The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1903
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I. ---' 1hiIIi" "IiI"IIII1111111111111111111ii1i1111111111111111111111111111111" " " " " Off for St. Petersburg The Ocala Gun Club. j

I ii"r! !! The Ocala base ball team left Wednesday The Ocala Gun Club held its first I I T I Io

I, I afternoon for St. Petersburgto shoot Saturday afternoon at their No Matter How Small, }

ii J play the team of that place new shooting grounds at the rac 1
I I f 1J No Matter How Large,
J Thursday. The team was composedof track. The light found to be much

::1:1I ,I 1J-. the following: E. C. Bennett, better than at the old grounds which
:1t JII JIi I II JJ manager; Howard Clark, P. S. Titus, showed in the improved scores made (
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:t Charles Baker, Edward Goode, Fred by the members--7i clay birds were

I i IN A BOX | Vogr, Pratt Morris, Nathan Peyser, shot at by each member and the p. a ,
I Don, Ford, John Pelot, Frank Harris, scores were as follows: C. Camp, 69; "
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L. 66 J. 65 Clark 61
jr. Haley, ; Camp, ; ;
h Ii If you not t<> write a nice I letter you can do it if you have N
I' pr| uii ,iirry. You're in a box if you haven't the paper, and == Among those beside the ball team Ford, 61 ; tandley: 5::; McKay 53.

1I 1i i E iir i* io wee tux M you buy 'It ere. We have many styles. ZS who went on the excursion we noted The average for the whole squad of

i the following: C. W. Josephs and 7 was 5.S7 per cent, a remarkablygood K
i POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. | ,I I Will Give It Satisfactory AttenI -
I Mia Mattie Josephs, Mr. and Mrs. ; : showing.

I .5J Will Dilliberry, Mr. and Mrs T. D. Ocala possesses the strongest shooting don
1I L Hryan, Mrs. Charles Biker Mrs. S. T. team at the present time she has
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Lummus, Miss Mattie Pyles, Mrs. F. ever had and with practice it will be
->> T. chri(: )er and children, Miss E. stronger! yet. N

1I 1I 1I -J Tdthum, Usher Norwood, Miss Fan Next Thursday Gainesville is
OCaLa Fitorida.
J J nie Stone, Vivian Dame, Alias/ Grace petted to send a team of five U-I

I J Moore, Mr. J. W. Sylvester, Mr. :. i and it i is hoped that Leesburg and
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1i 1p H. Livingston, jr., Albert :Miller perhaps Jacksonville may also send +rlr ..
jlljlljlllllllljllllllllllllllll'lllllljllllljlljlljlljllj' ljlljlljll Edwin Pittman, C. F. Schneider, teams, in which case a very interesting

1I Mr. WhetstoneVatterson Tucker, contest will be the result.

1I -- -- Dr. Alf Abshier, of Belleview, Fred Ocala posses-es now "shooting, !! EiiL .2 ili,.::. -

. Mareau, Willie Mock, and a number grounds second to none in the state r1

1 of others making a party of sixty all and a great increase of interest in the
gun club and clay bird shooting is
1I tuld.The i
trip will no doubt prove a most : confidently expected. i k

i delightful one.
1I Times-Union's Contest. l Having recently purchased the ADtI- (OU 1I Ocala Visitors. this method of announcing tu iu former patrons, u.i well an to tb*
J I The complete count of the terie8H'l public in general that the prescription department i it now better iha
t Lawyer Raymond B. Bullock and I ever prepared to handle this brunch of the business with atvuraey a4
I !I Don E. Mclver, prominent people of in the Times-Union's! voting promptness. Only the best and purest drugs will be used-ttoe...p
I contest appeared in Monday's paper l !substitutes permitted to enter into the make-up of prescriptions Id1I
" Ocal were in the city last night ontbt' here for compounding. The drugs u-e r I r return from Bartqw, where they I with the following result: I i house of Parke. Davis: A Co., and others of equal reliability. W*
i East Coast Division-First, Miss don't use "nearly the same thin!!" or "!iolUetbin just ai ipfcid," bat
i have been investigating the murder of just what your prescription calls for. This last is of vital importuner
r Lillian Thomas, of Jacksonville, I and is i worth your while to think about.
Mr. Brock, a man who is alleged to
t 'nb ltil'f\. 1 r>t O. a Woodrow Phosphate an4 Timber Lands. kale Fla 'I 28,70-3 votes. Second; Miss! Edith
r "r'tC' Office'1I Poloffice Block next to Dr. Smith. have died from injuries inflicted byCbl.rl
i I Pye, of Jacksonville, 1,345. Third, ;
........ brother of Mr. Don ,
Miss Grace Ileeilof Titusville, 2DOSS.
, Mclver. Mr. Bullock has been employed I J
i --'-- -. -- Middle and West Florida Division TOILET ARTICLES ((1LWAYS ON HAND.
counsel 1 in the
i Uli USiSSra nA 1S. L=:al Eater I Mr. Ii. L. Ivey is back from Hot as leading case -First, Miss Leila Bird, of Monti-
I I and he no difficulty
, -- Springs, Ark., where he went sometime
s-: cello, 1,92. Second, Miss John Mc- 1 Give me a call when in need of anything mv lui... I gultrauts.
, HUPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN ago: for the benefit of hia health I whatever in exhouerating his client Queen, of Tallahassee; 1,813. Third, 1 to give you inti..r.CHoU on every ariii.- l ouitlu tier .\.. t |> !,'es. I
I I i I from all blame. A ;$5,000 bond was propose standing! :.trtetlyon what he name AN rI.\O\Offll.Y!
I Miss May Lines, of Madison 1,809. would indicate. Yours for busitu-s-,
II I Mr. Robert H. Sanders: of Dunne prepared and it will signed by some iZ1

, Mr. C. H, Lull, a prominent lumber Ion, who is particularly interested in I Ocala parties and Mr. Mclver liberated West Coast Division-First, MNs J. W. CASTEL Prop.

tees of IWu, ,.at in (Oval Weduts- building a hard! road from Dunuellonto by to.morro.from the cus'ody Sara r:. Harris, of Ocala, 3,146. ,

I Second Miss, Agnes Rogers, of St.
<*;' -- Ocala wu.in Ocali Wednesday" of the Polk county sheriff.: 3J1ii'I! [;j !!!! iJ!! iI!! Io:!] '": 'i( "'- r ';:.i

I Mr. Beam* FriuLerj, and Frank and bays that the road wil be built. Mr. Bullock is one of the most Petersburg, 2,799. Third, Miss Miry -
Wartmann, of Citra, 2,474 -
I tlottd, the Dunuellou.feU i ic
n were among prominent and successful lawyers
Dr. J. iv Chace returned home
id IVah Wednesday.Df. Florida and was considered as, one of I MOSQUITO 0 I J i
-.'-- Wednesday afternoon from Asheville, A Water Party. : /

J. D. lU.-.kint'f Duuutllou, and X. C., where he attended the meeting the ablest members of the Florida Mr. and :Mrs. Arthur G. Cummer :. [CANOPIES'! N [
legislature. Mr. Mclver is a prosperous -
of the National Dental As!ociatiou. -
ft \V. II 0. Veal I, of Cotton Plant, of entertained a party of young people
and successful business
tote eta'(ors to Ocala Wednesday.Mr. After the association: ad journal I. Ocala and has a host of friends man allover most delightfully on Friday evening .J '- -:: :- :'.&*" Nickel plated.5f.VV' .
he awhile j) with his family at '
---- spent in honor of their Miss Katherine = *" '
I! guest : Patent frame .
.r the state.' They will return to *
John it of the moat I'andler, N..I.
Floyd tine Puncheon, of Michigan. The
I' Ocala this moruitig.: -Tampu Tiibune, ; Plain nets and
lr.. (ulr and bent known Wren iu the first part of the evening was spent <>n *.
Louis J. Urumby, editor of the June 11. with lace.
eoontr vets..a YiOitoriu Ocala Wedues- Florida Fruit and Truck Grower, and the river, on the steam launch Edith, e-
Bowline Tourney. .'Bobinet nete.
diy and afterward they returned to the '
of the Ol"al Banner'soui- t
-- manager *
The youns society set took advantage s4 .,f Plain and laeetrimmed.
)Sr. drum HeveUud McClure left ing immense special edition, wa* apleifJtul Cumnit-r residence lU Riverside,
of ladies. the
: : night at boiling .
Jwt't41ey to Inspect' Mr.( II. L. Ander- I caller at the :Star cJ11i.\1 )'t'-I I alley and formed a very pleasant where a roust enjoyable supper was .

.""Ihw erttle ranch near Leesburg.Mr. : terday.: -Gainesville. Star.; I II served. The guests were Miss Violet Qi!
party last night and several hours .
Harris, of Ocala., Miss: Hesse Cooper, OUiLUURNR% M.
Mrs. C. 1' McGralh and her niece were passed delightfully. 5-' ,. .
f. C. Cmufonl, one of the I .I Miss Minna Meyer, Miss Julia and -w
Miss Gertrude 1'erec'a, left \V due day !I The: party consisted of the following --- njj E. C. SMITH, Pnp,
ffwutuvflt tuiUiwH wen of \"ald.)"" t ta, I Miss: Rosa Conniif, Mr. Reginald W.
for White Springs, where they will young people, viz: .
who LM lru iu Ocala for !Ot'nrlil4al' Bours, Mr. Charles W. Tucker, Mr.
spend two weeks after which they Miss Christine Richards, of Gainesville
t CUb" tu Cltru county. Horlowe Baruett, Mr. William Stark; ,
will go to Lilhia Springs, (hi., and )Ii :Annie Maye Standley, Miss: THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA;
ilr. Ry Yo key and Mr. Waldo E.
)1",. J. Il i. lUiusauer and children hater to the mountains of North Be'.- 'e.Porter. Miss: Eloise Miller, Cummer.-Times-Union.

