when Sarto disapproved of Ram.Ylla.'s American combines whereby it Is expected reacn the level of the orator.-\V. D, Authorized! Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in \ 'ni. J. LeIaf

In the meanwhile masons and car policy. the two combines will In the Uowells in Harper's. a Brewing Go's St. Louis B1'er

ANIMAL ODDITIES.Birds future, concentrate their buying operations -
tenters tad been busy breaking down
ai Louisville and Cincinnati

the bricks and doors so that cardinal never eat fireflies and really warehouses. A committee representing Killed Brother with a Chair. 1246-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville, Fla

deacon t, together with the master ol seem to shun their vicinity. the Warehouse company recentlyhad Greenville, S. C., August 3.-Griffin!

ceremonies' and the conclavists and North American reindeer usually se- a conference with the officers of and Bad Pack, brothers, who live Just linu'l LIST M.O\API'LiriTIOX.

nacy ethers might proceed to tho halcony their leader. beyond the city limits on the Chick
lect au old doe for the two combines, but would put a .
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of SL Peters. The populace, swallow's body Springs road became Involved in a
The temperature of a stop to cut-throat competition between ,
waiting In the piazza had already, at less than fight over a trivial matter. Bud dealt
Is extraordinarily high, BO the Louisville and Cincinnati ware
11:30 o'clock, seen the tiny thread of 11: decrees F. houses. The arrangement would put his brother a heavy blow over the head A. E. D ELO DES'lHARDWARE. \

smoke, almost transparent, which Cats and beasts of prey reflect fifty the Louisville and Cincinnati Warehouse with a chair, from the effects of which

warned them what to expect. so that times as much light from their eyes as people in control of the raw he died in about two hours. Shortly

thhan DC windows on We >>*V'cmj human beings. leaf market: after the fight Bud Pack ran, but was
slowly ojftoM, and the great gleaming
The average lake trout lays G.OOO arrested near Taylors station. He Is I
erocg was seen, the excitement and
eggs each season, and the whitefish a now in tie county JalT.
Impatience heightened! to the extreme. .
greater number. Washington Notified of Election.

Sow/ Cardinal JIaechi!, secretary The female English viper does not Washington, August 5.The Washington Bank Notes For Redemption.
c< the of apostolic briefs
Congregation lay eggs. She hatches them internallyand government was advised of the Washington, August S.-\a.tiona11

advanced trod exclaimed In a loud brings forth her young alive. election of the new pope by the following bank notes received today for redemption Sash and ';1i1"1 Farming

voice: Parrots are usually vegetarians, cablegram receive from Mr. $693,502. Government receipts Doors pt ))i'" Tools. .
,
"Annuntlc vobls gaudlom magnum though 'the Kea parrots of New Zea- Iddings, the American change d'a! from Internal revenue, $313,111. Customs .

tabemus papem eminent issliaum ac land have developed a fondness for fairer at Rome: "Cardinal Sarto ii J9SS, 123; miscellaneous 121000. Ready Mixed

twvurearic, imam (dominum card.inalem,]: sheep elected pope; age, &8." Expenditures Jl.310,000. I V Paints Etc. ct..,
.b6ph gibl izaposulti/omer!
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.t son. McLean will not return from I I ; i STRAUSS'

CORONATION Europe until after the state conven MRS LULU SOUTH IS STRAUSS' 76""Tlje

tion. It is denied that McLean wouldbe the T

OCCURS ON SUNDAY a candidate to succeed Mark Hanna PLACED ON STAND
as senator, If the Democrats electa } Firjest"FULL ROYAL RESERVE

majority of the legislature next No their

This Is Decision Made By vember. I; Trial of White and Jett at-

Mayo Samuel Jones, of Toledo, has thp QUARTS Cfi Four Quarts
CA
Pius X, New Pontiff. been mentioned as tne Johnson candidate to Cynthiana, Ky. 4 DELIVERED .00 Delivered $3.

T for senator, but Jones Insisted

MAKES SOME APPOINTMENTS. on being brought out independently EVIDENCE IS CONTRADICTORY.Many -
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and afterwards endorsed by the Democrats :
"
Cardinal Oreglia Confirmed as Camerlengo .- While that plan was not fen I Witnesses Testifying as to the

-Cardinal Agliardi/ Will Probably II Eible, Mayer: Jones ia supporting Mayor I elat Shooting of Lawyer Marcum at Every bottle of genuine

Johu3<.n In everything. It Is stated vile! 1\\
Be Secretary of StateThirdand | ( Jackson-Judge Hargis Gives Tes- 1J
j that former Congressman Lentz will Is

Last Ceremonial. I I j present Johnson's name to the convention city t timony-He Stands by Jett I

: for governor and if Johnsonis J !
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Rome, August 6.-The new pope ( Cynthiana, Ky., Augustt 6.-In thecase I I
I nominated that Lentz will be
endorsed the f
; of Jett and White, on trial for !
has confirmed Cardinal Oreglia as ; for senator. Pabst31ue
( the murder of J. B. Marcum the defense -
Cardinal Agliardi will j !
< camerlengo.: I FAILURE IN NEW YORK. placed Mrs. Lulu South, a sister
probably be secretary of state. The be I
of Judge Hargis, on the witness

pope yielding to the pressure exer- :i Firm cf Prominent Curb Operators the stand tills morning. Her testimony

cised by the foreign cardinals, who are I Make AssignmentI a was contradictory of Mias EmmaClark

desirous of returning to their respective I j, New York August 6.-Sharp & Bryan who testified for commonwealthlast Ribbonbears

countries as soon as possible, a prominent financial firm of this Friday Mrs. South corroborated -

has decided that his coronation shall city, have gone into the hands of a other witnesses for the defense

take place next Sunday. i I I receiver. in placing Curtis Jett near the tree
the
Chas 3. Bryan of the suspended: firm in i the courthouse yard after the firing .
Pope Pius X today received Prince
was elected a member of the govern.big of the first shot She was employed .
Massino, the head of the papal sec war the trade-mark "Pabst
committee of the Exchange at the in her brother's store; as a sales jlivaukee" -
tion of the Roman aristocracy who to
.
last election.The woman.

was accompanied by his daughter-la- firm wa organized July 2, IS river Dr. J. E Taulbee said that Ewea

Jaw Princess Beatrice the daughter the individual members being W. W. tad told him he could not tell who \ in a red circle. I In the ...

ef Don Carlos. The pontiff seemed Sharp and Charles S. Bryan both had fired the first shot killing MAT-

especially glad to see her, saying: board members. The office of Che state cum. Tom O'Connor testified an-
of Pabst Beer
"We are from the same town. t;nor firm is at 25 Broad street, an>4 they corroborated that of Bowling and making

were known specialists! In Adams of yesterday and placed Jett
fcfiirr re my Wend and I have not u Virginia-

forgotten the amiability In coming to Carolina Comical: United States Realty TOO I rear a tied in the courthouse yard. The is
and CoDStroctloa and witness, barley right
Southern Charley Thompson a new
see me off at the station, when I left
railway. contradicted Ewen and corroborated '
for the conclave, little imagining thatI I
!:
The firm had mercantile 1 Taulbee.
should never see my beloved canals a agency at The
rating cf from | James J. hops are right
again. I hope your royal father will $200,000 to $300,000.G. Judge Hargis was placed
!
H. Sullivan of the law firm of c-.I the fctand. He said he was county
soon some to our court"
Sullivan & Cromwell, was made assignee ;; j' judge of Breathitt county and a member
Pope P'us X wished to see personally The water is
f the ; of the Democratic central right
most of the Innumerable telegrams > suspended flnn. It wail I state ,
announced that the committee and brother cf Senator
"of assignee would a
congratulation received, giving instructions
I
make a statement as soon as It could Alex Hargis. Hargis saw Ewen running I
for the answers to those for The plant is fightThat's
be prep.we&Sharp and Marcum falling while he was
which he cared most, ana looked at the I
& Bryan at show case in his store. He saw
were prominent in I a
copies, changing here and there awurd. I
operations the curb. Dr. Kash and Mr. Blanton In the street
on They were .
he
Then prepared for thismorning' I ", why
? state reception of the cardinals specialists there in American Bridge, ing I immediately after the shooting; saw 1
the Northern Securities and Seaboard I Curt Jett on the street corner near a
in Sistine chapel, which j
shares. The firm offered tree after the lIe said sherIS .
large blocksof shooting. i I
during the night had been cleared of only '! I
its temporary furniture, used for the Seaboard shares for sale on the Callahan was in his store and he ;
euro yesterday. The greater was I prevent Callahan from going out ]
ballots and was assuming its normal part .
aspect of Sharp & Bryan's obligations on the I Afterward witness sent for CaptainB.

The third and last obedience of the exchange were liquidated yesterday I J. Ewea to talk about the murder. '

sacred college was consummated this and several banks and trust companies i I Judge Hargis was cross-examined P bstbeerI I

morning with the same ceremonial as threw out their loans. In fact, the I $ I by Mr. Byrd. In reply to a question! '

before the Sistine chapel, the popebeing greater part of yesterday's liquidation 1 as to why he stoo* by Jett, his nephew I

in his! full pontifical robes and on the Exchange was for Sharp & Bry. I when they did not speak to each '.

an's account.An I cus other, Hargis said! Jett was not tried !
palpably restored !In mind and nerves
unofficial statement of $ : : :! right by beirj brought to court by'<
was made to :
by a night's rest. The cardinals filed i
before him and kissed his hand and the eff.an that the firm had no open year 50 solders and a gatlin gun. ;i isaiwa

foot all smiling and apparently In a contracts in the market and that to I On using pressed for another reaj j I spure

perfectly: contented frame of mind. day prices there was still a fair margin I son. Hargis stated that Jett's mother. I

They themselves in turn received a on their loans. It was added I who was his sister, had cared for him j

tearty embrace from Pius X. Tie that If prices did not decline further i C. S. : I during the war when his father ha I j

music was directed by Abbe Perosi the firm would be able to liquidate ate : I teen run away by federal soldiers I

who was the pontiff's prr.tege, all present Its assets on a satisfactory basis. j : and that as an honest man, he now ..

marking how the Sistine choir be I wanted tu repay that debt with interest For Sale InSTRAUSS
CAWTHORN FOUND GUILTY.
I I
had improved its inethoJ since being t I IXe I .

under lie albe's care. Every available I
Murder In First Degree-Will Hang I FLEETS
DECLARE WAR.
corner of the small rhapel was filled
On August 26. I[ I & CO.
this morning and those present seemed at
to forget Plus X in ttelr! pleasurein Eastman. Ga., August C.-Robert D. ICa |!I mit F.r'r t Interesting British Naval Maneuvers .
\ h'f1 has been found guilty of I| Have Commenced.
the magnificent hirmcny: of the lives
voices of the choir and the feast of murder in the first degree, on the i; ers' : I London, August 6.-War was declSrei -
charge cf having poisoned R. Tuck j j
color today between the home fleet Under
as they rested their eyes on the other Wholesale Dealers
pictures' before them. The reremony: er, some weeks ago. j I have the command of Admiral Wilson Liquor -

ended about noon. Tucker aa a prosperous farmer j j to and Mediterranean fleet command.

This and Cawthorn a farm hand on then J ed by Admiral Domville.,
rooming the pope confirmed 1 $
their Fasts as secretary chamberlains place. The evidence went to show i In The annual British naval maneu'er5thus OCALA FLA.

Mgre. Zichy. Scapinelll. Misciatelli d that Cawthorn and Mrs. Tucker be- son commenced are regarded as the ,

and Sans de Sampere, and confirmed came rusplclous and that Cawthorn rious most Interesting yet devised by the ad-
ministered poison to Tucker in a miralty. Altogther 26 battleships and
the Marquis of Serlupl as master of of
drink of brandy for the purpose of getting 45 cruisers will be "
the entered In a contestfor "' '
horse, and Monsignor SilH, as dean : *\
rid of him so that he might marry I the command of the sea betweentwo I
of the
He
groom appointed Mgr ago. i WORMSiVERMIFUGEi !
Mrs. Tucker. maritime countries. :
I
Galll, secretary of Latin letters, to replace I
Msr. TarozzI who is ill and also Tucker had taken Cawthorn into his The opposing fleets are representedby i I _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_______________________________w j'' A .: n Hi -** t ":
house and befriended him in a num the letters L and X, the former fienediis (
Mgr. Sardi, as secretary for briefs to I ber of i For 20 Years Has Led all Worn tlaj
ways. being toe home fleet which Is divided
the princes! to replace Mgr. Volplni 4 I SOLD: lIT: ALL 1"1.VGGN"r!!.
There was also evidence to the effect -I mto two squadrons, one at Brerheaven _
,
who recently died. : from Prepared by--- JAMES F. D-ULARD St.iff .
: that a second person, of the name of Ireland, commanded ty Admiral Wilson "- ....._-----.., "-,
I of Horn had died from the effects ,
V" CHJO DEMOCRATS.. _: turn and the other at Madeira, under
'- |I of poison in brandy intended to I tives Lord Charles! Beresford.The .

Meeting. cf Importance to Party Held I j I: be drunk by Tucker. from problems to the<< home fleet Is to
The jury was out lust S3; minutes. effect a junction of forces
at Urbana, O. !1 they at sea, whileon i
Judge D. M. Roberts told Cawthorne
Urbana, 0., Aug. C.-While: Colonel could north Admiral Domville, in command of atav.
tc stand be sentence
up so pass
:William Jennings Bryan was the attraction :, him. to the X fleet, concentrated at La Cos, .
upon :%
here today at the Chautau- have Portugal, j? imposed the task of findIng -
| Judge Roberts told him that during ltareritsU.dnt' ",. 1eae
Qua there were ether meetings o t '|j his career as a lawyer and as a Judge but Admiral Wilson's or Lord Beresford's Ii moreph.-tc4lw.. .itrtoi ,. ._-- '
rtgnlfloane squadron before they are able! J-- : ti
he had never seen a man so devoid of WHY7 boO at' r
tbe Democratic convention of Champaign gun. to affect a Junction and defeat whit I or tie malady t r' .
conscience who was charged with so v quinlr.eortLatcas& .
toarity to nominate a local ticket i Jastardly a crime. He then passed ever Is discovered first before the I ... Don' Do h. It'.t pn a i wwa'."'
other coins to its assistanc.The ser. tl ., a' ItZleceaUll -
and select delegates to the Democretc \j! the death sentence on him fixing the ; lp .. a- ,

slate convention at ('Qlum'bustwo 1 j: date on August 26. !\ operations- cease at non August HERBINE

weeks hence, was called for the at 11. .
date and the of Bryan j t .mn&lldtn.uP", .'..".; II hf. f, ___.... 1, L
tame L : .
p
presence
1 BALE BRINGS GOOD PRICE. : il. _
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i los also:: : made the occasion for a ;' I ....... .... .j. .. ..;

cotleronce o* leaders. It had been ''I'' New Staple Auctioned Before Door of I his I :!> boo p.r b.tae. AU Ittewaso
I Important Meeting To Be Held In Og-
announced as the occasion for making i J. Savannah Exchange. Utah. I

the Johnson program ror the state! j i Savannah, Ga., August 6.-The first other des I ,
Ogdea, Utah August 6.-The eleventh ,
convention but the Invitations of the '
1''bale! of tie new crop ef cotton arrived ed
local committee were not limited to( !j in Savannah Tuesday morning from annual irrigation congress which I

any fa ticn. J i Albany. meets In this city Sept 18 promises j
be the the and Interesting -
to most important I
Amocg those accepting Invitations 1 i. On iU arrival it was taken to the first : ---
Irrigation convention ever :
were Mayor Johnson of Cleveland cotton exchange, where the classification I

Hon. John L. Zimmerman of Springfield : committee, consisting of T. D. has held written in America a personal President letter Roosevelt to Chair si iui ................

and Former Congressman John I Bertody, W. C. Lyon and C. R. Wood I
Kretsel of the executive committee
man ,
8. Lenrz, of Columbus. The friends j jerf I examined it and gave as their decision tug I
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promising active aid and
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J support -
Johnson and Zimmerman have been' j that the bale was cotton of the new lag i READ i
I and stating that he will be rep
contending at county conventions forstate : crop, classing fully middling, mixed trate resented T>y a member of his cabinet .
debates and both claiming j
are I In color and gin cut The bale was a The
the nomination for governor. While consigned to G. E. Dickinson. agricultural department all|
have :I Washinetcc Is taking an especial interest The Florida Times-Union
all the d-'stlnguished! visitors addressedthe At 12 o'clock the bale was auctioned in in the coming convention and : !

convention here, their work was off In front of the exchange for 15Vs 1.COO .
Secretary WSlson, states that he will -
done In private conferences. Joh u- cents a pound for the bale. The bale .
make it a point to have as many set
son is reccgnizeeJ aa a candidate for was bought by J. T. Xlelvin for Atwood enlists of that department. attend aa i: REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATtS f

the ncit Democratic: nomination for Yioiett & Co, cotton brokersof can be conveniently spared. I I DAILY AND el'NpAYOneMontbpo.taeetat
president and all the movements for II I *
New York, where the bale will DO I Three 3.lvDtha. poMtft,... ..... t...>
the governorship! or for the senatorship lent; next seek. NX Month, piMUft pad i"
this are considered preliminary Six Seconds from World's Record. One Year. fClMaac pay 1..
year The
price paid for the
pound
Dos t1nlt Salt Lake, Utah, August 6.-At the I :
:.0 the national contest* next first bale last year was 11 cents. The Salt Palace bicycle track last nljht e ILLUSTRATED Semi-weekly SUNDAY Editios [OIT_tit HaMte. |i M A ilil ,
| iAUcommuaicatioai -
year. year before the first bale brought 10 the Red II'ond brothers of this city S ,emi'aechly' Ednwa u.. '.eer I. .
The friends! of John R. McLean, cents.
toe < clipped 6 seconds off the world's record
propr1etnr of The Cincinnati En-
;; In the 5 mile amateur race, cover and >,J,. I IA a u ._
quirer member of the Democra.ticCftioul MOONSHINERS TAKE REVENGE. f"
!
fin :> ing the distance In 9:54.: THE
FLORID! TIMES
committee ror Ohio, candidate JlCISQIimiE C ) fl.tIIl

: for governor four years ago, and Murder Man and Wife and Set Fire

: CeJegat at large to the National Democratic to Their House. Two Killed by Dynamite.

t convention for many years, are Chattacooga. Tenn., Aug. 6.-A tpe- raise Victoria. B. C., August 6.-Two men SiJ-SSGRIBE
believed to be Harry Caldwell and his i i
being classed among the ZImmermanSUI'lJ dal to The News from Winchester,

<)rtes, but this U due to Zimmerman Tenn., say that Simon Booker and t'ink son, wein killed In! an explosion of I

being the only one contesting wife, who resided In a small cabin on '' ] dynamite while using; it to dynamt! I

, k tie fill.senatorial.--- nomination with. .John-, .,' the mountain near ."Thunderstruck'' P.fish at Macauley-_.Point. yesterday. I ssss.se...... i...........








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.. THE OCALA BANNER
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- ALFRED SEVILLE PROMOTED. What the Tribune Says of Monday'sGame. f

''i MURDER I JETT- YJHITE TRIAL DO YOU GET UP JicIVER and SIACKAl

Many of the readers of this paper After J losing the exciting game to WITH A LAME\ BACK ? +

remember Alfred Beville when a boy. AT CYMA KY
E. I FR1D1YNIGHT. the Jays here Sunday the Winners M ;

PoKsessiag a superabundance of vitality journeyed Monday morning to Ocala --- Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. I II
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he was a boy right. He had fun a and christened that city's brand new Dr. J. H. Kash Gives in His Almost everybody who reads the newspapers I .,,.. 3f. :t,>_'-:7''..,. .,.ra. :

f Spencer Row is The Scene of plenty, but as soon as he be- diamond by defeating Valdosta in is sure to know of the wonderfuliLJ' ';:y'. ... .

j Testimony. cures made by Dr.Kilmer's I
came a man he followed the motto of
the ninth inning of a streneous game.It '
A Tragedy. Swamp-Root,
jt
t .St. Paul and "put a\ ay childish was:! another of Tampa's: :! eleventh CONTRADICTS OTHER WITNESSES l the great kidney, liver FUNERALDIRECTORS.
1. and bladder!
i -- things" and at once developed into a remedy.
( hour victories having i
d
eight goose eggs It is the great medi-
fit WORM OF A JEALOUS WOMAN. good, strong mau, and has shown been allotted to the local team He Attended Dying Marcum as He La.r; ;fC cal triumph of the nineteenth -

In Front of Court House-Saw Jeita 1':11: century; discovered .
-- sterling qualities and fine business: before it succeeded in connecting with I I' after years of I
Amazon Stabs Her Lover habits Few Kmutss Before Killing the I
I Colored which his employes were the plate. lI" ,.n 1 scientific research: by -1-
Duth-He Died Instantly- Man. r_ Dr.'Kilmer! the eminent 1-
quick to
recognize.
u : When the Winners went in for U .-_ kidney and blad- I

f Ik, Woman Is Now In Jail- He began his career in the railway their last half of the finishing round, Cynthlana, Ky., August 5.-In the ---- der specialist, and is Hive in'iioci of Cofflai.Ctiteu, and Bert
wonderfully successful in I SaiU o every deeeription.. Special 't1eDUt. 1 1I
promptly
Wife Beats Her
i Ai Angry service at the lowest of the ladder case ot the! commonwealth versus Curtis curing
rung to bt rt"le"nICft.
stood 0
the score to in favorof the lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
I II Hujband.FrWy and has climbed. up step by step Crackers. "This will never do," Jett and Thomas White on triel bles and Bright's Disease,which te i the worst I
I here for the assassination of J. B. Mar- form of kidney trouble.Dr. Embalu'i' to Order
I night "t 11 o'clock a fctart- until reaching his present, : position. whispered Thornton to the Kilmer's Swamp-Root
Captain cum at Jtckscn, Ky., May 4, Dr. J. ii. L> not recommended

l1Duagedy. was committed lu the The following sketch of him taken lad in gray. Up to that moment Kash, of Jackson,.testified to attendingthe for everything but if you have kid-
liver bladder
ney, or trouble it will be found
:nioc r Row near the public square from the Times-Union of July 31 is Chappell, who came south with the dying man as he lay in front of just the remedy you need. I It his been testedIn Jerry Burnett

Howard and Will Butler, extremely gratifying to his friends Valdostans to this had the courthouse. He testified that a so many ways in hospital work, in private ,
jUbwe pitch game, few muutea before the killing of Mar-: practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
l
onb raud a dispute arose betfU "Captain A. S, Beville, for three line on the part of the Tampa Hargis Bros.' store immediately across every case that a special arrangement has
B been made by which all readers of this paper
them about the disappearanceOf years tritumasier for the Jacksonville boys. J 1tbe ninth, Chappell received the street from the courthouse talkingto who have not already tried it, may have a
. Asbury Spicer and Lish Noble. This sample! bottle sent free by mail, also a book Tailoring.
dollar bill, the property oth district of the Atlantic Coast Line,
aft the dose the admin-
s same : Jays contradicted the testimony of at least telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
Wom.n. she fiually charged her has been transferred to the district istered Hi..ktuan Sunday at Tampa. 13: witnesses who testified for the pros- find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. -- ------ -

. \ jjrtrwltt stealing it, words led to which includes the Coast Line tracks They fell on him for a succession of: ecution to seeing Jett go into the side offer When in writing th!> mention and reading this generous Ocala, Florida.
door of the ;paper
Jon when tbe woman whipped out from Rocky Mount to Florence in the safe hits that resulted vescorell. courthouse immediately send your address to ; Finest Imported and
before the shooting. Domestic Cloths. .
Kilmer&Co.Binghamton ,
stabbed Butleriito me first division. -
ft knife and Having made enough to take the On cross-examination he aid not N. Y. The Cutting a SpecialtyFits

hart "The advancement of Captain game, the Winners generously desis remember seeing.... anyone else at the regular fifty cent and Home ot ........ &. Guaranteed.
ume or tee dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
fbe nun died instantly. Beville this position is a merited ted. Killing about the court-
house. It was claimed by cross-ex.
Williams aud Brigancewrrt promotion This will bo one of the
White
Policemen pitched for Tampa, twirling a aminers that he contradicted his testimony -

quickly upon the scene, but the most important positions of the kind good game, but his support was rag- 0,1 the former trial at Jacksonsix LA. PITTMAN E, P. PITIMA J

cJr&J111fork had been done. in connection with that great railroad ged in pj-oif, permitting the four runs weeks ago. John Smith and John