11 ad Mr( Blanche Hannah returnedWeJt Carolina. Miss Gertie Peyser, Miss Mattie

Jiy. from a founweek's visit to Hon William II. Ellis, state audi- Josephs, Mi-s Louise Harris, Mr. Osco Hon. W. K. Zewadski. (EXCLUSIVELY FOR MALES)

Ly Dfbburic and other places iu Virtali. tor, finished his labors with the Zewadski, Mr. Arthur Clark, Mr. A number of the newspapers TWENTIETH YEAR.

( -_ officials of this county and left Wednesday Bennie Coudon, :Mr. Hampton throughout t he state seem quite anxious BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 22, 1903.

)fr. E. L, o'rt'ywoutb went down to : for the seat of government.: Chambers, Mr. Clifford Ayer, Mr. to know what Mr. Zjwadski is
assisted while here by Dell Moody, Mr. Guy Ayer and Mr. SEVEN; FOUR-YEAR COURSES-Agriculture, Chemistry, Coil ltU, .
tit. Pttt'flburg't'lnf'toda). He has! a Mr. Ellis was doing iu the field of politics these neenug, :Mechanical EUjiIJet'rrnitDerlil Science, Latin Srirrweti' < j _

l contract 10 bore three welts at that Messrs.: K L. Martin, Neil Weathersand Robert Mathews.The strenuous and piping times. Two years' course in Mechanic Arts. Oneyears'cuursetn: Boeiraphy ....terf)1! ..eiil-
people were chaperonedby and Typewriting. A preparatory course of one or two ,..... ..
Elbert Stevens.Mrs. To set the matter at rest we interviewed quired, for those desiringsuch preparation. A short course of flv. ,.w....
tom.e Miss Hattye Maye Porter. Agriculture or Horticulture. Post-Graduate ..
coursrgprealto otf H l.
., ; rxtrtoirly high price of hay, ( C. )[. Brown, jr., of Ocala, I the distinguished" gentleman: The dormatories are under the immediate supervision of inntructorv" wM

wklth at one lime reached 530 per who has been a delightful guest of This office enjoyed a pleasant, call: yesterday.In i make every efiort to infuse into the students a spirit which leads, to .h....

and daughters, MUs.esTherest Wednesday from Henry Curti ,the industrial reply to our questions he said mental, moral and physical development. Fine Gymnasium, rt uUtiv! W
loa,U. taught the liverymen, as well Mrs. N. Crown corrective gymnastics required of hit students. Fine modern buildiafi.
M lit firmm of the surrounding : and Sadie: for some days will and immigration agent of the that he is !standing solidly on "Ourllub' test class) equipment.

wintry, a valuable lesson, from I return to her home this morning. The Seaboard Air Line. Mr. Curtii has :)" platform. That he notes all the 11111'1O1'IEE TO LOIUDA S'ITIHTn! I'lllh,

r btoi they are profiting by harvesttoUf lady has many friends in Tampa who been on an extensive visit in South squibs: the press of the state is pleasedto For Catalog. Addres.

r r iuauitie of beggar weed part with her with great reluctance. Florida and says that the whole action make concerning him and "je-,. T. H. TALIAFERRO, C. E. Ph. D., President. .

*M rub erase hay Orlando Record. Tribune. is on a solid basis" of prosperity. lafls." Luke City, pk.

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During the next 30 days wewill close out thelliance Store Stock of

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As stock must be sold by Sept. 1St. Come at once, everybody, while the the tock .is unbroken. The prices we will name will make you ffly.



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SEABOARD For the past two weeks there has Griner Farm is on a boom now.

Successor to Central lender 0.
been a great deal of thunder although One saw mill is already in operation

not very mutt rl&ll1.Ye had a heavy another is to be put in next week,and ; Dealer In

BY THE ROCK ISL ND. shower few days ago and lightning the hard road machinery is to be j j Rough and Dressed Lumber, Kiln Dried Flooring, i

i i struck a high pine tree in T. Whit- moved next week. 1 and Siding. Lathe, Shingles and Brick

tier's lot. Tuesday and Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Davis and

I Manufacturer of
showers were very heavy Mil notIons family, of Ocala, spent Sunday in i

although some of the streets Griner Farm. | Turned Ballusters, Casings, Newel, Column, I s.x

Into New \\\Qnfc.\ Deal Means That were washed out badly. Mr. Holly and :MK-es Lillie and 1: Window Frames, Mantels Church Sate, Pulpa: ,

]:r. J. X. Shedd returned from Emma Milligan, of Anthony, spent Desks and Seats Combined, and Tables I aIr.0

Island Secures Outlets at Jacksonville last week and brought Sunday with Mr. Murphy's family. receiving Lumber and can fill l orders for any 'p.tr': t ...

Bock back a bt-autifullittJe boy about 3 Miss Lizzie Johnson has returned''sizes. Mail orders attended to promptly.Criticism .

year old which they have adopted. home after a two week's pleasant sojourn

South Atlantic Ports Miss Viva Lysle, after a pleasant with friends and r llitieat -iiiilI
) of Candidates.To l. to.. *4a Iebe
visit of ten days with Miss Bessie Moss BIuiT.:
the Editor of the Ocala Banner Our..Ad friend v III.......
Shedd, returned to her home in Mr. and :Mrs. Jay Colbert of Silver .
New York, August 1:i-The Seaboard Air Line railway tc- The intimation m the Evening Star mtilf iD T.... .." .'t. uy

aummerfleld. Springs, spent Sunday in Griner that the criticism of Mr. C. M. love ,
the Rock with UM U-ur -'., <1."
into the hands of a syndicate representing .
day passed Hiss C. Pent, of Clearwater, i* visiting Farm. ': Brown's pla.tform.by a writer in the Httda Ite
w fotiowu; H"Wbwe '( f'
Island, St. Louis and San Francisco railroad interests, relatives in Brlleview and Shady :Mrs. C. Leitner was on the sick lista ; Banner i is an attack on Brown b@ .........: "

The transfer of the control of the system from the Williamsand Grove. few days last week. !1 I and therefore improper is an .to tfc. ''..uiitry oft '._

Tuesday evening }fr. and Mrs. :Mr. T. J. Leitner, of Anthony, wa '! old time, though ever .
allied interests to the new syndicate is complete.This pres. of UM glato that .n ari.rt* _
Frank Pelot gave a very enjoyable awarded the contract to build an i' ent, way that candidates and wealth

deal means the elimination of rate disturbances in the reception to their many friends in addition to our school bouse lie their have of enlbting IO tb.eya.m .0- !t bar -.,
to Ik
rautry. j Ire .
south and the operation of practically all the trunk lines reaching honor of Mr. Pelo ':1 cousin, MissPent commenced work on same Monday popular sympathy. The idea is that and
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that section in close harmony.ROCK morning. I j. however unworthy a man may be, i.......... .. T.IM 1 IfU _

Monday evening the many friendsof Rev S. T. Sistrunk, of Anthony, or however untrue he has been as a I
& pJ *e o> UM gut. .tie. i w
ISLAND'S SCOOP. Miss Bessie :Shedd helped her to gave our Sunday school a inter- l I '
very of
public officer cannot speak it
you bo di @D...... HI....r: fob to til i
By securing the control of the Seaboard Air Line, the Rock make merry by celebrating the 16th esting talk Sunday afternoon. ,! without betngguilty of what is TU!.
: 03 Of It, and Rf .Iou't 1..10.. ....b
Norfolk Sa"an.nah anniversary of her birth. Games and We must have one brave soldier in garly termed "throwing mud." That
Island obtains an outlet to Wilmington ;
system any country gn i M TV** f i
singing with a fine collation was the Griner Farm any way by the looks of is not true. When one asus the support ,
Charleston, Brunswick, Fernandina, Jacksonville St. Au you you wait oil w* beer ..* *. f
order of the evening's exercises and the place. Charlie you better kill ; of the people for official position
you wait grit, we bier <,* ,:t ifpi
gustine and Tampa. parted in "the wee small hours" that grass or it will get the best of his public record," the manner in '
i waat to caJtlw rt.-c T.... a fe,

The acquisition adds 2,663 miles to the length of the Rock wishing her many happy return you yet. :.i which he has theretofore discharged .i place to *..ek you '.., un. ,f y.