TtI. womau wa arrested and syfctem, and Captain Beville was: selected by Valdoxta. The attendance was Abner testified at length contradictins
i Mrs. Mary Johnson and Edward Mar PITTMAN & SON'S
.
plated ID jall. bejttu of his thorough know very good. Ocala has a beautiful ball cum, who said they had seen Smith

ledge of railroading and his excellent ground, an 1 it is a pleasure to playon and Abner a rear before the killing f

Mitt Hampton, who drives the ex- executive ability. it. Marcum in a stone quarry near Mar-

the victim of do- cum's bcine, armed, with other armed
pre l Tsgou, was a "Captain Beville will leave for Big Chil'ia will work out in the box men.: FURNITUREANNOUNCEMENT

Bintlc tr.gfdy Friday night also and Rocky Mount tonight. He will have for Tamp.i: today, with Brown as Lewis Hayes, the JacKson boarding

vollt be WM not killed, he was badly his headquarters at that place, but his catcher. Cllil41i bas had a long rest housekeeper, testified that Abner

diiBf und with a flat iron in the hands host of Florida friends hope that he and he i u expected to do some star Smith !and Thomas White boarded !
witli him during the term of court in
ot in angry wife. will make occasional visits: to Florida. twirling.! -Tampa Tribune June, 1902. but he did not remember

WbllenU wife was hitting Matt At Rock Mount he is to be
joined by Tammany Entertains Floridians whether they! were up as early in tht

II with I loioothiug iron her sister nis family, who are now at Lewes, morning as the hour fixed by the pros. Having purchased the entire stock of the Broadway Furnitwr
A New York under date of
him with a hot irou poker. special ecution when armed men prevented Company of this city, weare now prepared to show to the J>ul4ie ..
truck Del.
July :!?!' h contains the following, Marcum from leaving his home. of Marion and adjoining counties the largest and most varied t Ha. 1

The rutin are colored. "For :seventeen Y lirCaptain \\hich\\HJ be of interest: to Floridians of Furniture ever seen here. On quite a number of articles &t '

Beville has been continuously in the : EVIDENCES OF TERRIBLE CRIME. which we now have an over-supply we can give lower price, than

Jennings a Candidate. railroad business. He started out as a the same goods have ever been sold for in Ocala. If you are m
Two of Florida's:! promiut-at politician Little Grl'a need of in this'line do well to and .
Tie Lake City Iudex mentioned the Body Found Lying In anything you'll come see ua.PARLOR
flagman for the old Florida Southern,
-, who are here on business, were Pool of Blood.
ftflwmil days ago that Governor and was soon promoted to conductor.As takt-n in tow last night by l leading Butte, Mont., August 5.-A specialto

Jeaainga'visit to that city and in the a conductor, he served on the Tammany braves and entertained at The Miner from Anatone Wash.. R, BEDS[D R ROOM: ANDS= DINING* R ROOM SUITS

Wiettlt confidence mentioned that says:
Florida Southern for years, and when an elegant dinner pulled oti' under the AT SUMMER PRICES --
be oulJ tea candidate for the Uni- Lying in a pool of her own blood,
the Plant System took charge of that auspices of Tammany Club. The her clothing torn and disarranged, her ;
ltd lltl'l peusle.lteeewathat We can supply you with a Water Cooler at 75 cents to 1. U-
:I I property he was advanced to a pojtioll guests of honor were James E. brain exposed by a terrible woundIn and they're worth twice the money. In fact we ran save you

the Mocktou forces in with that! rank on the best passenger Broome, candidate for secretary of the bead the little body of Mabel money on Furniture of all kinds Let us quote you prices.OLDIIBAZARIBUILDING .
that city have organized a club audtitceoflUmniiUrs Richards was found yesterday after
trains running between Waycross state of Florida and Thomas J. Ap- noon In the woods on MontgomeryRidge OCALA FLORIDA.
wanted certain ,
and Port Pampa. Just three pleyard, secretary of the state senate. 3 miles from here.

favors In the way of appointments years ago to the day he leaves Jack The event was brilliant, as are all of suspicion points to Philip Hamilton, -

.blrb the governor alone can make, a rancher, who lives alone on the
sonville, he came here as trainmaster, the athirs given by Tammany, and J. F. EDWARDS'BIG
banks of the Grande
i&4)0ie tort of an amicable arrange Ronde river near n___
position which he has tilled with I the consisted of all
a meuue the delicacies town. He is under arrest and refuses
fiw&twn uiadr with the
governor the greatest satiMiicliou to the otticials : of the season. to talk beyond a simple denialof WHISKEY HOUSE

t'A It if Dow hUttd that the club has of the road, and with great credit to Hon. C. M. Brown Again in Tampa guilt. The girl! had been outraged.She ,,

tnufrrml Its affections: and the wa 13 years of age.
fOtrllor..UI make the appointments. himself. During his: railroadingcareer Hoc. C. M. Brown, of this city, was Talk of lynching Is heard on all 1 Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.

he has made a host of warm ildea. '
again in Tampa last week and while rIJ f ----1 o
Tbe Taw}"Tribune also: announces I -
I
the terri- -
personal friends throughout there submitted to a political interview Met Death In Ohio River. 5

laltilMUv of July 31st, that it hasi" tory of the roads with which he has He said to a Herald reporter Atlanta, August 5......''The body of Waiter G O I. ....

mo letter l that the governor wrote know Coayers, an Atlanta who I
who boy,
Those
been connected. was
that be will have his platform completed ... -
tot prominent supporter of his: in drowneJ: in the Ohio river last Tues o Y -_
him appreciate the fact that he will in about ten days and it will M y_ _
1
day, was brought to Atlanta .0. _
T mp&, lu which the yesterday .
governor says as o MJ
'
make a name for himself: and rise to be found "attack proof." He says it and will be burled this afternoon .-
l. ill make public his announcement : a CJ
to a high position in the company he will stand all kinds: of puncturing. from Swift Hall and Co.'s undertaking r ... ...
.
So =
for senator within month.
a apartments. The interment will be -
serves so faithfully and so well. In the course of the interview Mr. 1,033! .'
Tbe held at West view. = t
attitude of tbe governor is suchUutltDmln'tgive ..256'c rr. .
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Brown said Davis' .
that Col.
wings Conycrs was 19 years old. list c-
further worryW Will Lapse In Two Years.
any -
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were clipped before he flew into the Tuesday he went swimmng with a .. .t
the Unless cite is selected for the -
He government
politician of the tate. is a number of -
gubernatorial combat. Asked about companions in the Ohio rive = -
ItiuUlJit* for United! States senator building within two years er at Cincinnati. After swimming

I8 l will nuke very vigorous: cam- atter the passage of the act the law Mr. Mays he said he thought Mr. around for awhile he climbed up on a -
the barge and dived into the river OO a..
wherehe
Mays': coming upon course
.1(1 for the nomination. authorizing the purchase of the lot FAMOUS AMIEl'SKK UI'SCII IMllIU: : GJC
would strengthen not weaken his was caught by the current. It is

LI.,< ChiilU Injured.LaatTburwlay will become imperative. (Mr. Brown's) chances- supposed that he came up under the I FINE WINES. WHISKIES and BRANDIES.
I
the law barge ani struck his
is head
Mr. Lloyd Chaille, The following : : against it. I My2ooRyeor: Bourbon at.._ _..............fl.75 My 14 oo Gin at.... ......._- "._ _____--f IM
"That the failure of the secretary Marion County Hospital. The search for his body was prosecuted 2. .. ... 2 oo My 2.00 North Carolina Con at Mf
*bll. rtturnln from the F. E. C.lUilvij upon has vigorously, but the My 50MKj.00 .. .......... .. .. 2.56 My 2.50" ". Sit'.be*(We *!.. W
Ths above institution which body was not ., .. ..
of the treasury to acquire a My ..oo ............ ...-...... f00 3m1 300" ,. IM
: round-hou, met with a done its full in to found M.til the following Friday, whenIt Myi-ooGinat ...................... ............ ... 1-T5 My 4.DO' ., .. .. aaln
suitable cite in any city mentioned in part contributing was discovered at Covington, across My 2.50" .......................... z. My 4.oo New England Rom at.... .. .. M*
f&atu1l id.ot. It was about the his act, within a period of two years the progress of Ocala and giving it a the river. The Jug and Keg Trade Made a Special Feature.

fcw fur tb. arrival of the passenger name that it may well be proud of, In sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost 01 iugt nalf'gall.. ).t'. I.
after the passage of this act, then in l5cigallonjug,25C3-gaUonug.35C.; legs f 1.
jug
-gallon
Wax* 35 and Mr. Chaille who is will be closed August 10th and will County Treasurer Found Short. I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in Floridab... I flf goad,ka
that case so much of this act as applies Montgomery, Ala., estgoods and lull measure,
I Ia August 5i-J. T. j
ebarif of the baggage roonijwas: go- reopen on September 10th. I A tnalorder mitronvince you that''w are the people." Term e.bwit tfc..r*...
to the city or cities where such Gorman, state examiner of public aci i yours..nx.ou8totle8e.
lac to Lb.lwaarugrr station so as tot This: closing is done :in order to : J. F. EDWARDS.
I r failure occurrs, shall be null and counts has filed with Governor Jelks j I

hit bit peat oa tbe arrival of the make some needed 'repairs, and give his report on J. L. Carden, treasurer -- -- -, -
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l of Shelby and found treasI I
f train.Mr. county the
void"B the nurses a well earned vacation.
Drug Store. urer due the county the sum of I II
Cballl wa entering the depot I
Ware requested to ask that all :) The
Mr. Eugene Cox, of this city, has $7,931.33. treasurer did not use
4 pouftthou LU bicycle and was rid- persons having claims against the this amount for his personal use, but Come to O Store
at East Point ur
store ,
drug
t purchased a
;- >< Ublc a carriage anti was just! inttt Hospital will present the same forpayment transferal! It from one fund to another I .. .
. Ga., and will take charge of it as soon contrary tc law. The attorney --- -
general
act of turning out to get on the to Dr. W. H. Powers, treas-
i holds! that he is liable for the I i
f as he can complete some business arrangements Shoes
fli&rni when hack took
I a two horse here. urer, and are also requested to ask amount, although the county got the For ,

fclfbt at tbi Incoming train and ran that all claims due the hospital be benefit of the money. ------ -----
l As it is the only drug store in the
hi' the driver for I
baring left them paid to Dr. Powers as soon as possible.
a few place, (which is large enough to sup- Afro-American Equal Rights League I We have the best line of Cheap and Medium
.
moweuta.la
latter
This is in
request urged as
port four practising physicians) Gene New York August 5.--The Afro- i[ Grade Shoes handled in Ocala, and we guarantee
their wad dash they struck Mr. making the contemplated improve- American Equal Rights League ofthe i'

Ck lll., knocked him from his bicy- I has run up against a good thing. ments those in charge of the hospitalwill state of New York, has been organ. every pair solid leather .

tluDcl threw blot under the wheels- Mr.[ Cox has just! graduated. in be greatly in need of funds. ized at a meeting in Saratoga. Officers Your money back on any purchase if you

Oa.f pharmacy and is one of the finest were elected and the president want itCHAMBERS. . . .
the ..Lt Trouble at Bartow.It .
was empowered to appoint one person
kta.t'lukt truck him on the note young men in Ocala. may be remembered that last from each congressional district to I SHOE CO :
that he will livelong :
*i4 t.. bat .utr.nl greatly. This paper hopes year when Gen. Law president of the form an executive board. Associationsare

Yf #rd.y b, wa better, and able and prosper. Bartow Miltary Institute resigned the states.expected to be formed In other 2nd door from corner Opera House Block, Ocala, Fla.

..U' at the battue room attending Taliaferro's Handsome Gift. whole senior class left the college and

.to fab dutir alt usual.Miami United States Senator Taliaferro I this year upon the re-election of Stabbed In a Church. .- -

; ".. has donated to the state militia a Major Harry P. Bay as superintendent Columbus Ga., August 5.-In a fight w
-- in a negro church in Girard Monday
Th. D.aIA Po nalty. handsome solid silver loving cup, of the college, the faculty in a n1ghtYes Willams stabbed Billy The Ocala Seed. Store,
A llttl results ink
toiuetluiea
thing fifteen inches high and weighing 96 body resigned. Jackson, Inflicting several painful, but

k **5**lbt'tote Tbu a mere scratch bolls have, insigni- ounces, to be awarded as a trophy as a The trustees accepted their resignation not fat-il wounds, after which he escaped Is the Up-To-Date Concern of this city and will
or paid
r runny to the Georgia sFde.
, _tot 4.'tb penalty. It U wise to have prize in marksmanship. and will immediatly elect be glad to serve its customers in any wayJposMble;

J* hue Bucklrn'i Arnica Salve ever I The regulations for the contest will others. Charles M. Schwab Resigns. If we don't carry in our line what you want 1 g&ad

!-aDd,. It'. lnf ,best Salve on earth be arranged in the next few days, It is stated that they are well pleased New Icrk. August 5.-The resignation
tItS *U1 prevent fatality: when burns, of Charles M. Schwab as presi to us for it anyway and we will get it for you, no
when they will be announced. The with the progress of the school
-, t'lctn aud Piles threaten. dent of tie United States Steel corporation matter what it be.
fly I EC, at .AtitWMonopoly !
U and Tydlng* A Co. m are also now being prepared. progress during the coming year. meeting of the executive committee. I BAXTER CARN Manager.i..W. .
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To Cure a Cold in One Day fcT Cum (ty


, OCCUR AT ANY TIME IN CITY OF BUFFALO STILL IN DOUBT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. A P11 every Dyvon

-- Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months. This signaturecU hot. 2 t
; Active Preparations of Russians Forty-Five Italians Placed Cardinals Have Not Yet Ar-

at Port Arthur. Under Arrest. rived at Decision. ,
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TROOH3 ARE ON THE MARCH. DETECTIVES LOOKING FOR MORE THIRD DAY'S IMPRISONMENT.Great .

1 a T Formula tells the story :
Proviaon and War Munitions Being Fight Took Place Between Niagara.Elevator Crowds Assembled at VaticanIn

r Stored-Repcrt. Brought by Officers Company and Italians of Hope of Learning Something DefInite Grove's Chronic Chill Cure

cf Steamer Arriving From Yokohama Buffalo Furnace Company-No One Regarding Leo's Successor.

at Victoria B. C. Reported Hurt. II I I I I Left Disappointed.Rome Not a patent medicine: a thin spirituous liquid, of a pleasant bitter taste, m4 .

Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR
Victoria, H C.. August Officers Buffalo N. Y.. August 4.-A riot August Today's first ballot AIUC
of the Uamer Tacoma which has arrived vator 03 Ohio street today and as a for pope has been taken and ap Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Flnid Extract PRICKLY \SH BARK

from Yokohama, report that broke cwt in front of the Niagara ele- parently suited In no election. Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPA ULLA

Russian astnts;;: are buying up large or. result 15 Italians are under arrest and Smoke was observed issuing from
derv of Loan cake at the Japanese I I detectives are looking for more. No the Sistine chapel chimney at 16 minutes It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Do Si Cure

ports and storing provisions and war lone.as fruit, although scores of &hots after 11 o'clock this morning
TSe Best General Tonic. No Cure No Pay. Pric JOc.
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xauattion at Port Arthur. Troops !i were exchanged. indicating the burning of the ballots.!! .. ,
"He alp bung! hurried westward and I I j jar : The fight took place between the Though; this is the third morning of '

'. w'a" eXt ecttd to occur at any time I employes: of the Niagara elevator and the card Illils's imprisonment they have -

The Tr.toma brought news to the I I j i irffwt i Italians wino are employed at the plant not yet attired at a decision In :: :-
that three Uoman Catholic mis1sipsartos I i I of the Buffalo Union Furnace com- the hope that over night some agreement
have been murdered by Chi- I j pan). It i3 said it was provoked by might have been arranged the HILL'T

txise t InsuigenU at Plah Li, Shansi an employe of the Niagara elevator iforeigo ministers, many other personages FEliN
p( tea I who shouted derisive epithets at the : and two fir three thousand of ,

8blro LJXHI: Venouie, a Japanese asirooom Italians as they were passing along the general public went to St. Peters
r. Las discovered a new comet I thestreet. this morning to await the develop-
to the Cvgrnw constellation, not far ments. They were doomed to another THAT GOOD II1 N EY: .
from the Lyra moving northward. I LIGHT THROWN ON MYSTERY. disappointment, for at 11:16 a. m., like .

The Japanese telegraph companieshave the broken-out pennant of a ship, the
ooawnted to the lowering of the i I Famous Sacred Jewel of China Found fmwok announcing that the fifth ballot H.: ROSENTHAL & SONS. Distillers, Cincinnati, 0. i

tt'Jecrat.hlr charges on messages be- I, In Boston. had been fruitless rose from the ( !it t. ''

tWf't'D Nagasaki and Hong Kong for i|II I Boston, Mass., August 4.- One of chimney of the Sistine chapel and was STRAUSS & CO. Distrifcutorf C-t 10- u
tm Pkrtflc _Ie. The Russian Asiatic I j i the mysteries connected with the forbidden borne away by: a light breeze It was .
quadpoa has been ordered to assemble I!i city! of Pekln has come to smoke announcing that the fifth bal- > (

for macouevers in the vicinity ot :;: light here with the strange appear crowd, -vhich !immediately left the piazza i -' '. i M ....-__...-.._,.. _w TSFT" ----- ""_'**".. 4v ,,
Ylsilvostnek.The ,! of Many exhibite.', regret that the
: auce in the Boston art museum r --------- ---- .. -- --
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"' ;;)P" standing squadron ia i iI I I|! what is said to be the famous sacred failure of the ballot -. --. C -- -- ---
cow engaged ia summer maneuvers 1 i|I jeweled tree belonging to the Impe- ezza. Many exhibited! regret at the ;-11 --- 'I"I '
off HokMido. Thus says the Japseee !\i I I rial family of China. Sttenuxn's; ballot may bring the new .I- ;

Herald the main naval. forces of i\ For more than two centuries this pope, but this Coesnot appear to be ;11 ; LL1IN15] ;(<: t' :

Japan and Ruaaia are "naturally" attracted ..: treasure made of native Chinese prec- based on any particular reason. Remember1I7E : ll \\dJ '':- ) ,:

to northern waters. ,: ions stones standing 2% feet high. The rrespomlent of the Associat li I .

and radiating a brilliant mass of col- ed Press visited! the inside of the vatican 1'I il .:::.:' .-:-- -::. ':.--'. .= iY lgTit I -;" [tj?. ore-; T..''_ ;.R
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PEW MEN CO TO WORK. ors, had been elosely guarded day an i this morning and found that all
I'i around the precincts of the conclavethe -- _. -.-. -,- .-,-.-
tbe' -- -
: night. i ::1 CAN sell you
&ttUtfing Trades Tie Up In New York.'1 The tree Is said to have arrived at guard had been doubled and where I

City. 'I the museum through unknown channels ever there is the slightest possibilityof ::i i| smallest article or a ;, AIlll01.1J l't '1I1t. J it l :
Mew York August 4.-Few, if any, and: an effort has: been made to communication with the conclave, I:1, '
of the l4 men who were to go to 1: restore it to the Chinese tavernme! t. the Swiss: guards, gendarmes and 'I'I carload of anything pertaining :,', The following departments ann f ur t.utrJflUlai "

wait tKlay. according to C. F. Cheney, atine guards watch together. Pal'1 ': to Hardware, Iron : i 'I"! Sll...i C""n;.... .....--. .Ail.. :;: IIE._. s.::
secretary cf the Iron league did to, i THREE KILLED BY LIGHTNING. The antagonism existing between : I j': tcllins Iiriress; 5: s3l, JUUiai SckMlTVilllit tt Ipffi dla

although this was the day appointedby these bocies the best guarantee that I ::1 Pipe, Nails, Powder_ Dynamite {Iii,1'1, !, Mii::s Z cal c4 rlu .tr'ts, MMB!d :Ecamit i :It:j tria. =rt,
the employers to attempt to end Measure Boat Struck by Bolt In. Mobil nothing untierhanflad: will be allowed. J
the bulldlug! tie-up caused by tin ret ; 13ay."r I Besides tbe captains of the coaclava i i Lime, Cement, Stoves. '. !: -===::. ,-

fan .I of the HousesnJths and Bridgo- Mobil. 'Ala., August 4.- *lay afternoon in their cocked hats ar.d untforme men's union the : :! with lao. assisted by D. D .resigned Rev William h'cenoont Blacks sa. fb I' .'- t*. .
gold
to sign emplojs: tine Florodurawas
pleasure yaclit
I lYE C A R I' ... ,
IT\\ EX T Hawaii" and Professor Sociology IB Vale I'Bfocrai In n j. :
plan of arbitration. struck lightning off the wharfat the valets of PrinC1l1go., the a archll i:1: I
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of twenty professors and instructors Alt.....ate' ttt a.l. r' Ilk
"Tbe time was so short said Mr Point Clear, Baldwin county, the resort of the conclave, in gorgoous livi i ; LOADS IN OUR ': I .
Cheney, "to take action after w(} ha* on :Ikibilo' bay and Lwlyard Bout, aMes, arj constantly on the alert WAREHOUSESBAIBD -- --
heard tit the refusal of the tousesmlths formerly professor In the Imperial university The only thing known firm the inside !I .
to sign the it probably will tin SI.1rrIll at Kagaslma, Japan; Brw 13 that the cardinals! rote early i! ., W. r. LJ.ltMA". l fKe.s. WINTrl" 3 -
dart be.rtwe cam got Into worlrfa: GranrilU today and iDdirWually! c lehrat/ male .
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.baIJe." I Englishaifji visiting Mobile! in ronnoc- in the Pauline chail They ling. -=; :: :u. .

The tiTat to call the men from \vrlous ., tlon with an Investment, and William breakfast at 9 o'ckEfc, going shortly i OAIIDIVABE! [ [CO. ;::
iildltigs where they< have been lirevston. pilot of the brat were killed. aftere th" Sistine Chapel, whew they i I ..
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working La* not yet been init into Mr. Scott lied Instantly. The other remain until ab wt 11::* a. m. j II{ Gainesville, Florida. I',;' !
effect. two n.eer recovered onasciousness, I Tha piazza of SI Peters this mo er I I iii For June Application

though! evry effort was made to ing bore the usual <<9 earance of the3.St
JAPANESE CABINET CHANGES. save them. \' da.s. On Bearing Trees Uslj .