Mr.; D. strobel and Miss Belle are In our last communication should his duties, and his personal fitness.
Island system.: I want land what OHM .IP u -tHM4iaK
visiting :Mrs. Sumpter Vinins, of have rend )Ir 1. Culbert, of Georgia, is ; and everything throwing light there-
2IG FINANCIERS.The i. Texas eu pMtfww .. f...i .. *
Plant City. Mr. :Strobel's health is visiting here. 1 ofI I
on are
eminently subjects
deal was executed by Landenburg Ihallman & Co., and : proper ever made i Or.; if y..u wmi >..
much improved.A Mr. and :Mr?. Ed Merrian are visiting discussion, and the that he w
i I cry gage in fruit caJtur Tn.> .-.. ..
J. P. Morgan, the First National Bank of Sew Tort and Blair & base tall club is being formed by Mr. J. B. Griner and family.Mr. being "attacked" is ucaUythe refuse ,
.<, due the d... p...la.. 'Ml tnrttfeelrd
Co. taking an important part in the negotiations. our young men and the shouts from B. H. Seymour, of Ocala, has of thoe whose record cannot bear .
tbe if .
i. palate; j the grounds when!: practicing sound i moved his mill out here and it is now the test. Of false accusations
It is understood that a big block of Seaboard bonds, amounting i into politic, T.a... baa !t. t-ap| !
quite profes-ional. They will be readyto runnins. >' are not to be tolerated, and should not !
into the control the St. Louis I I political put IBM 'as veer .. r h.
to about >7/XoCuo.( passed meet out of town nines in about '! be invited. Unfortunately for the i
Boy Cured of Colic After Phsicians'Treatment : in' ; if fOIl woes a trw evoapeTexs .....
and San Francisco railroad as part of the transaction. two weeks as all are old players. Had Failed. 1'I public good the fitness of aspirantsfor
i' : ; can fbnu a th. ..<...... ....
Mr. Chas Tremere left Saturdayfor My loy when four years old was office is not sufficiently sifted, and .
ladles: tat bAutitlyd tnM
I taken wuh'coljc+ and his '
} do and! Jacksonville on a visit to his cramps in we placemen! in places of responsibility -
our young men women
McINTOSH SCHOOL MATTERS.The slomach. I sent for the doctor and hfiuj home! Coan to TviwAnilous

__ I I feel who have spent their best nppor family acrompanied by his little ..ted morphine, but the child kept regardless of what they reallyare. --

The Appointment of Teachers Arouse I tuniti-s to perfect them--lvts: iu the (daughter, Ella, who bas been vi"uiug netting worse. Itnengave hi u halfA So I say let m know somethingabout IbM Mu U.f >1ii/fc

I Considerable Opposition. I art of teaching: to be brushed aside him for some time in BdIeV1 w. tea.-pooBful of Chamberlain's Colic these candidates, who they an, Filer Spring.>. I-"la.! lust U*

by our northern friends? They will The young colored man, .VacAdam-, Cholera and Diarrhoea -rnedy, and what they have done to merit approval To die Btfttor erf the Oars a.neti
To the Editor ol the Ocala Banner
who taken to Ocala in half an hoar be was sltt'piniU In last! wwk.It..u. II law Ili
was fiaturday, and what ha"ef.1Ut'll
read this, no doubt, with sad reflection especially they
I notice of 7 a
-\ug. ,
jour paper rf-covert'tJ.-F. L. Wilkins Shell
soon ,
ana I will was tried before *'ommis,;ioner Williams to do that they should have Eve.iD; risr. 1& .. rrt.rtMs '
? hope the

Lake \Vi Mr. Wilkins
retort df the proceedings of the last is .
of our two trusteeMesrs.. and bound over in 5200: bond for the fheil Lake Lumber Co. For ;, done when opportunity was given where the iightMiiu trut rbe .

meeting the board of public i instruction Gist and Christian. for trial. JO IL sale by all druggists and JUt'Clicine' them. Therefore let us have full, but phone w i.. UK Mr J.1Wt' "

a mi* :sUtemtnt with reference I dealers'! m :i fair criticism of and mis ary, Mr. HueD L.itau _1 1hknockid
t iI men meASure
With due respect jo our northern Oysentry cured Without the Aid of a I| ,
to the petition ... nt to that by 1 1 friends we submit+ the above to-their Doctor. BELLEYIEW. '! and thereby aid the people in making I ..u,." That ItI _I Imblitk.

the patrons of I.atl"h ,aubehool fair and candid consideration. The i their choice of men.on.R.- .. Mr. Klu.uo re.. ugly _
1 am just up from a hard spell of
.district. McIntosh dbtrici is disrupted beyonda IJ ebOl".ke4; Uw ".illy trot atf 1
Mr. J. Ztr"bi.l l returned Sunday ac-1;
doubt, and will these northern tbetlux" ((Dysentery) ! You are made to 'ay that the signers his Mrs. Sims coooin Hr. Letter's oiiiwf !Lit
I by daughter,
teachers force themselves upon a a well known merchant of I
of the above petition bad letters j, ; All persons required, either under certify Uwt }It. KHi-u .. MK M
community in the face of a protest of Drummond, Tenn. .'! ned one lUall pie Viniug anal baby, of Plant City. |
the old laws of the last latnr"
before the board asking it to era.-* I a great majority tf tbe patrons. The presiding elder af" the M. E. or leg nor holy be been at _ay Lila ".*|l*
bollle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
I who are rHjuired to take: out an octu1pationil i t
their names from the petition, as H. C. WAI.KCP, Trustee. church This coir ika to wact. 10 "rd.rtlM
I and Diarrhoea Remedy and was preached Sunday to a large license mast do so by the j

they were willing to abide ty the GAUERViLLE.A cured without hating a doctor. I ctJngrt"lati..u. first of September n xt. A failure to pee of mind auy I... r"IItotf rd w r

action of the trustees. Ai there are consider it the best cholera medicine An ice cream and cake sale was do so will Compel the ciiunty judge anxious young laxity fn..lIlt..

three trustees it would be well to ) aid tax collector to report the delinquents -VJ. KB ...
fair day. after held ia the town hall TlJe day. The
sit: many days of in the world." There H no need of to the state's attorney tor such .. -

mention who are the trusteelam: rain h a very pleasant sight to see in employing a doctor when this remedy proceeds was tor the repairing of the : action by him as the law directs. Delighted WKh Mdta.lk. ,\

I one of them who do not agree with Gaiterville. is used, for bowel complaint in any cemetery fence. 1 j Please spare us this unpleasant duty, W@ bad wtl pleuMinr "f prwtllN

the other two, viz; : Me'..rs. jisJ and Turnips are now being planted here form either for children or adults. It Dr. A bsh ire left Wednesday fora 1 I but none the less a duty. Lawyers, to Rev. T. H. SMrunk 'irrbe*

Christi, to appoint all northern and I short will visit Jacksonvilleand doctors, dentists, real estate agent,
the visit and
:guess present season is never fails and i is pleasant to take. congregation! but Sunday yid!
i all: persons Handling real estate fur a
teachers to teach in our Mclntosh
sufficient to bring forth good crops. for sale all and medicine east coast resorts.Mr. church toutkii
by druggist: I commission, for sale of same, are con good IN( taw
MhooJ. From the looks of the Charles Tremere of the Belleville :
sugar cane dealert m j strued to be agents and subject to pay from siH to lower-bui.t aara.. ..1'

I ask a candid consideration: of the crop at present Gaiterville will be a Trading Company, has! returned I'' bra license,)) merchant, phosphate one 'wbo birth our uuu." IS

facts in this partisan zeal of the two sweet place later on. ORANGE SPRINGS. from Jacksonville, after an absenceof I plants, turpentine t-tilN, saw mills, nevrr goes to eburcb' i>ur .......

trustees! tit and Christian, as it is Wonder crate factories, and others are subjectto
what is the matter with ten dap.The
nient ia the b.._ a
Our burg i is>> filling up with the summer I a license tax. butpilfctti
very uujest aud unfair to me and to our champion fisherman? Saturday telephone men! were again in
pilgrims seeking rest and com i Will be glad to give any informaI Lick, Mnbodkt Rau the
majority of the patrons of Mc- was not a good<< day for flshiug or the: fort. town to put the 'phone in working I tion. Call at once.j Randall, wMMcfc M to I"V' ,"1

i' I u toh. bait was bad, which was it, Johnnie? order, the elements rather object to ( E. L. CARSEV, .
I to return to UnhawviUrmtt
Among the latest to arrive are Dr. j .d.ia
| I desire to say, in the outset; that Mr. Willie Han, of Blitchton, was the 'phone being in Belieview, as it i County Tax Collector. _1
and Mrs. Jenkins of McMeekin Mrs. a great many traufrr W'
I If.| I' "the above petitioners did not have visiting relatives and friends in Gaiterville has been put out of business three ': R. BCLU>CK, County Judge. S 13 3t wl converted into lit!
Moore, of North Carolina and Mrs. I atrtuaibtaatl

i letters before the" board asking to center Saturday evening. Alderman and son, of M: elro=e. Several times by lightning ibis summer. I Bad" Outlook for Stetson. with whom "e b ,11f tll <.... tM

erase their names. Come Mr. and Mrs. Short of Pobor Fla. .
I again, Willie, we are always ,
f: other parties: are expected at an I Brethren what are we going to do "paper loach.Florida.. IAdvoeal .....
Three of the petitioners: had writS I j glad to see our old playmates. arrived fur a short visit with Mr. and''
about the
I. early! date. interest on the convention *.
: t ten that they were willing for their' After Mrs. Ridge. JOSH. i
many attempts at -
II J. O. Howell, of Anthony, amt iI I}: note of S6000 to Stetson Universitytyear's ? I Ii
names to be erased for the simple reaM Mr.: A. W. Bras has decided to move i 1 i Governor J..il1l" r urn M ,.
\ interest
over Monday and brought a party Consumption Threatened. amounting to S43G, i r
4 >n to bring harmony, if possible. I to Citrus to 'I'|: I before the pr'tae 1 rie.il. ri.en H
county, a place
i I consisting of )Ir. McDowell and C L'n;r, ill Maple street, Champaign -j was due last March. We hlplid!
saw two of them and they the United Suit .1w Kirfmember IIII
say theyhave Holder known I vumlr
:I the Barnett place. family and Mr. Bishop and family. Ill., .vrites: "I was troubled S1SO, leaving a balance! of 300 yet dae. I