: Mr. Scott's young daughter and
Way Cleared far Elevation MarQuis Ito : Chart Baldwin engineer: of the yacht EaCOUNTER WITH BURGLAR. j
to National Council. were buiueJ by the bolt, but uncovered IPERUVIAN FRUIT
Toklo. July 18. via Victoria B. O, under musical attention. Wife of New York Congreia>man Has 4f i FUIII AND MANUR(
August :3.-The way of Marquis Ito Exciting Adventure. i j VINE f :

who has barn made president of the COLLIDED IN FOG. New York, August 1-Accenting to

privy aajucU Is cleared for his ascendetcy the pollc! 3 llrs. John Henry Ketcham f- f \j$ 20 I A High: Grade. Natural) Guano F. ,niiula) Flan t i t, \
in the national council. Head-On Collision on Panhandle-Many wife of the congressman: from the --
Count Vutfukata and Marquis Yama- J Passengers Injured. EightecEtli New York district, was 6 Qts. Forms of Sulphuric A..I l
Bata having been made privy counc& i; lEdlanapolia. August. -A specialto dangerously rajarod by a thief whom I _-

lors.The I The News from Hartford City Ind.. she disoo\ered in fepr apartments at 'j'I $4 9 i ,=i h Send for our new books-
importance of the recent' ca 4 ,, says: her son's residence tere roturning from | > ,., :/
net changes lies in the elevation. of A head-on CIJ1li*ion at 2:40: this a. m. a shopping expedition and her assail- 'II ": : '" "Ideal Fertilizers" and "Florida t.
I 'I't ye .*!.*
Manjuia Ito ta where he will without
position between a westbound Panhandle ant hurnedly escaped completing .
be removed from the odium freight train asd, the eastbound passi- the robbery A heavy pulaKvyls I l Qt' v .

of party management" and be aV-e! ger, injarei H:. Some may die. us**! by the robber i IlIS
at any time to take the Ift'ns. There was a heavy fog, making it ftilrs. Ketehain's collarbfjiie was brok. 1qp i3 n j*. WILSON & TOOMER' FEfTILiZER{ CQiWtY

The "s&(- led "domestic crisis" IraiJO-_ iotc! to see 50 feet ahead. The en, a deep gash was cut over her le"! J !
..U'Ii tE\Vli.l.l:.
IIOHI1M .
transparently made to seem like a Bagman of the freight train saw the temple: :and she was nearly Wrangled
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ministerial squabble is believed to be passneiger' train coming at full speed. with a handkerchief.A /II; )
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I a carefully arrange!! precaution against He had Just time to give! a shout and miss'ng hallboy, recently discharged r OCALA SEED STORE AGENT!.

lramln n...!. __ ._ __ .A. -
published in tie Japanese reversal when they mc< but the momentum connection with the case. '" AllI
pat>f'rs1tl.ln the last few days from not checked
was t oany ex I JAS.M.GRAHAM, Presuleut. i.l I 41 W If i f t rI ore
North China show the situation to be tent. DENVER LABOR TROUBL .


threatening.* I! No Sunday! Drinks for Jackson -re.4, Citizen's Alliance Wants to Run Out: CHAS. E. BLUM I COMPANY, I The First National t BankOF

DIED IN ELECTRIC CHAIR. : Jacksonville} Fla., August 4.-Begin! of Town Certain lgitators.Denver. .

I ning with next Sunday all of the ea- Colo., August 4.-The Cit 517 and 519 W. Bay St.
Antonio Turckowskl .Suffers Death loons of Jacksonville are to be closed zen's Alliance! of Denver has issued a GAINESV Il.l.E.;
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Penalty at Sing Sing. 'is tight as drum-heais. This action call for a maesmeetlng at the Denver I
Ossinlns.! X. Y., August 4.-'AntonioTirrokowsAi will be due to W. J. Bryan, the county chamber of commerce for tonight, with
a Pole was put to death solicitor who has addressed lettersto the implied; understanding that action Jacksonville(] fla. The Only Chartered Bank in Alaefetti' C...lf.Capital .

today In ttc electric chair at Sng Sing : the chef! of police and the sheriff will be taken to run out of town certain I I

I prison.He !, advising them that the law will have agitators which have been conspicuous I II *
dared on his way to the chair to be enforced to the letter. Mr. Bryan In the recent labor troubles j i I Surplus and Undivided Profits. > *

that he ran innocent of the murder : decided several weeks ago to take in Denver : Does exclusively a banking bu-iur-, \\"itbcUlt.!| ... t.,..aJ !+. sot t...> Yf
of Joba Shepoloski, a Brooklyn saloonkeeper the slot The p-ictor's union In resolutions I s-tate. fcsolicts the of .
action against machines, and aeoouutd: Fariut>rw, :Met h.uu. C "n fat; t..
which occurred March 6, and is a resell there have been several adopted at :yesterday's meeting has j i Etc. Interest allowed by *] -eisl| .rnni.riu.i>t Aft tu'r--
ol Trhici: be had been convicted.Turckwveki i arrests was sentenced! June I 10-17 M E 'I i .i.<'
22 I been taken oulow it is the saloons to oppose the alliance to the utmost j
and the time elapsing between the proODoaclng and the county solicitor! Is .determined and condemn such steps as outrageous I'
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of sentence and its executionis ;I that the law shall be en ; and anarchistic in the ex. a Seeds xam
said to have been the shortest: on forced. treme. I planted by tar vet

t' the state records. i t.ll. ,.p LMgde h .rar'Y mi;a5r re tear ....... .. ....(I)....... ....
USED LASH ON TEACHER. cdt
To Increase Capacity. Reservation To Be Opened. I
Colum: Ga., 4. I Sioux Falls. S. D. _: i ua'.red lucaul I
>Us. August -The City August 4.-Major Rather Sensational Affair Occurs at : L., p.ii 1f-e.al at sa4i READ !
Mills! conpany is to Increase the capacity james McLaughlin inspector of 5 D. M. FERRY & CO.,
Buchanan Ca. Detroit, tech.
c! its meal department from j the Indian bureau at Washington, is
1 Buchanan Ga, August 4.-Quite .
4,500 to k.OvO bushels! Jaiy. A new at Rosebud agency securing the signa. a .
cater *heel will be installed which I I tures of the Indians to an amended sensational scene took place just in The Florida
front of the postoffice in which promj I : TimesUnionREDUCED :
will afford 20o more horse power. treaty for the opening to white settle-
Spending $1,200 Weekly. I meat of 416,000 acres of their reservation inent people figure1. I T. MURPHY _- -.. .
I It that certain I .
seems remarks of
a .
Columbus Ga.. August The i, situated In Gregory county. He ,
Southern Ben Telephone company con. i is meiunp with good success, and derogatory character have been made I SUBSCRIPTION HATES .
tinues' the work of extending its lines j -nill complete the work within a few by a young school teacher, who lives 'I DAILY AND \ov ._
at this Place and- teaches school some and j oacMonih potyetaaA J to
f and improving its equipment in Colum I! days. Machine IroqWorHs.) Three Month.. (xxlft paid i ,. .
f bus. It is estimated that the company 2 miles cut of town, concerning the 1>Months: .. poets>aid ).... ,.
daughter of Buchanan's postmistress. One Year xMUfc led t-,? .
la now spending from $1,200 to
t 11.500 weekly in construction work In First Bale Received at Albany. Upon tearing of this, the mother I) ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION It MScmiWrcLIv P t*. .
and about Columbus. Albany Ga., August t.-The firsst provide herself with two or three Iron, Ilravi. and 16ron/e (':...(. s.mi-\\cckly Killiliin KdMo OTt5r -, .
I I! bale of Georgia's! new cotton crop was good hickories, and when the school iii;:...; 3Iachiiif and Pattern a.
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Report of Earthquake
Rom. August 4.-Th Denied. marketed here today by Deal L. Jackson teacher came along, she, assisted by Sliopo; farineaiul ISail- AUcoiumunicationianilremitUacti . ,
lished In report pub a negro farmer the bale weighing her sister, administered quite a thrashing road Ut.'I airs. $
America that an earthquake 3CS pounds, classed fully middling. to the young man. When this THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION JiClSOhilUE FIr I
had occurred In the island of Sxjely 610 to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville .
The bale sold for 15 cents per was completed, she had a libel prepared
and two towns were destroyed, ia quiteunfounded. pound and was shipped to Savannah. and forced him to( sign it The
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Quake occurred The on last the shock mainland of earth.Sat The first bale last year came on the matter ended here. Study at t H ome of t"ti1ize erena JOI.Ilpa"'lllIIe.., EC'tin.a i I.
All
betteeed.rau.
19th and was grown by Jackson, who parties are prominently con.
urday being felt especially the Leant more, and you
tare pro has be:!i "first bale man" for several I connected and the affair is very much can more. With the T Mct Home Study Leuoas, of ..
Buevento near Naples, but no leate borne ot employment learn IIookk regretteJ. Algebn. years. y.PhyakcLuu.tc.
damage was done. 1 .. l> .r .' sa tcss. C re;;>ars. TcacbenaIJedlnpuuun'lnaUo.(rcc. AS3css,I.L ati a,r&lallo....Stn.d f i.'. ............. ............
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THE OCALA-BANNER PAGE ELEVEN -

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BEHIND THE RULE. NOTICE. CHARTER OF THE CENTRAL '
THE ANGELIC GIRLA HID

OF MASKED NATIONAL BANK OF OCALA. j

One of Horace Greel ya Orders That Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section ""
Cynic Tells Her Sweetheart Just
Helped nil Newi' Editor. 8, of Chapter 4SSS Laws of Florida. No. 6825.

1P MEN STORM JAIL How Fragile She I IL As an editor Horace Greeley had become A Chain NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LOUISA Treasury Department. Oliceof the Comptroller .

purchaser of tax certificate No. J
"A young man of my acquaint- weary of the constant repetition is no stronger than its 140, dated the ist day of Julv, A. D. 1901 hassled : ofthe Currency.

inco said Dr. "who is sentences. weakest link. A fertilizer said certificate office and made
Cynicus, of the word "the" In opening in my application Washington D. c., Jane). igoj. .

jtrB Jaiticc Dealt Murderer very much in love, wearies me excessively One issueo. his paper In particular exasperated deficient la with law.for Said tax certificate deed to embraces issue in the accordance fellow- U7HEREAS. BY SATISFACTORY EVT 1, :!

GirL ] by his ravings over his him. Almost every item had POTASHis ing described property situated in Marion dence presented to the unlersigned it
Littlft county Florida, to-wit Commencing at a point
of
with has been made to that .
sweetheart, her angelic qualities, etcetera. Its opening paragraph begin 960 feet south and 32" feet west of northeast corneT -: appear '
"the" This lack of judgment on the of southeast quarter section 28. township i J, The Central Xatioital Hank of Otala." ,
She is
too for this
1 A ELL-TC-OO FARMER. fragile writers in the choice of range 21, thence. south 360 feet west 363 feet located in the city cf Ocala, in the euuuijr of j ;
! .1. world, he thinks. part of his norta 360 feet. east 363 feet. Marion and sate of Fonda his complied with ;

1 words received attention Greeley wrot The said land being assessed at the date 01 all the provisions 01 the statutes of the rutted
.1 Efforts of Sheriff and 'Fragikrsayal. 'How fragile? This notice be requested to be the issuance ot such certificate in the name of States required to be complied with belore aa t3
t f" .pita a note. Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be association shall be authonzed
Ever test her ? Let just as dangerous as a re to commence the .
OfpIolU Mot Secures fragility me give posted In the editorial room and caused deemed according to law. tax deed will i5 ueshereon business Banking. "