not changed their sentiments We wish Mr. and Mrs. Brass: happiness with ha -kin cough for a and I that the 1r-i"r 1\'Itf'**
i facing a ; ;; year Scarcely any funds are coming in far !i\I
They are occupying collages :
.1" and that their letters! were for har I in their new home but we believe the thought; I had cun"umption. I tried a endowment work. The sum of t SOU |I state know nwihiu< .("...( 'o. "
monyalonE'. 'I they will find it less homelike great many remedies and was under J I SOD I'aivenuljr 'O.t.1 i ..- ..;: tlf
was subscribed at the convention
I Dr. Fink and of but
family formerly
I think I can than GailervilJe. the care of physicians for many I
1 safely My: that the I people heN at tcul,1 rod! MIiDdiluatiua
I this but of Lake month*. I used one bottle of Foley's the brethren seem to have understoodthat
.t majority of the patrons agree with Mr. L. Redding and Mr. Samuel place, now Lady are over the t'.ni i ii ;,1iafIII .
and 'I! Rayburu made a flying trip to Dunn. here for a month. Miss Leila Quick, Honey and Tar. It cured me and I it was to be paid only on condi- i
mt to
prove a-eertion will the r..l..utuu.J.
my caudal
i been troubled since. Post- by
have not
t ellou don that the entire $0,000 subscribed
Saturday. was
They whisky who -
j say an etimabhyoung lady was
humbly ask. the board to eanva-s: our I and revolvers seemed ottire Drug Store. m 'i present plMicleDl t. .. mt"u- a. ab
to be plentiful educated in the Normal Institute, is this year. But, suppc, we
district when the truth can be aeer and in fail force.Protracted ---- --- / here at 1M-- \od the ;j.w.fM M
J do not get the entire 53,00ft subscribed
with them. Notice of Teachers' Examination.The .
tamed beyond a doubt. of the I .
Many meeting at Cedar Grove toile well awarr Up HI .
I W A. Lightfort, of Tampa has regular September examination this year, will we repudiate our sub
closed Friday much Wll"f
patrons would have signed our pet'ifion night, to the re- ers rests th. ............ tn *l lcondition.
but had gret of many good people.I been the guest of Meggs Bro for for teachers will commence the scriptions? Our note will have to be
reasons better known to plOhble .-V"."' >1. ; '....
themselves.! Wonder what young man that is several days. He is a very successful Sth day of Sept. 19H3, and continuefor paid sooner or later just the same, and

getting bo, tired of a single life that he sal" for St. four days. about the same people will have to do Record.
ti traveling man a great
Now Mr. Editor
I think the "New H
not going to stand it
much '
c longer? Louis shoe! hou*-f'. The examination for whites will the paying. Would we not better assume Hon. John :t. C. ."to'a' .u t hr....
& uth"
has That
> is
gotten old enough to have right, old boy, bring her home '
t 4 her southern schools taught byouth- to Gaiterville. I Raleigh Beck, who has been attending commence at 9 o'clock in the High then that the amount needed to open bit p 44ut s1 i prpp.) asp "

a1 ern teachers. What is the use for us school days are here and the teachers the Institute: left on Fridayto School building and for colored at the will be subscribed and begin to pay Pumla Gorte MM) .y. 'Ir1 r ....

to use our best endeavors to educateour I are preparing for their departure. accept a situation in Sanford.Mrs. same hour in Howard Academy ; our pledge that there may be funds [ boles to it M *BytidyA I.........r ..

children to humiliate them Many of little burgs will feel the loss of Mast and daughter, of Georgia; building. {I with which :least to pay the interest littte pier sad IfIDl"f" II ..
by some their
sending north for all our teachers. and among them Gaiterville young feels ladies the are visiting relatives and friends here. One dollar will be charged each on the note? Brother W. B. Hare has I enough, bat p..ppr i I' ,Itll" ilry.

Mefcws. GUt and Christian knew at los of two of her most charmingones Miss! Edith Baird, of the Institute, examinee according to law to pay the set us a good example by already doing undigaifiwd far a Tuttr.) 'ie.rw"wMt.

the outset that I objected to all northern Misses Cora and Frankie Ross.: is visiting her home in Gainesville.Miss grading committee and expenses of this. The writer hopes! to be able tonal (4nMt to bAudt T' N1"

Sunday school at Cedar Grove examination. Examinees will to pay half of his $1 JO ., .,
teachers, and they cannot came Alice Knight, also of the Institute the subscription Duval puiittai ioto tb* -talr. .
deny I
t it. I asked them to give us one south- owing very near to the being bad a weather.failure/ last;: Sunday:: is visiting her home at Edgar. supply themselves with fools cap or 1 within the next few days. Who will will be au ugly tfeltttf (.. ... ...

ern teacher out of the three to be ap- UM-LE JOE. legal cap paper, pens and ink. follow uitlissionary Edition Florida this evil gaud L. rt 1i"1" n.

pointed and Foley's Kidney Cure. W. D. CAB.V, Supt Baptist Witness. mM .3
they would not They When you.want a physic Mr. C. L. FUdw lii
is Jli
knew my sentiments and why did mild and gentle, easy to take and Will cure Bright's Disease. 'ANTED-Position on good farm Co cure a cold in one day. form l saau1Mm.wt r | rut iHP..*

x they not grant my request? Mr. i,. certain to act, always use Chamber- Will cure Diabetes. Fifteen years experience in Florida j Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab Lake Bttthr .\... ..

Editor, this looks like "Gag Law I sale lains Stomach and Liver Tablets. For Will bure Stone in Bladder. farming. Age 45, no family. Best re- ,. let. All druggists refund the money \ i(* .....**...,.Ub........; i ;
1 by all druggists and medicine Will cure Kidney and Bladder ference. Apply to T. Dail, Silver if it failes ...**?
which I will never submit to. How dealers. to cure. E. W. Grove's In the last fan its T...* j

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UJAXUSAS2T3- BAi IS. Local Editor Mr. Emmett Robinson left for ....-.nJI: :*"

Savannah Sunday to spend awhile I S. A. STANDLEY, LEE MILLER; :11:11S.

., HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN j jMr. with his friend, Mr. Gustav Robin THE L0TE CH0S. E. ABSON. :'

son. A. STANDLEY & CO.

Arthur J. Doyle was in Ocala Mrs. E. P. Thagard and children,

loDday. who have been in St. Augustine for a

) )lr.Clifton_Camp spent fiundayatiJeach. short while went to Seabreeze Livery Feed and Sale Stables,

Tuesday, to spend several weeks.If .

I The Bowling alley con tinuls to grow left to a vote of the women of

Florida the editor of the Times Union
We the
la\ popularity.Irs. carry complete #
would be immediatly placed in the rt zT. -;

) .Thomas Sexton is back from a gubernatorial chnir. line of Harness, Saddles, etc .

jkit to Fellowship. in central Florida, and will give ;, 4
Miss Gertrude Clifford spent several
Miller of Leroy spent our patrons the lowest r ti
Mr.C-Y. days this week and last with her sister very ,
Saturjaln Ocala._ Mrs. Robert Taylor at Ocala.- prices. We are thoroughly

the Dade City Democrat is out for Euatis Lake Region.Mr. equipped for fitting out turpen- :

Jennlnp for senator. Thomas R Gary, who is havingan 4F tine and lumber teams, gear,

outing; at Lake Weir, has just teen $ .I,
has returned I
Harry Palmer etc. j4'
)lr. wagons, 'r
heard from. He reports a tine time Syr e .
Irtin Dunnellon.
fish and turtles. 4't'
We always keep on hand a full line of Columbus and Summers
Mr.[ B. K. Thrower, jr., of Giine

,lI1e. WI!9tbecity Monday. Mrs W. K. Pendletou, of Wilmington .... Am'rwl1J Fertilizer, Phila. Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm Wagons.

N. C., arrived in Ocala Sunday =.,-- _...... .._ -_. *
\ortli Side Court IIou .c. Ocala 1'la
Mid Roosevelt travels with six and U the guest of her parents, -
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trunks and a bathing suit. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Reardon. The Races Frida,. I The Georgia Boys Again Prove Too ,

t a" ">rr"dy I Strong for Ocala.
Mr.Lee Cox carne up from Dunn- Mrs. C. H. Mathews and daughter, In Tbu1'llay'raCt'1' /v/vvwwwvv .

f r eDon indent Sunday. Miss Annie)htbesleft Sunday night stated] in these column Ui.1yhtot'u, N.-w tint the Tampa Crabs have I

for Mobile and other Ala- owned by S. A. Maudley, Hud Nellie\ gon.-, the Crackers from Valdosta
places in
Mr. P. W. Whiteside has succeeded. bama to spend several months. Payne, owned by Gus, Cro.--.ett: of hive b\"l'n able to win another game. @MMERClAL\ BANIC OCAL1.
Palmer at Mr. Troxler's.Mr. !
Harry each and
Jacksonville\ won two heats Fit ay aftejnoou at the Driving .

R. Knight represented Crystal Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robinson of tied on the third. Park the se-vud game between Val-

River In Oeala Monday Ocala, made a eying visit to Sarasota As the race confuted of the best; : draand Ocala was played, and the [Branch of Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.] J

recently, they were well pleased with three out of five, Monte the H. H. borne boys again went down in defeat

Hearst Bin his favor- the place.-Sarssota cor. to Tampa Whitworth mare, was still entitled to to the tun of 14 to 5. CAPITAL, S 0,000

he \II entirely unlike Roosevelt. Tribune. the O\'ala J
a place on program. was assisted" by Dickinsonand

Columbia county i is:: to have a wet Col. T. Appleyard, secretary of fck the race Friday afternoon Graham of the Valdosta team, Accounts of Firms, Corporations and Individuals Solicited.
came1. 1 Prompt Attention to all Buine! Entrusted to our Care. -
15. was between thtJireeanimals| : and Fred fa-kitl in the 1
and dry election September: : the Florida Prl'S.i8ociatioo: has was box, but
and Sold.
Exchange Bought
The race was a pretty one aid it is even with this ,
Hearst (iota are being rapidly or- arranged for an outing of the press complement, the 1J,
that it was not witnessed bya Cntt kern
regretted : won in a walk. L
pnlzwl In all parts of the country.Mr. gang to New: York during next INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITSMcMillan
moath. larger: number. In the first inning, after Ford and

D. A. Clark, of Mark!, has returned :- )Ii Mary---Strobhar--- --of-Gainesville- The judges called the race at 130. Bennett were retired, Vogt Graham A J

from a visit to White Springs. : The atari was a pretty one ami the and Dickinson: en..>Hl the plate for
who is well known in this. city has
heat was won by :Nellie Pli"nt'bl' Ocxla. Tbe home team !scored two' f
is visit- gone to Cincinnati Obi to enter a -- -- -- p. -- --
Mr. E; M. Gray,of Tampa, ,.
passed under: the wire at lea t a further tallies in the third.
Oi-ala and is looking extremly conservatory of music for several
. months. length ahead, the Staudley horse Valdosta. scored almost at will on

well ______ I corning in a close: second and Monte errors and hits. though they were shutout Bros
Lancaster returned I The union church services were heldat
Mr. Forney
a close third. without a run during four inning

yesterday from a short visit to Atlan I the Christian church Sunday Time, 2.35. The score:

night Rev. J. A. Htudry, of the
ta. __ Mr. Whitworth claimed thai N-llie Ocala.......... .........30:000000-S:

Mil Violet Robinson of Whitnej] Methodist: church preached an excellent Payne's driver frightened his ( .,hit Valdosta . .46010003 Southern Copper \Vorks,

fathegutstof ?.Ir and Mr- J. D sermou. worth's) horse by striking the wheelsof
Marriage at Anthony
rt..ou. Col. T. J. VVatkins nud son, of hu sulky in tier face and "hallooing -
Manufacturers of Stills
Mr. Charles B. Howell and Miss Turpentine
Nocatee, are putting out a ,.ixt '-J.cre ,' at her causing htr: to break,
Miss -Auuie DeLoug! ot Caudler Ida Kerney were married at the home
orange grove on Joshua creek, in DeSoto which was in violation of the rules, and General Metal Workers.Old
b&*gone to Asheville, :\. e. to speud of the bride lit Anthony August 6, .
county. THey have a large forceof but the judges, after earetully- bearing
several weeks. Hev. Newton Plummer: of the
men clearing the land. the complaint, decided that Nellie
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Baptist: church officiating. After the
r Mr.Erne-t J. Cruok left Sunday for Payne was the winner. .
. The first prize ill the ladle- bowling marriage a bountiful supper was
, Seabreeze, where he will spend his The race established the fact that par-
s contest ou Thursday was taken by flue taken of and then Mr. and Mrs. Hov Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
vacation. our track is an exceptionally one
)Ir,;. Edward Holder of Ocala, who ell left for a few week's visit to Palmetto through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
Mrs[ ,C. C. Hill of ? is and the: idea U general that it
iI fctv\ugustiue made: an excellent !ol'orAlbuti and other points.Mr. wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
: 1'. V. become more popular the m- re it is
the pest of her sister,
1 Head cor. TimesUnion.Mr. Howell is a prominent young/ following worksFAYETTEVILLE -

LeavruKood, known. .
-- -- trucker and 1m bride is a charming
.t John L. Edwards H" back froma A Pleasant Moonlight Drive.A .
. Mr. Sanford Jt\\ett has returned to jouug woman.: We extend our best ,
month'* business trip in various
Gainesville after in Ocala pev-I congenial party of young people wishe to the young coupl
, being
sectiousof Marion and Levy counties ,
of Mrs.V. D.
the --
under chaperonage --------
.t ert!day.
lie brought UcK with him a Omdon aud Mrs Annie Perry indulged Will Write Original Essays. ..
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Yr. W. B. Gallaght-r, of Tampa, big herd ot beef cattle. in a tudbnlight ride to Silver The Ocala Band of Mercy had a
I u among the excursionists! to Oeala In of the very interesting meeting at the
I I :Mr. Irwine Reardou came from Springs: Friday night spite J1ii!! "' I.IMG! =1i.! L !!ielr.n.! ,""'" l!.

Thursday. Jacksonville Monday on his way to rainy weather in the morning the tory ;yesterday afternoon at which a

'1.o Miss Edna-Culvertiou-e-- ---- Is back! Duunellou, where he will take charge night was a beautiful one and the number of new members were enroll I WE EAT MEAT

.oa from a visit to relatives and friends of the A. C. L. office. This is a welldeserved young people enjoyed themselves im- ed.
About twelve '_ To grow strong. Unless:: 'We get
of the little
for the meu ly. The ride over the fine ones
Alabama. promotion young "
agreed to write for the October .; ;r good rent. we may as well let
I gentleman. drive-way to the spring was made in essays ; 4

Mr. G. A. who ha meeting Thee to be ; .; it alone. There is no strength
es Carmichael r Crosby &: Hall's big bus and after essays are en- .
E. Davidson and baby left it : .
D. -
If ,been so ill for the past several weeks. Mrs. reacniug their destination boat rides tirely original, and will be read with .tJ.A F.l. '.(. .;..-x.. _"_ :-- .:; .lZ'hi 7t", in tough meat-instead; of giving
for to
afternoon Leesburg IS! + r
eoII vas better Tuesday. Sunday were the special attraction and later a interest by the lUad. ill ,.t"-(, ';. ""-, -lY, !- : :.\,..)"".'., :\ -, it takes strength to digestit. !
were accompanied -
Mr. Davidson They t '" '
--- join lunch received its full shareof This is a good work for the children, re t >?;..: f"'l 'r-- : ._ : It pays to be careful inbuying
lIr. splendid I'" ..\ ,1Jr ..,
mother "
P. H. Gill u. of this office, who by Mrs. Davidson's ,1 .fE '
.. I attention. and all parents should help it along. q_:: _' !.i i meat-be sure to gt
tabeen sick for the t'o'tetbli Mrs. Harrison, who has been in
juite past"
rlje i' :;!..;;. .. ...._ .-'flX the best-tender and choi-.
the .. .
The young people party were ;.. .. ,. ,
t much'better.Mh Ocala some time. Meas. Killed at Dunnell 1. m .k : Pay a little if need be 4 I
R -7 the following: Albert Miller, ;:1'I. : ; ,>..:. .; more *i
lID I'-- '
.>fI' + .'Eloyse Izlar has returned Mr. 11. Anderson and family Mt Eugene! Cox, Bennie Condoc, Clifford Frank Allen, deputy marshal: of -- _: i/A-r:j -:. : -,'" f put something in your stomach

i from a six week's delightful visit to Sunday for a month's: visit to White Ayer, GuyAyer and Misses Florrie Dunnellon, ,shot and killed Tom in J. : i/.].. .1--:;,..1. .,' : which will put flesh o-i your

l-VIAnburg and Rlackville, >. C. Springs. They will be joined in a few Cordon, Msttie Williams, Annie sears Saturday afternoon.It a r \-.: ',; ) bones and strong blow in your
IsI I r<< f
!seems that the deputy marshal
Misses Mary and Rebecca I heart.EDWARDS .
The days by Mae Standley, Eloise Miller and
goat season is upon us and the had a drunken man under arrest and
_Anderson who are now at Atlantic Louise Harris. '
tie: BROS.
J.to annoyances are much in him the
: very Reach and Mr. Clitlord Anderson will was taking to lock-up when
ttidences everywhere.AfalobyMivjlLittye. Thanks. tears; demanded that he be released ;j Stall.* 2 :and i Cit}- Market, Ocala, Ma.gggs .
tJ return home nest week.: @ e
Porter Mrs Frank Brown of the Silver and upon the deputy's refusal to do so
Mae [ qjagis Tg tsacaBiMffy mi
V aided" much pleasure io the morning: The city council has formerly ae- Springs hotel, is a great admirer of began at once: to fire upon him. The

c' cepted )lr. E. C. Bennett's resignation returned the fire. One shot
; I- anise at the Baptist church Sunday. )1i Sara Harris, and is doing all she
at. f as superintendent of the electric struck Sears in the abdomen and
---- I can to elect her a Times-Union commissioner another
ilf' |i' P*v.L. K. Warren conduct ser plant. Mr. Bennett U a splen
light to the World's Fair. Mrs. in toe head. OCALA FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKSOCALA
''s.- : tle regularly .'udayi '.''r- did electrician and Ocala regrets very Tbe the of the
1 1cd ..... every :, Brown says local pride should stimu- shooting on part
ell"I, IIoQn at the farm. much to loose him. His successor FLORIDA.
convict unavoidable
poor stimulate Ocala to elect her, because" deputy
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has not yet been
f )stand )[rs. William Hooker and ------ she is a genuine newspaper woman. Jones-Bird.