I TiiittIvI you some figures about her and womankind of It to be sent to correspond- chain with a cracked link. on the 2istday of August. A. D 1903. Now therefore I, William B. Ridgley Comp j "
I UttJt Girl aAd Lynches copies Witness my official signature and seal this the troller of the currency do hereby certify that
I ,aant of in general showing the extent tnta The order read: I5th day of July: A. D. 1903. "The Central National Bank" ol Ocala. located t '

of their We will must the S. T. SISTRUNK. in the city of Ocala in tbe county of M trios and i
r p010.1itdL. fragility. sup- Tnder no circumstances 7 17 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. state of Florida is authorized commence the 1 ,

i poee this piece of perfection is in word 'the' be used In the opening or business of Banking as provided in section fift,. I,
"ull. Aurust 6lltte .- >l-spita one hundred and nine of the Revised "
; sixty
of a news ar
moderately good health. She will subsequent paragraphs
1 vloUm'i fatller, NOTICE OF SCHOLARSHIP AT DEFU- Statutes of the United States J
: du1i4 ot.b. live to of Wo- ticle. In sentence within a paragraph Our mOnevwinnj.g books art In testimony whereof witness my band and
AsotinwrB county, say, sixty years age. peded by every man .ho owns NIAK SPRINGS. seal of office this ninth day of June 1901SEAL 'I
IWII Ik&MI. men do not like, any more than men It will be tolerated if used with mofreration. a neM and a plow,and ho de- [ ] WM B. RIDGELY. j
lB dcpuUes J to guard sires to get the most out oi them.
.' If cannot write a paw- 619 Comptroller of the Currency.
do yon '
to die-not much for They uejfne Send postal cud.
Hamilton well- so womennever N AUGUST JlTH AND 2JD THERE WILLbe
: a
: ""'. \\'UUam graph without "the' to open it, omit"One O
old know. Listento held in my office in Ocala a compeuve
ATOM, ibot iwlf-confesed outU4 grow you day shortly after the Issuance of examination for the scholarship at DeF.iniak NOTICE.
tfo4t
Ut>Ul mfcnkrw of IHtleRfUrd me. She will eat one pound of his new rule Greeley entered the editorial Spnngs. Florida The beneficient will receive
beef mutton $100 a year :n eight cash payments for two
or other meat j
some
taken ,
forcibly
*. "u room in a fury. years
day. That's 365 of The scholership is to one man or Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section !
Awttn 'CUnl1 Ju ti&Tto every pound "How Is It that we have nothing Intoday' open any
t U LW- -4 : woman in Marion county. between the ages of 8, Chapter 4*>8, Laws of Florida.
: iTtcaed by moo flesh in a year. In sixty It's regarding Holland's attitude and of moral 1
: ..&!|nt and a years paper eighteen twenty-five good char NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT E. 0.
How's that for fragility of the northr I I-- acter. W. D. Cam. .
L mea" wblch bad boon 21,900 pounds. toward the policy purchaser of tax certificate So
tI ,,V had I It should) be the ambition of 7-17 SupL of Schools. 1526. dated the ist July A. U 1901. ha* filed
.VNIIU4 II IUl from &ll part4AJ1 ? he asked of bis editor who chargeof every said certificate in my office, and has made application ,

ooufit/. 'She will eat as much bread and the foreign news. woman to live up to her best photo- By order cl the School board of Educationthe for tax deed to issue in accordancewith
tl ( examination for scholarship to DeFuniak law. Said certificate embraces the foflew- .
An alibi loci tha feeling that Ham.itaJd as many vegetables per diem, and This editor was aware that be had : gra ph. Springs has been postponed from Aug. 7 to Aug. ing described property situated in Marion county f

there omitted an important news item which 22 and n. W. D. Cam Supt, Florida, to-wit: Northeast quarter of north 1
Instant11t have in sir '
trugledtt 4:3,900
t* you years __ east section of '
...s at the time be considered as unimportant I The number of opium smokers in quarter 9, northwest quarter
northwest of section
"J pounds of bread and meat. quarter io, all in township
But Le resourceful EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CREDITORSAND 15.
was range 24.
.. I >
fttr* the who thought the 'If she is not too angelic, she 'Your rules and orders are positive, the United Stat! 8 i is estimated at OTHERS. The said land being assessed at the date of '

J. but it the issuance of such certificate In the name of -
to torturt was will drink less than two
louM daily
no '
Mr. Greeley, are they not? asked the 1,000,000. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CRED- ('oknown t"nles said certificate shall be re-

I IUJ1 . WotUng out the life oli I After ;you pas fifty people wonder having claims or demands against the estate of thereon on the nth day of 1995. : .
t And the time she is havea
ba H3t3al! >7 I by ready to "Certainly1 shouted the famous CHARLES lAB:>OS.: deceased. that they and Witness my official signature and seal this the i

monument she will have consumed scribbler. every time they look at you what you each of them.are called upon; and required to 4th day oi July, A. D. 1903. 1
present their claims against the said estate to S. T. ,
c.Aboat U:1I i oViork W masked men, 175 hogsheads of !liquids. Fragile? "Then tell me bow I could have used intend to do with your money when the undersigned as executor the test will and 7-io Clerk Circuit Court, Iaroo SbTKtK).

CIr! r.c.. t1)nce3Ja with handker- 'Srrw/ I to this man 'The Hague for the date line in the testament ot Charles E Abson.deceased within ji
rays young ;you die. two years from this date. as required by law, i
lJcbod In &:1 orderly manner : 'these figures do not include the for Holland dispatch without violating otherwise same will be forever barred. NOTICE.State .

tjtli ru* U/wardd th jaiL'hen lambs she will down your positive order." It can't be such a feat that the hair EDW. HOLDER
ty or fifty worry Executor ot last will and testament of CharlesE
within sight the guarda: calls Mr. Greeley was beaten but he muttered Abson.deceased.
Cf jot with mint sauce. It does not take of our head are counted, dut do you of Florida, County Marion.District Nat
.
Ocala Fla., July loth, A.D 71081NOTICE
them to naltT06 answer "If you fellows could! use judgment ; 1903.
{ tpoa into consideration her ice her Civil Action.
cream knows how
suppose anyone many
masked men was to throwc. there would be no need for
too: tiM oysters, her clams and such. All :'ofr.T. J. Barnes vs. Clarence E.
Tracey
uiHi to the ground. The keys rulea. bugs we eat in our berries? OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVETO
{ this, means about forty-five tons. TO CLARENCE E. TRACY DEFENDANT 1
t rt Uin tram tht guards, the jail SELL MINOR'S LAND all others whom it may concern, you 1
? Think of in
Fragile your affinity are hereby notified that a wnt of garueshmenthasbeen
and finally entrancewas BOY DROWNED IN. COOSA. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
75F4 I taUftt) connection with these figures and issued in the above cause, and thai

tltif04 tho i tb9 Jail proper. 'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT OX your money in the hands ot the '
then rave over her being fragile! I i> the Atlantic Coast Line railroad company has heragarnesheed :
)!fUwbtle another company of Lindsey Butler Loses Life While In Department of the Interior, !Land Office at ;and that unless you appear before
Third if & &mlJit.-I.. D.
diy
Young man vou're a fool. Bah!I' /9"J,
Gainesville Fla., said court on or before the .
fcbout SO In number had June jgth, 1903.
.
,J mm. Swlmrr.tng.Gadsden. '
tiii I wi apply to Honorable Robert Bullock '
Sarrhed up the street and taken posi. Philadelphia Ledger. Alx. August 6.-Llndsey NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE County Judge in and for Marion County. State 41* duy of Sctftmlxr A. D. tyA
named settler has filed notice ol of Florida. at his office in Ocala. in said county. judgment by default will be entered againstyou

Uoet about the entrance to the JalLi GEORGIA LEEGISLATURE. Butler, 12 years old son of Dave Butler his intention to make final proof in support of for an order authorizing me, as Guardian of MRS. THOS. J. BARNES.

: ta*. Uft none attempted to in his claim. and that said proof will be made before the minor heir of the estate of Harriet Copp, 7 2 1'lainti.
i
drowned in
was the Coosa river
,
Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala Fla.. on deceased. to tell at prtvatsale the following

rf.... They kept back the crowd Question of Appointing Steering Como at Alford Bend Sunday afternoon August 8th. iy 3, property belonging to said estate to-wit:

vtfcfc tad Wed the streets all night ,mitle Uselessly Discussed about 1 o'clock.Lindsey : viz OLIVER MOORE of Flemington Fla., All the that town certain of Ocala.lot or piece county of cf ground Marion situatein and NOTICE. )

far! the lycchttg it was cer- lid. 27747. for the northeast quarter of southwest state of Florida more particularly described as 1NOTIF
tiRJtf Butler his brother \
Atlanta Frankand
,
August i.-Tte house ol quarter of section 9, town hp 13 south follows. Commencing at the southeast corner of I

tala vouM occur, !and as soon as the representatives let another bow thei ther.inla"m Ram- rouge to east lot one [i] of block twenty-six [x] of the old IS HEREBY GIVEN TO W. B
go
lie names the following witnesses to prove his of the town of Ocala.and thence 'oC/rtOI./ and all interested that a 1
attack ..u made upon Ilamihon's cell and a half yesterday in an apparently sey, were In swimming! v/hea: Lindsey coutinuous residence upon and cultira ion of surrey north thirty-cine [391 feet and eight running[l'} inches suit has been in pr.D the county judge '

e. catT population of the town, useless discussion the got beyond his delth. When his companions said land. viz: Randolph Feaster Waiter Thomas thence west to the line dividing lots one and court 01 Marion county, Honda byauaduM.' t
over questionof B F. Bauchillon. Kease Lee. all of FlemiDg- in favor otV j. Chambers, ,
two of block twenty-six:, thence southwardly dOn b
Ualr Busben swelled by poople from appointing a steering cwaniitteu to discovered this fact he was ton Fla. W. G. ROUINSOX.' along said line thirty nine [3'1j] feet eight [.,] under the style and name of the C '

tS nrruiTdlng! country gathered about fix the order of business for the remainder sinking head foremost and came up 73 Regihter. inches. thence east along the south boundary of bers A.D.1903.Shoe Company on the nth day o ,
lot one to the southeast corner. the pint of beginning
e. ja.'l cf t&e session. no mYeSo far his body has not ; having erected thereon a two story And the said W. D. Morton and all per***

the lynchprs ani; Hamflton PETITION FOR SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL frame dwelling house. inerested are hereby ri-qutredtoa'pe.rti (kit
As been recovered. His family Is prominent -
before the down before
house eat Said land belonging- to the estate of said Harriet acton the count. jude -i.b.s,-.tec is
DISTRICT. .
rtK&] the ocrner or First and Fllltvjff squarely or the proposition and there in Etowah. Copp. deceased, to be sold for the best interest lala, Florida, on

.'WtI they halted under a guy. of said minor heir. )M'lilu the 7//1 d,y of *fjrfiifit, i.-I) '
will be iio etearlng committee. The This zith day of July, ' > ?
tlr. rich crosses the stroet and Didn't Patronfie Her Father. : THE UNDERSIGNED: CITIZENS AXD judgment will he given in wiwl csm-e ;f.
\\'K Guardian.
house is evidently afraid of it. Someof taxpayers of the territory described below, 731 JAMES K.COTTREL, af the said \V.J. Chamber. Aui Uui aoUgiUM
Jcbi rV.tric Irght poles. Here one A youu woman living in a suburban will on the be recovered 537 35 and costs of suit,
the o-mbers who most Btrcaraonsly
villas? turned her graceful talent for \\ tot my hand as county judge aI .
.f the leiers a&ked Hamilton if he oppose it said they did so because f'irxf H.'wldj/ Sqtoll/.r, 1903. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. seal of the said court on this the bth day / ,

Tinted to confers. lie did ea daiicin? to ummnt by carrying on the present to the Board of Public Instruction of A.0.1903. R.BULLOCKj.
they thought It woulC, give tie speaker instruction of the youn folks in the :Marion county, Florida. this petition asking .-10 [seal] County Judge cf >l anon Co. n
Some of the mob thought hanging said Board of Public Instruction of
Marion
_
too much power or that the committee neighborhood in that artt the he- IS HEREBY GIVEN' THAT CS-
Florida, to call election for NOTICE
too r-hl l for hm! and wanted to torture county an the pur- by.virtue of a final decree enteredon
would steer no bills! forward of creating a special tax school district NOTICE.
to
sSunin: of the tiTtu her class was attended pose the 17th day of July; A. D 1903 by the Hon.
the brate. but the original be known as the uak Hill Special Tax School
pro- except tacit bills as members of the by an awkward overgrown girl Vi. s. Bullock,judge of the circuit court ot the
District, to include in aid district the following
pcrTEtled and it was decideublm. I 5th Judicial circuit of Florida, Marion
grim county.
'
commit ee were interested in. who was much in nwd of such culture. priperty.to-witCommencing:
in cqancery. in a certain cause therein pending Notice of Application for Tax Deed Sec

WI: I Today the house will vote again on She was the daughter; of a local under- 5. range 20 e; theuce at the running ne corner south of sec to se 2. corner twp 13 wherein Charles S. Shooter is complainant and lon S, Chapter 4SSr, Lax s of l-1o IDe
Emma Long. Stonewall and H. Hicks
the ooavlct; Question but the prospects tJ kl'r.ftpr two \lessons she discontinued Of sec 14, twp 13, r v, thence w to the sw corner are defendants. The undersigned Long special J. master VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CAMP
OLDEST RELIC OF of see IS. twp 13.: r 20; thence north along -1 Co purchaser of tax
ITS KIND. range 1-hosphate
attendance and oise of her ac- in chancery named and appointed in said .
indicated
for a settlement ns by a line to the nw coruer of see 6. twp 13. r 20.: final decree the will No. 1147. dated the ist day of July, A U
to execute ,
191.
test vote yesterday, on a motion to iliiniutaiiiTO risked her why she bad thence east along torth line of twp 13 to the sw same. on has filed said certificate in my office and

Ntw Yorfc Museum Purchases Bronze civeu her l Iwisous."Well. corner ol sec 33. twp 12. i 20, thence north along Monday tkfth; dayujSeptembit, A. O rgo;, made application for tax deed to issue in M'ance
reconmii! are about as remote as over up the west line of sec 33 to the sw cor of nw# of between the hours of i: o'clock a m., and 2 wll Said certificate cmbl..1 .