1 -l4by left Mrs. W. E. )IcGah gin and infant The point i, well taken and we trust BOILERS ;>; ENGINES
Monday for Long Grove,
setsga = Msss Emily Bird of Montague, and J;
t r.,here returned Tuesday afternoon that all those in Ocala:: who take the
they will spend a month. daughter
W. It
)lr. Jones of Shady Grove,
from Spartanburg, S. C., where they Times-Union:: will cut out the coupon, t. Pipe and Fittings: to 12-in., Valves, Pumps,
suns Mr.Toniltartisst.eut ; few hours were married in this city Saturday Sawmills::; Saws-circular and drag, Beit-
been visiting fur the past: : fewweeks. fill it out in :Miss Harris' name and
} between trains in Ocala Sunday with : morning. The ceremony was performed ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of I
bh send it in.-O2alaStar.
Parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank by Judge Robert Bullock e
hieat !ILLIJAXU) 3II.Y1.VC; !'iF1'1'141uS1> *
t'H+Ria, )(r. aul Mrs. H. W. Waits have returned Among the pleasant callers at the )lr. and Mrs. Jones for the presentwill I
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i $ag Violet Harris returned Mou from a pieasaut visit of several Ocala:: Banner office :Saturday morning remain at Shady Grove but later r 1

atA -Po d&1*.' rnoon from a four week's visit days to Ocala and other points. Theyare was Mr. W. C. Townsend, of will go to Key West to reside. IRON AN BRASS FOUNDERSALL .

At* ,.V h...friends In Troy, Ala., Thomasville, well pleased with South Florida.- Churchill. Mr. Townsend left his This paper extends congratulationsand KINDS OF MiGHIXE WOSKJ

V"'J" ,sad Jacksonville.rA Gainesville Sun. j autograph on our books. bet wi-hes. -- -

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tablishment of bard surfaced road, LETTER FROM MEXICO. Still an Occasional Flower.
which is eventually to add more to So fur as political races are concerned ARE YOU SORE? USE

the development of our state than Editor Frank Harris,of OcaU,

It is Made Public Through the any other enterprise, coming as it Several Cities Described-Will be is i.ot a t.rldle'i..e Hteed. With USEaracamph

will in competition with railroads. Followed by Other Letters- reins bedecked in the choicest flowersof

Tampa Triburje. And the day is not far distant when Great Future for :the Re. rhetoric his friends of the Florida
Instantly or Money Refundd.
railroads will be forced to reduce their public. Press have: tugged valiantly to steer

IS A HARMLESS DOCUMENT rates per mile on account of the im- SAX JUAN Bl'ATIST.lay 8. him into the political 1 arena, but have Mosquito Bites, Slings,

proved travel on hard surfaced roads. To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. not jet succeeded in turning his head
Schools Sunburn, Chafing, Swellings and all Infhmnutloni.
Its Planks are Labor, Capital, ,
On the UGth of December last my from his fixed purpose of remaining
Pensions, Primary, Railroads, I shall favor of the Kills Chiggers. It Cools. It Soothes. It Cure.
application wife and I left our home in ban Juan I at the head of his excellent newspaper

Military, Health, Hard Roads, proceeds from sale of lands under act Bdutista, capital of Tabasco, oil the the Ocala B.1nDt'r.Ir.: Harris Sold ony1n ZSc.SDc. &: U.00 Bottles. A' 4. f..> *tF*+
a a JMfflafifiHiiiiiv.i iia aag i ...
i iiiiiimJmij .iyff> Land Grants and Economy of congre'-s, 1S50 known as swamp and tug Sofia for Frontera, the sea port of f deserves well of his state for the FOR SALE BY ANTIMONOPOLY DRUGSTORE | n.

To the People Florida overflow land grants, to all the pur- said state at 1- o'clock! noon. We :splendid! .service he has given in placing -

I desire to begin my platform with poes of the act as therein expressedfor arrived in Frouiera at9:13( : p.m., after its resources and advantages before -

the great foundation tone of our drainage: and reclaimation of the a long tiresome trip. Frontera is a the eyes of the country, and if he

country, our nation, our government character of land as indicated.ECOXOMY. I town of some 3,000 inhabitants. We desired a political office it would HUBBARD MAODVPHARDW

-labor. The intt'rt'.tof the laboring stayed here three days, and on the aiF,rd the editor of the Telegraph the

t classes! is the best interest of the state, I shall favor an economical policy 9th of December left Frontera on greatest pleasure to see him have it,

as on tht-ir well being depends the in all state affairs in the expenditureof my steamboat, Cauuto Balnea, for but we could regard the transforma ARE

t-. prosperity of all the people. all public money, realizing that I Laguna, state of Campeche. tion of Editor Harris into Political
And I shall favor all legislation have to do with the people's money This is a. very pretty little town of Harris as :nothing less than a public 1)t.I., ,

looking towards the betterment of all and that I am only one of their about. 45()) inhabitants borne ten loss.: Not, perhaps. that we should BARBED WIRE, CUT AND MENTS, DEERE

clashes whose daily bread depend s agents employed to disburse the same. years ago Laguna used to be a town admire: and esteem it the latter less, but pLnwl

upon their daily toil, I shall encour FINALLY. of about i 6UOO( inhabitants: very busy that we do admire and esteem the WIRE NAILS, PAINTS PLANET JR. GKOVKCli.TlVATORs. .

age all measures calculated towards Should I be chosen as your chief place and there were lots of amuse- iormer more for the good work he has

bringing the laborer an employer into executive and find myself able to continue ineuU going OILS, VARNISHES, AT-
on. done and is still capable of doing. ALLKINi,

more intimate relations, knowingas the policy of the present administration On the 30th we left Liguun for Starke Telegraph.What .

I do that the interests of capital successfully: throughoutmy Campeche, capital of the state of the LANTIC WHITE LEAD, OF GARDEN T ILS

and labor are mutual. And I promise term, shall feel myself honored the boat Science Has Done.
same name, on dirty Comvta
any measure passing our legisla- and the will of my people well served of the Compania de Xavegaciou Mex- Thanks to the almost miraculous COOKING S'10\'f.S

[ ture affecting the laboring classes in And now, concluding, I wish to gay icana. Hereon board the Cometa I treatment of Dr. Adolf Lorenz, the GLASS AND PUTTY
h- the slightest, the railroad commission that the spirit and reason of what had a row with the chief steward, renowned Vienna surgeon, Lolita UKASITE

I ff or the primary election law, ex has been said is intended and will, I because he wanted to give my stateroom Armour, of Chicago, once a victim of IRON PIPES AND FITASD TINWARE m

cept for their betterment shall, have trust, meet the approval of all the congenital hip disease, romps on the
to some dancing girls, but I did

my veto. SCHOOLS ETC. people. Then upon these motives, nut allow it. beach at Swarnpscott, Mass., with as TINGS, EVERYTHING LERY, IRON ANl MKKL:

"I invoke the judgment of all mankind 1 We much freedom and jollity as any of
I shall favor a liberal policy toward arrived in Campeche on the
all state institutions, especially as and the gracious tavor of Almighty 31st, after a very rough and uncomfortable her little playmates, says a dispatch N THE LINE OF BUILDBOLTS, ROPES. .'I U.KY&:

God." Faithfully, from Lynn, Mass.
contemplated by the constitution for C. M. BROWN, Sr.A The Except for a very slight limp she i is ING MATERIALS, ETC., ETC. BLUE FLAME filL M 11\')
of all
crew the Compania
the education of the youth of the
I fully recovered and it is expected that
Mexican de Navegaeion are of theroughest
land, the establishment of high
Petition to Ra-Marry and dirtiest within a few months at the most she LARGEST STOCK-LOWEST PRICES
schools and the advancement of the crowds I ever
His first wife having secured a and all of the I villbeas strong and lively as any
saw of that
entire I
public system. am opposedto Hubbard &
children in the rural districts having divorce and re-married, the followingis line are very dirt)'. child of her age in the country.Mrs. MacdufH Ocala FlaI .

I the husband's petition to the courtto ( J. Ogden Armour, LolitaV
a school term of three or fourmonths Cainpeche i.ill town of about 17,'))0inhabitants :
: do likewise.As mother, is spending the summer at I
t', while town children have very pretty and clean. It
school term of six or eight months jour petitioner's days are rapidly i? now a dead town. After -pending SwarnpMiotr, and she is very harpy 11111f11flfllllllllllilltlllllilllflil1111fl1t11111111iltl" " " " " " " '" ''t""t"tr" l

verging ou the sear yellow leaf, the New Year's over the nsult of the great surgeon'swork ;
Justice demands "eijusl rights to all." day heron ihs :2nd of
fruit I'utllll.w..rs of love all goiui,', tt e for which he is said to have r
January of this >.art' left for
worm, the canker and the grief insight ret'eived fees aggregating $70;
Merlda: I
I shall always favor liberal pensionsfor capital of Yucatan by rail. WEEKLBANNER I \ !
with no one to love and noneto
soldiers, sailors and their widows. Mend fa a larg> and dirty town of Suicide Prevented. :

carets bits, jour petitioner feels an :lL'lutl OO inhabitants. It has a '!1.1. stalling announcement that &
The heroes of a lost cause are just as
indescribable yearning, longing and preventive of suicide had been discovered -
great big business going on and ha
worthy as the a cause gain !
heaving to his venturous : will in'erst many. A run down I
ed. good commercial city, but her streets 'S |
system, or decpoodenep invariai/le
1'AYMKNT OH 1'EBTS. prow once more into the uuvtxted
are in good at all. There are no precede suicide and something has

I favor the piymeut of all of our waters of the sea of connubiality.: pavement.We .-. been found that will prevent that condition

i' at&tedebN, saving the i icttnit, and For comforting as the velvety stayed in :Merida a mouth, a- I which makes cuicide lik.. y.