Chariot of Great Antiquity.Wk The linos are tightly drawn with ti ." said she. "Mis' Blank neverpitmnia's nw5/ofsec 33, t 12,r Othence: e to se cor ofneJi o'clock p. m.. in frontofthe south door ot the fallowing described prope-ty sItuate In Ma
father, and so I won't of n w & ot sec 33. t i j. r zo; thence s to the s e court hou.; in Ocala Ma noil county. Fbrida county Florida to wit; Wel .
AugustA bronze evident advantage somewhat In favor my corofse 4 of nw yt of sec 33. t i2rc; thence offer for sale and will: sell to the highest and quarter, section a township i r-L-,, :'

eiirlot -.tich is btlltted to be the of those who the re-enactment patronize: her school. Philadelphia e to the n e cor of the n 'v yt of the n e yt of s w best bidder for cash the mortgaged premises The said land being as'cssed at the dale .
oppose I..'<1.r.I ;{ of set 33. t 12, r ao: thence s to the twp mentioned and described in s.ud final decree the issuance of such certificate in the name
oUwt lellc of its kind in the world ajent of the present lease: system. line dividing 12 and 13. thence easterly dividing to'wit: party unknown Unless said cert-Deal 1"
I twps 12 and 15 to p ob. Fractional block numbered 15 ol Cline's addition redeemed according: to law tax deed
lu b8.:, pnrchased in Paris by the 'I The house passej the bill by Jlr.Shtoa. Raiiroad: Auditors! Meet! (signed) H. \v. Nettles. J. McEwen.: B D to the city of Ocala. according to plat on thereon ou the nth - oi August, A D I<._

1iV'opol1tan,! museum. The relic. of Fulton to abolish insanity bam Ala. I Boschellon, I). Daut J. K. .M 11111, M. J. Mix- record in Plat book "A." page 515. in the omce of Witness my official signature and seal ibti the
I Birmj:; August G.-Aa son, the clerk of the circuit COUI t; same being in the 4th day of July A. u. inc.;
% tklch i In a state of excellent preser. trials under certain: circumstances, bya imports meeting of auditors of the northeast quarter 01 the northwest quarter oi s T. SIsTRUXK10 ,

'*Zio u bt-HeveU to various: railroad lines in Birmingham: and containing 61-100 of an acre. lying and being
fur about 700; ) B. C. It was discorwd whirr a person has: been convicted in Marion county. Florida, or so much
he-Id: here at the hUman hotel.
was
a y(. tr ago in an excavation on a of a capital offense and sentenced I thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy said OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVg
I Uealt: with including the shipment 01 Application for Tax Deed Union Section 8 of cecree and co is.
Prime easte near Rome, and was of- I he shall DC.. have the right to plead: insanity Chapter 4VS. Lausof Florida 7-24-03 T. E. BIGGS T:SELL MINOR'S "UNO.jroTICE .
?veral matters of importance were
fred to' sale VIOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Special Master.
to European museums st the time of tae commission JOSEPH
iliort-weight: cotton from this city several .i\ StanaUnd. purchaser Tux Certificate No I IS THAT OH

at J:lot 0e( How much it cost theN I 01 ue HiiK(:. thereby securing another ) months ago. This matter is still 1237 dated the.|ih day of Nov, A. 1) 1895. has NOTICE itu slayof UEEBGIR'i Auuust. U. I T
: ew York i I.. known I filed said certificate in mv office. and has made to Eon. Robert W.
must-urn net but I trial The question of subsequent insanity I ply Buluck cou-ity jJ,
I I under consideration on the part of the application for tax deed to iue in accordancewith and tor Marian of PIts, .;
Stte
tie priw i i3 stated to have been some- may: determined: by inquiry, if law. said certfticatc embraces the foovrino Mioflhcein Ocala, in sal I f.i i .
ailroads. Several suits have teen described property situated in ;Marion Notice ct Application foe Tax Deed Under Section -j county .
t1nZ 1eg than $lOO,{\h). !! the governor thinks the circumstances authorizing me. a! guardiau 0 the
I Florida.
filed against railroad companies for county. t..Wlt S. ot Chapter. 4&ax Laws of Florida. PRESTON HOLLY eli pr.vst.
warrant ;it The bill contains a provision North half of north half of southeast quarter IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LCIGI W1LLL\I thl folljwi&g prope.-ty belji. a .
May Be Case of Murder. these shipments: of short weight cot section 31, tnshij 15 range; 24. NOTICE'! purchaser of Tax certificate Ns.14so estate to-wit, South three qn"rter.gf e*-t t. t
making it inapplicable to any I Tbesaid land beinga -ed at the date of the
ton, alleged, and the indications 31'eI ; ; dated the 3rd aay of October. A. D. ISQ3. of southeast quarter ot section 10 and I J".
Nw }ark, August Following the case pending at the time of its pas issuance such certificate the name of Frank has filed s' id certificate in my office and has wet quarter ul northwet quarter of MC eiscovery la the that there will be & large amount 01 Moses. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed made application for tax: :deed to issue in accordance and an undivided halfinterest in south '!.

Harlem river of 'the sage. I litigation over the affair. No crimini! according to law. tax deed will issue with law. Said certificate embraces the quarters of southwest 01 sectiOB I'' ..: I
S taJe body of an urldentlfled white Another bill passed by the house 99 thereon on the 12th day of September, \.D. 19<>3- following described property situated in Marion north hal of qur. quarter of Bt-'i-! \
proceedings have been started, nor js Witness my official signature and seal this the county, Florida. to wit: sooth half of southWest quarter 15. and southwest qtuirtet
:3.n.ith a cut in the forehead four Mr. Booth of Walton to 3rd day of August, A. D. son
to 20.1U by there possibility of 1903.S. quarter ,.ection 13. township 15. range 21. northeast of nore quaiter .1: -,
1'iroes tare been arrested of any any. T. SISTRCNK The said land being assessed at the date of tion 15. all in 15 raage it-a.
on suspicion prescribe the qualifications Jurors. st
Clerk Circuit Comt ilarion Co.,Fla.
I Pits In 73 the i issuance of such certificate in the name of containing 2 C acres more luJ...;
of nrarder. One of the pris. The object of this measure is to prevent Cherry Appendix.New Henning L and I Co. Unless said certificate ion county, Florida to lie bld 11f.l. b-t n.

en@r. has told thel York, August G.-Nearly onehundre.j shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed terestof said minor heir.
olloe that be met from serving a petit
i a lerscn: as LAND AT SALE.
PUBLIC
,
will issue thereon on the 23th day of August Aft This 13th day of July. 1903. ALEX HOt\
cherry have
pits been
the lI'hlte! man in a Harlem saloon; juror at twc successive terms of court foundIn 1903. 717 Gau

that the the appendix of a patient who -fas Witness my official signature and eal this the
three ethers came in and saw The first bill to come before the senate TOR S.\LIT PUBLIC AUCTION WEST zist day of July, A. D.1903.

tt e maa stow a roll of bills, and thatece was that of Mr. Rainey, of Terrell, being: operated upon In a Brooklyn I half t41!: > of the northwest quarter >K) of 3. T. 6ISTR.t' "1\:, NOTICE.

of ihe hospital. The collection had not section twenty-four ((24)), township thirteen ((13) 724 Clerk Circuit Court :Marion Co. Fla.
crowd bougnt a flask of 11Wor to incorporate the Vassar school district I south of range twenty((20)) east.situated in :Marion : -

into which cause appendicitis, however. Their county. Florida. The above property willie
he Terrell This is one
poured a quantity of : county.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed rss l
\ sold to the highest bidder for cash on
of discovery was due to an operation for NOTICE
matt He left the party and latf of the Gills creating special school districts Tuesday A HijH't! if, ISo; tion 8 Chapter 4S Lawiot Florida_
of the
Ml he met one of them carrying in his but differs considerably from cancer stomach.: After the at Fairfield, Fla., at I o'clock p. m. and quit TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1. I

" annt tie ,white man's clothes. those parsed upon by the senate com cancerous growth had been cut away claim deed will be executed by the United Statesto : Notice Application for Tax Deed rnder Section .i.' Chailes V. Vtller fanhw> I.G".,

,. the surgeons took away the pits ? its interests therein. JOsEPH E LEE. ,. S, of Chapter J>>-, Laws of Florida. cates numbers 1515 date Apr5k. A r.-
mittee. Senator Perry moved to recommit 7 24 Collector Internal Re>enue. 1824 and i&35 datedug i* I
Stack the patient is on the way to recovery. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TiUTCH.\S certificates 12 s>dated Attgiutl<
Will that the
\ Be Consolidated. this bill, contending purchaser of Tax Certificate No. A. D. has filed said in my 4-'

t=aly, X. Y., August 5.-Circulars: constitutionality of this measure should NOTICE OF APPLICATION-FOR FINAL has zoco filed dated said the certificate 6th day of in August.my omce.A. :and D. 1900.has and 19. crtict* ded to MJ-

\. 1ITe bt'ft: mailed to the stockholders be investigated. He referred to the Will Not Agree to Surrender. SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE. made application for tax: deed to issue in ac- brace in acrdnc following with d law.rib Said property certificate MUMtt-'t af"

I f Ae Consolidated bills that London August C.-In the house cordance with law. Said certificate cnibrac-s in Marion I.. :
. Gas company of large numter of such were ol the following described property situated in countForid toWt. Wa
of 11. i>>
this city announcing an issue of rending. There were tnree of these commons today Premier Balfour in IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ;Marion county. Flonda.: t-wit: Southwest ter of northea-t quarter S section: .thw 2. I ,i
of the northeast quarter section ii
W.000.000 of this stock which is offered bills from Terrell county, seven from reply to Henry Norman, announced NOTICE executor ol the last win and quarter township i-. range 23. 9 southeast quarter and scutheast section 9. north half of MMattii.ol acut',,:
east quarter
for testament of JOHN A. COLE, deceased will on said land assessed the date oi quarter
Mbscription at $150. The object I another; aId eight from another. In that Instructions had been sent to Tbe being quarter and southw eat of quart: .>
ct the 15tIIY "f January A.D.!/o;. the issuance cf such certificate in the name of arte. '
the stock Issue is to meet the cost I. this latter case the entire county had the British minister at Paris not to make final settlement of his accounts and applyfor Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed of section section 4. :southwest i$, northwest quarter Ibt"u'-.
o
ot punt these school to the Chinese government's final discharge. Such final settlement and according to law. tax deed win issue in ic> 11. M.
now being erected on Long been cut up into special agree thereon on the 2th day of August, A. D, 1903. township range
application to be made to the county Judge of The said land being assessed at de tf.iuthe
Ward which will! supply all of Man. districts. He said the attorney gner- oemanl to surrender at Shanghai: ol Marion county, at Ocala. Florida. Witness my official signature and seal this the issuance oi such certificate it the MHU

" ttan !and do away with the present al was investigating! this: whole the editor and staff of the Chineasreform 7 24 6m J. M. LIDDEU.NOTICE .. 21st day of July, A. D. 903.S. T. SISTRCNK. Richard A. Corning. CU'. HcLeu. T "

r lntter.l Supao. _.m.. ..h. .._..........._........_.... u ._..._______ 24 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. Ho J. Chamoliss, Unknown and.A. I \:
plants
in this city. The question and it would in his judgment, trgan Se.