1 thus reduce the "t.unieu of taxation touch of an angel's palm on the fever came. to this place on buinefr: At the tlrst thought of self destruction \ ; 3 31L

upon the people. racked brow andoothing as the \pleasure, I would never go. While lake Elecrric Bitters. It being & greatit CLUBBINGI
being a great tonic and nervine will
strain of leoliau when
IKANTHISEX. an harp sweptby there I
a went to Protjreso, Yucanian's
the and duile
strengthen nerves
: I flia.ll fav r and urge taxation the fingers of the night wind, and up
f upon sea port several times. Progreso i H Ii the system. Ii'salso a great Momath, I

franchises. dear as the ruddy drops which visit IHrt of about !.lOt))0 inhabitants. Ugly Liver anti Kidney ivgiildtor Oily 1ST. j

f BOARD OK Elil'ALIZATION.: these sad hearts: of ours, and as sweet and dirty place, but good deal of business 50,', Satisfaction guaranled by AntiMonopoly E S e e e

I shall favor the creation of a boardof as sacramental wine to dying lips, it going on. Here I took the ft. S.Esperanga Drug Store and Tydings A

equalization! of values, that all is, when life's fitful fever is ebbing tIts of the Ward Line for Co.: -_-- tu -- I

lauds and other property may be close, to pillow one's aching head Vera Cruz. When got on board Tillman and His Franks and Passes.
Jti We have made special arrangeswftte whn-\!. Hrcan
graded, that the assessments may bin e on some fond witly bosom and this clean and handsome American Senator: Benjamin R. Tillman, of .

i proportion to the real values of breathe his life out gently there." steamer I thanked the Lord for being, South Carolina, who is making a offer the following rates to all paid m &ti !

I such properties. If this man does not have a divorce if not on American soil, at least, on lecture tour through tne northwest, vance subscribers :

PRIMARY. granted there is either no virtue in American steamer once more. TheE recently lost his pocket book, which g THE OCALA BANNER and JackiOlaliU St <:. 1

I, favor continuation the primary the English language or no bowels of :, ranga. is a very pretty and elegant was filled with telegraph franks and Weekly Times-t'nion, $1.50 a }'ear.

election law until the end of time. It.. mercy in earthly tribuuals.PalatkaeHI. vessel She is about oMH tonsI railroad po. es.Discoveretlloaded. E THE OCALA BANNER and The Commons, Bn 1

it a correct expression of the will of : ,' -- suppo"e.'t> were on board five down with these E an's paper] $1.75 a year .::1.

! the people, hose will should be the leaisess Cat be Czred days. a> in rro re ,o we were detained favors from the hateful corporations : E THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Stm-: ukh :

i law of the land. It assures comfort to by local applications, as they cannot I on board 3 days on account that he was asked for an explanation. The I Journal, $1.75 a year.

'i the people,- consolation! to widows reach the diseased portions of the ear. there were no lighters to discharge following is his reply: THE OCALA BANNER and Thriee*\\\: .k V 3Ik

; and a refuge to orphanage. It is the There is oniy one way to: care deafness the cargo ashore. How can I help accepting them; York u orld. 81.65 a
and that is by constitutional
, fairest and iuo-,1 formidable. of all the On the 5th of February we arrived they stick them at me until I just:
I remedies. Deafness is caused by an g THE OCALA BANNER and Atlanta Wet dd\' O.:
in Vera have to take them. They don't influence
implements of political warfare; by it Cruz at 10 o'clock. Vera
inflamed condition of
the mucous lining stitution I
,, we can hold at bay the advancing of the Eustachian Tube. When Cruz is the chief sea port of the Republic my vote. It is ditlerent down $1.75 a year

: legions of soulless corporations, and this tube i is inflamed you have a rumb and a city of about 50,000 in- in our country from what it is up E THE OCALA BANNER and LipputtottV '.I.t.- :

armies of fiendish trusts will fly before ling sound or imperfect hearing, and habitants. here. You haven't Heard of anybody == zme1 $2.75 a year :1i
Here I stayed rive days and on the -
that sword. And I when it is entirely closed, Deafness i is with thousand dollar
flashing say i being bought
9th of February wife and I left
the result, and unless the inflammation my : Cash Must
now and forever repeat, tand by Vera Cruz on board the old, unsafe bills down our way, have you? It's g Accompany all Onhr I *
can be taken out and this tube restored !
the and dirty boat, :Mexico, for Frontera.
primary. to its normal condition, hearing the custom for all public men to accept -

RAILROADS. will be destroyed forever; nine This boat belongs also to the Com passes and most of us are slavesto I Address : JTHE OCALA BANNER .* Fto*
: t
pania Mexicana de Xavegacion. On :
R'e cannot progress without railroads cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh custom." ---- -- -- -

utither can the railroads exist which is nothing but an inflamed condition the 10th we arrived in Frontera aftera CUT OUT THIS COUPON FILL IN ANO M A fc: TP TMi BAN ,t.. 1 1
unpleasant '
of the mucous surfaces. very journey.San The Death Penalty. +4 atti ... ..,... 1
without the people. We should therefore Juan Bautista, capital of the =:= s.r+ < ........ 1
We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor A little thing sometime results in == PUBLISHER OCALA BAXXER :
cultivate a liberal spirit of kindness state of Tabasco is a pretty little cityof
any case of Deafness (caused by .. ... ..
about 12,000 inhabitants. death. Thus a mere scratch, insigni Enclosed find D.0.r> .:01
toward them, realizing the fact catarrh) that cannot be cured byHall's -- J
She has a verygood commerce buta ficaut cuts or boils have paid for send
punny f which me Tie Weekly".aealld the
that our interests are mutual. Yet I Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- ,, .. :
favor around them the lars; free. very poor and bad communicationwith the death penalty. It is wise to haveto :: .. ............... one la' i< i t. elm. .
the rest of the Republic because f
F. J. CHENEY A Co., Toledo, 0. have Bucklen's Arnica Salve ever J
power of the law, and establishing the Compania Mexicana de Nave- in the Banner. .. .
Sold by Druggists, Too. handy. It's the best Salve on earth '". ,
the borders of justice andequity. gacion does what she pleases because
-'r. -1' lvaale.1' ..
Hall's Family Pills are the best. and will when barns -
there is no opposition line. prevent fatality, --
. theu in unalterable fiat let it :: -
, Yours truly, Sores, Ulcers and Piles threaten. P.O
be said, "Thus far shalt thou go and Annoyed By Cows. :: ...
I CAXITO BfLXES. Only 2-3c, at Anti-Monopoly Drug == sure .
no further. Ocala, Aug. 11, 19t13 -
Stcre and Tydings i Co. m -1"
; RAILROAD COMMISSION.I To the Editor of the Ocala Banner. End of Bitter Fight. :: Date. ... .A-

thai! favor a continuation of this The presence of the cow in our "Two phiysician ahd a long and stud- I Wisdom in High Places. f ,

moot Important body of the eople's streets, at our front doors, front gates i iand'on born fight with an abcess:: on my right I The Monticello News accuses the ; ; ; ; 4
lung" writes J. F Hughes af DuPont, IIIIJ111l11l1111lUJlIIlIUlIJlIIlIJlIJlIJIIu1JUu1luui I !!
representatives, especially as: they are the sidewalks, is about all a I U uJ
Ga. "and gave me up. As a last resortI attorney-general of having perpetrated
growing in favor and usefulness every city of Ocala's pretensions should tried Dr. King's Sew Discovery for I the following, when asked fora : _r.

day. stand. Our suffering in this respectis Consumption. The benefit I receivedwas
legal opinion as to certain existing
MILLJTARY. great. But added to this is the cow striking and I was on my feet in a c
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conditions in Jefferson
: county:
I shall favor a liberal policy toward bell at different times of night.: Several few days. Sow Iv'e entirly regainebmy THE CLlB HOUSK.; j
"Officers of the law
health. It conquers all Coughs, I I aw expected to
i the Florida state troops. They cows are carrying bells which
Colbs, Throat and Lung trouble. Gua- do their duty. Until they do their
must be maintained for the safety they seem to be paid to
duringthe ranted by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store C duty their duty is unperformed, anda
and well being of ourstate. night. It destroys sleep and and Tydings A Co. Price ace, an 1.00.
duty unperformed renders it imper- Cuisine First
BOARD OP HEALTH. makes the nervous person frantic. Trial bottle free. m Rate Rsus'*.k.
ative upon the officer to perform said
I shall favor a liberal maintenance Citizens of Ocala ought not be compelled Stockton
Taliaferro and
Jenningshave duty. A duty unperformed remains
Of the State Board of Health. Their to stand so much unnecessary not preemptied the entire ben- unattended to until that duty is per- Refurnished 11)roug) out. Spate! RIM t| Mi*

existence is invariable and their usefulness misery. The man who keeps a bell atorial field. There
may be as many formed. If the attention of officers
in dispensable to the people. cow in a city ought to be prosecutedor senatorial I
as gubernatorial candi is. called to neglect of certain duties
v HARD ROADS. be turned into a cow. dates. iCail; and Pasco j
may both enter those duties possibly be
I shall I per
favor and
encourage es- SCFFERER. the lists. I formed." MRS THOS. J. I3AItNI'll: -

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I r yy jnaS2T2 BAS3IS. Local Editor I Miss Chita Kendrick, of Jackson- Mrs. R. G. Blake will entertain the Mrs.J. P. Hester, who has been Miss Hattie Dye, who has been Cecil Tydings, wm of Mr. C. A.