Prsent capital of the Consolidated be unwise to pass these bills until the Kscsas River Rising. T Unless said certificates tax deed will than taaae be tbarei redrraccordicztolaw. :-. '

toopaay is ,SO.iuitfl I attorney general could furnish the legislature Lawrence. Kaas., August 6.-The NOTICE- theIlth&yOfAngUatLD1905.Witness .

files M with his opinion as to their Kansas river here rose about a toot I. Office of H. W. Long, Chairman. Board of ) the day my of ofcia 1pa sad .<
Petlton In Bankruptcy. Notice of for Tax Deed Under Section -. mi 19
I Ie. constitdtiouality. As for himself, he last ni Ut. The north bank of the County CommiS'iioDers.fUlOn Co, Fla. Application SISTR19fl
A V York, August C.-Daniel H. )[arte1. Fla.. July oth. 1903. I S.Chapter 4.;; Laws of Florida. 7.10 Clerk Circuit crt Mario Co. > '
was of the: opinion that the bills! were new chancel is constantly giving I.
'Mmorc a broker has filed way ToM! TOWhom It May Concern: TvTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS.
peti-
to f In a clearly unconstitutional. to the force of the current and the BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED TO J.N L.T. Burke. purchaser of tax certifies No.
bankruptcy with liabilties! for SEALED a steel bridge across the Withla- 137, 13-9, dated the i:,t day ot July D. 1901 NOTICE.
1131.600 portion of North Lawrence next to has filed said certificates in my office: and has
river
and nominal coochee near Dnnnellon. Fla., togetherwith
assets of $15consisting ,- river is and made application for tax deed to issue in ac-
into the said
the going stream at plans specifications: bridge to be
-, Of totes of men and DISASTROUS FLOODS IN CHINA. erected west o{ and as near the railroad bridge ccrdance with :aw SaId certificate embracethe Notice of Application for Tax Deed fader lac-
the rate of 25 feet a day In some following described property situeted in
Also sealed tids for
WttPttlct
in Atlanta, Ga., and $iG2, a pac's.crkmen today began tear as draw practicable in old bndge from 34 feet to 50 feet widening with :Marion county. Fla. to-wit. East half of north S.Chapter 4 8t, Lawt of Florida.VT

debt due him. II isliabilities were Hundred Repcrted Drowned at plans an 1 specifications said bids and specifications hall of lot 2. section 20. and southwest quarter IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT P. H.i. .
Seven dovru a residence that was 600 fet-t' '. except lot 13 Hyde Park section 21 all in township of
WMractM ing to be delivered in person to H. \\ Long. .> Brown. purchaser tax H*
in Atlanta 183o: and 1897 Che Foo. from the water before the flood July 2V 1003. at Dunnelion, Flori.la. 15, range 22. The said land being assessad -463. dated the ist day of July c ha*
t4 In New York city from 1900 to 5.-A dispatch reeeiv.ed away The right to reject any or all bids is reserved.H. at the date of the ;issuance of such certificates in filed said certificate in my othce. and 19
, 1so. Berlin, August but whih: is now on the brink of the \V. LONG Chairman. the name of Unknown and Laurence Huebner. application for tax deed to issue in .

f Among the creditors is the here 700 persons were drowned k7'a 3t Bd. Co. Corns., Marion Co., Fla.WANTEDSEVERAL Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according with law. Said certificate embraces the fotto*.
'Ut8 says river. to law. tax deed '-1'1 issue theron on the situated in
f; of Georgia lug described property
),_
.. for 15000. in the disastrous floods which occurred 25th day of August A. D. 1903. ty Florida. to-wit: Orange grove
t
Street Pt'al'elIurf'd. Witness my official signature and seal this the Silver Park less .
China July 27. INDUSTRIOUS PERsons feet
::1t Che Foo : 22nd day ot July A.D. 1903. Spring 3 date
Notes For Redemption. don't have no travel for house established The being tt the
Rufus-Xosuh! Ah in each state to S. T. ISTRt' K. .
and )
Washington August 5.-National The bridges within the city mo' trouble wit de boss at de shop. eleven mercnants years and and with a large tor capital successful to and call 7-24 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.Fla. the Unknown.issuance ot Unless such said certificate certificate in tb DI l t
with their occupants were agents
houses upon
: bank notes received today for tedemp- many Uncle Remus Huh! Yo' mus' 'a' profitable line. Permanent engagement. Weekly deemed according to law. tax dd w. ..
In the torrent thereon on the 2ist day of August. A.
wept away cash of JiS and all traveling
bon $6I .%S6; government receipts inhabitants done reformed yo' ways. den. Is yo'? and hotel salary bills advanced in cash each expenses week. Witness my official signature aDd teal ttot th 4

t_ from internal revenue I5S3.476; cntona & Two thousand of the are Rufus-Nossuh! Ah'se done quit de Experience not essential. :Mention reference FOHYSHIDNEYCOBEMakes 13th dayof July, A. D. 193.I17 .
left without means of subsistence. and ejclose self-addressed envelope. THE T. SI TRI!
11.439,988; miscellaneous |8SJ ,- I 1ob!Chicago News. NATIONAM, 334 Dearborn St. Chicago. 5-i-iot>t Kidney and Bladder Right Clerk Circuit Court, aOD C. Ila.

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fl" s1c STARVING(' ttttl t I t tttttt t tItlt 1 t ItIIttIIIttIIlltttItttIttt'ttIIttttItttIttttttIttlltt' tP t : ''''''


i AND PENNilESS

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l Terrible Condition of People '
= ASE. JAKE -?
I In St. Vincent.



14 I h i Paper VICTIMS at Kingstown OF LATE Publishes ERUPTION.Harrowing I TEA POT GROCERY


Account of the Distress at PreSent

Existing Among Many Familieson

+ the Island.Kingstown .
-
St. Vincent, July 10.- o -
The Sentry publishes an article today i -

calli-ng:: labile attention to the miserable

condition! of the many sufferers ,".:."--"-'.-,:-'-.'".L<"a.'.. _, .,'- '."....._.;:;:,.,.. '"'''_.; _. _..._... ... .,",,;:,b'_. .'. __"".""_' "' 1'I q.___ :.>._- _'._.'__.._'-." _'.. ."_.c.'."" _"""."'", -.a". ._ '.."' *_" "."".,. ..., '" ,- -: ..._.. ;/;;:<;_. ..- ,-:--'
} Iran the late eruptions of the Sou- ,
-
f
f trlere.
!r $ "The tradition of the stricken faro-
::! files says The Sentry, "who are sick,
'f'I "
starving and penniless excites the elll -
:i : qty of the: hardest heart and fires ECONOMY
;::1 t .' Vith Indignation the minds of those
::1'. "who are aware that this unfortunatenay
:: disgraceful-circumstance IS
} the direct result of the acts of a despotic -
:: governor-ln-ebJef. who treats with .4I
II I contempt all opinions not in accordance .
'I with his own.
.1! "In spite of the advices of men whose
[ : .' knowledge of the Islands physically I! IS THE ROAD TO WEALTH.
; ;
ad othsnzlta. ni a*4 cram ID a position
i to be his excellency's advisors in
i such a matter as the settlement of '
:! these people on suitable lands. Sir .rd ,
.
!! Robert Llewellyn located CO of the .
I i' starving families on an unhealthy .
i' spot of Arnosvale land, .4-
without placing; at their disposala -
foot of cultivatable land no rations
! and at a time of the year when the .4A
-
prospect of there being sufficient employment
.4
for a livelihood was the / -
I
: faintest.
The result is that many of these
people, weakened by constant hunger
ells---A WELL STOCKED GROCERY STORE1fire
; lave fallen easy victims of the malaria -
that lingers in the stagnant pool
near which they have been lodged.
or are these the only people deprived
of human comforts which belong to ?
them out of the relief funds that were
subscribes by a sympathizing world

':. ct their located behalf are also Otters suffering though,fromwatt better The above "A Well Stocked

of food, the employment afforded heading, Grocery |
on th to Keep them, and there are sly
until now. large numbers of these half-

I temporary naked laloms shelters. still at living Cokonarie under, and the Storemeans a place where you save the most |

untfer dlry tattered tents which were .-
erected is the center of BarrouHc for -
4
over 12 zccaths These
ceinoporary {

immorality.Shelters!are harbingers In the fare ol or disease this misery ands g money. It pays to be economical in buying groceries |

a :sum: of $l:5.C"! ::'! to the credit: ol
the Srmfnere! relief fund was recently .
remitted from this government to Eng--
lard at a cost of 1,000 to be invested,

it is the said coony for the as icugh permanent the work interestof of as well as anything else. You may not save a for3

relieving! immeuiate: distress had been
f- 4
completed.! The Sentry expresss the


.:; Lope being St.that V'tceat tattn' its up exposure may in the lead of British to the the situationin matter parliament I: tune here on every article, but a few cents now and |


r :tom- -
I

Laredo"Yellow, Tex.Jack", August Causes 5.-:-Fear.The quay then count in the long run. -4

aztine aaainst San Lute Potosl, on account I
of yellow fever which was ordered
4 established Sunday by the United --
-4
i States marine hospital authorities elP .
i at Was"_itgton, has been rt ly&tab1sbp.1 i --
at this point and ,all incoming


are affidavit bet an:'passengers c infected that turned they point back.who have for cannot been Three five make dais*'v.arfrom per-, Just asThey So iE folks! are accustomed to vegetables that 1 Will 0 F G O D ,W D G GII;\ NT


' ti: ions were returned to Mexico. While I have been picked for a day or two: carted for
j the state health officer gas: received miles and exposed to all sort of weather and fre -.4
flo specific: instruction u to the enforcement -
quent handling in markets. They have little idea .
of a quarantine, he is acting inconjuntfr
j
>n with the federal' authori of the taste of vegetables fresh from the farn. "
Grow Never discontinues
ties. NV much apprehension is felt The indescribable difference can be observed trading at our

of the introduction of yellow fever the famous
by trying
i from San Luis PotosI, aa it is thought
a'- store after she
tie cpilemic will soon die out at that once commences, and
pc>tnt. swing! to its high elevation and
delightfully cool climate. "Royal Scarlet" Canned Goods. 44
.- all our customers seem to stay right

Met Death In Ohio River.
-e vegetables packed under this brand have that fresh, snappy taste ,d
Atlanta, August 5 The body of Wal with X T
ter C'ocyers, an Atlanta boy, who was! that makes you long for the country. They are selected with the utmost US.'Ve have the best class of

drownel in the Ohio river last Tuesday care picked at just the proper time, and put up "right on the spot." ,,J

,and WAS will brought be buried to Atlanta this afternoon yesterday 1-. They are handled but once and have no customers In the city, and for that
lose their flavor .4
chance to deteriorate or 1hf.r.otsp\
from Hall
Swift. and Co.'s undertaking
.."ertments. The interment will beheld : They come to you just as they grow. If the
reason slightest breach
of I .
honesty
at Westvlew.
you want to taste vegetables in perfection, *
Oouyer was 19 years old. Last BRAND. You ''h '' "
ills- try the ROYAL SCARLET '.. I H ; "
Tuesday he went swimmng with adumber will find them a revelation in flavor and a ,"" In our deali Ingsvould effect ..
cf compan'ons: in the Ohio river o r ourbusiness
at Cincinnati.! After swimming discovery in economy-you can have fresh .:13f\"X.N .
around for awhile he climbed up on aLarge vegetables the year round at a trifling cost. more ..iTbeFmeijC
quickly than
aid dived into the river, where el We carry' the full line. lelCaoaiioibtllorld\ that of
Ire was caught by the current. It is .. FOR SALE BY 3VARTlEiSTYLESIMTIN4GL
.UI>POS"J that he came up under the .
s competitor.I
any .
barge end struck his head against it
r; The search for his bcay was prosecuted .- a
vigorously, bat the body was not
.
found r.til the following Friday, when --
el -
'eD'
It was discovered at Covington, acrosj
the rtYr.j de


I j County Treasurer Found Short
,' iroatgoxrery. Ala., August 5.-T. T.
Ooman, state examiner of public accounts THE TEA POT
has filed with Governor Jek GROCERY.
tis rsport on J. L. Garden treasurer
cf Shelby co aty, and found the treasurer .

I ff,981.99.due the The county treasurer the did not sum usethis ol f> A BROWN & BRO,, Proprietors. j

amount for his personal use but
\:assisre4 it from one fun to another 4 j ..
oatrary to law. The attorney gen I J
feral holds that he is liable for tie *44
mount, although the county got the

benefit cf the mwey.s. .....
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