-- ville, is visiting Ocala, and is a guestof Daughters of the Confederacy this visiting Mrs. F. A. How e, of this teaching near Live Oak for the past I Tydings had his foot hurt ytfterday

i HtfPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. Mrs. F. A. Howse. (Friday) afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock. city, returned home yesterday six weeks has returned home for a few.: by getting it caught in the slakes of

r days before going to North Carolina his bicycle. Fortunately no b6f...
The Pasteur--Harder nuptials took Miss Pauline Sullivan has gone to Lawyer H. fj. Hampton was at
JIf.T.H. Willis wii in the city for a month."I were broken.If .
I place at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday morn- Jacksonville to spend several weeks as Ocala yesterday on important legal

I WdDted"- ing inLacooia, N. II, the guest of Mrs. William M. Porter. matters before Judge Bullock. He had diabetes in its worst form,' you know a poor old stifled boNa

I f )It.{ Vlnc.utMoody, of Palatka, was Miss Meta Jewett left returned last night-Tribune. writes Marion Lee, of Dunreath. Ind. horse with a sore back, a barbed
Tuesday Rev. W. D. Turnley and son, of
I Wednesday. "I tried eight physicians without re- wire wound, unnatural tW
i l II tit dtJT Monsey, X. Y., to spend some time Arcadia are the guests of the former'smotber.in.law Mr. and Mrs William Hocker and growths
I I. lief. Only three bottles of Foley's joints or swollen limbs, send him
L l\\ u. Eaton Lindner, of Anthony, I with Miss Grace Williams.Mr. Mrs. Fannie R Gary. baby and Mrs. E. H.. Mote, of Lees-
.JU' I Kidney Cure made me a well man around. We can cure him with a few
Ia Ot>ala l ttrtl.y.i burg, left Tuesday for Kentucky to
I i .u James rims; of Orange, WANTED-Experienced guards for Postoffice Drug Store. application of Ramon's Nerve aa i
the balance of the
spend summer.
state convicts and turpentine farms
t prlcw of naval stores have an Springs, a valued eubsciiber of our Bone Oil, 25c. Post Office Drug Store
Ttit wages$:}00 per month and board. Hon. C. M. Brown, candidate for

,p.ird tendency again. paper, was in Ocala yesterday.Miss Address Merrett Powell Co., Gardner, Many persons in this communityare governor, has announced his plat -- m
Fla. 3tiudltw suffering from kidney Mr. C. L.
with b**
form and in it
he he
Edna Barco says recognizesthat
J. Chambers has to Thurs
JJr.W.{ gone I I who could avoid fatal results by using charming sisters Miss
: Anderson
I' I !:, a 11II1
day for a pleasant visit It is reported that orders: have been the interests of capital and labor
York on a business visit. to Ocala and
5 t. j Foley's Kidney Cure. Postoffice Drug
Gainesville.-Tampa Tribune. issued by the Seabord railway to the I', Store. m are mutual. If he succeeds in mak- Miss Rebecca Anderson, of Ocala,

I frio J[. }'. Edwards is now visiting millmen not to load any more lumber j ing them so he will be the only man arrived on Friday and are already

."dali&hkr r, Mrs. T. B. titriugfellow, Mrs. L. H. Johnson and daughter, on theft cars for Fernandina until ) Miss Frances Anderson, of Ocala, that ever did.-Tampa Tribune.Dr. great favorites among the gu *t* ef
r: I who with her mother, has been spend the
Clara They are !
it JltkIOO1'Ule.. I left Tuesday for White same have been unloaded at that j| H. C. Groves has returned (rum cttaper
i -- ing a while at Atlantic Beach, comes oned .
bylrs.U. L. lAndtrsoa, wlas, f
Powers left Tuesday for Springs to spend several weeks. port, as their side tracks are now full Winona, Indiana, where be has been I 1
lx to the city shortly to visit Mary Mc- with her daughter Miss Fran*** Aderson ItI -
\. C., to spend a month : )Ir. from Archer northward to the above for the past ten days! attending a I I ,
i i l Hot ;;rings : T. B. ;Snyder left Tuesd: y for Quaid.-TimesUnion.i are here; fur a fortnight

rill Meeks.Mm. I I Jacksonville and will sail on the place. I iI I meeting of tbe International Sunday Atlantic Beach cor. Tirne!-Uck*. I
Comanche Two more of those Times-Union i!i Miss Esther Weathers returned School: Workers. Mr. Groves was accompanied -
for Sew York.
J.a today i
I Cutler left Thursday I I --- -. -- young lady candidates for commissioner -|| Tuesday from 8eaLreue,wbere he has by his wife and ton who Rev. J. A. Hendry'a pun-owa, *t

l fcrWhite t' ring, where she willI'J"W : Mr*. W. D. Condon went to Jacksonville to the tit.: Louis Fair, having i!I been the guest of )Woodrowat will spend several months in Indiana. Ocala was converted into a eaacfcv i

I few "k8- !j{! Wednesday to visis her been pierced by arrow from Cupid's '1 her cottage "Hiawatha" on the beach of cardinals lat" Monday. Oa wr f
Mrs. B. S. Bernard I
and baby left
daughter, Mrs. B. W. McDonald.Mr. for the three weeks.
quiver, are retired from the race. past return from Urahamville! we stopwd
Leonard Dozier has gone to last night for Hattiesburg, Miss., to
The T.-U's. picture gallery is really I there for dinner, and Ltn .*' eoawt. J'
to visit her son, Mr. Eugene and Mrs. R. R. Phillips and I Mr. William O. Hearu, a well join Mr. Bernard, who now has charge
r better than a matrimonial bureau. !i ed up we found Rev. J. A. H *4ff. _
Duler tad his family. I I baby, formerly of this city, but now ,! known young man of Ocala, Fla., ar- of the Daily Pot-t, published at that 1
---- Rev. B. T. Ripe: Ifcv. T. H. ti rwK
of ganford, are here on aibrief visit to Quick Relief For Asthma Sufferers.Foley's !; rived in the city Tuesday on a visit place. They will reside there per i
Ill John W. Martin, of Habel and this editor around the el (....
friends. Honey and Tar affords immediate >] to his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. manently.-Pensacola Journal. Mrs.
I Brother, Jacksonville, U again a I 1 pie and other ;; cod things. \Ve w..
Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Porter and relief to asthma sufferers iu and Mrs. Walter ti.: Hus..ell.-Jack- Bernard was formerly Miss Aurelie
! tUtor U> for Hrick City. daughters left yesterday for Talullah tbe worst stages and if taken in time i I i bonville Metropolis. Marean, of Ocala. all cardinals, who preach the eariiaal i
t will atfr-ct a cure. Pontoffce Drug'' doctrines of the Bible.-FteM* t
I l Ml Mitchell, formerly of the Mon- Falls month., Georgia, where they will spend Store. m j I I Foly's Kidney Cure Is a medicine One of th* greatest sales of Short- Christian Advocate. ff i f

. "hums bold in thin city, is now with a Timber Lands Wanted. 'i free from poisons and will cure any I horn and Hereford cattle ever held in ------ -
Mrs Mollie Allen ofsjaUt F wt
I r the Mwury hotel in Thouiasville, Miss Edna Barco, of Tampa and Hardwood timber lands in Marion case of kidney disease that i- not beyond Florida will take place! at Palmetto
Kj., she has
wr.a. Miss Minnie Barco,of Cryastal River, county containing large percent of the reach of medicine. Post- Park stock farm, near Ocala, September : says prevented atfefe t
- hickory, wanted. Address JosephBell otlice Drug :Store. m of cholera morbus by takiag Ctwat. I
are visiting their aunt Mr W. K.Zewad 6. One hundred head of
> pedigreed
Mr. and 'N. J. it. Cutler left yeakfd Ocala, Fla. 7 25 tf j ji berhin's Stomach and Liver Tabtete
! J for Wblte Spring. Mr. Cutlervillbetbrrea ki. i! The baseball games between the and grade cattle will be offered when she Mt an attack eowiif m. I.
Ao.TED.-An industrious marriedman Braidentown and Ocala teams announced at public sale. The stock bought for Such
I few days and Mrs. isfaction attacks! ire usually dUMj fcf I
You have the of knowing white i to farm t-hares '
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i ...tJt.r.1I1 remain several weeks.Feky'I ( on everything for Friday and Saturday this sale is from Kentucky, Indian indigestion i and the tablets M. JIM. i
II that what you by at Post Office 7 furnished:l tf ALLEN. ROLNERS.forcr required.. afternoons in this city have been called Territory and Texas. They were what b needed to cleanse tbr iioniinli i
Drug Store., i is; pure and of the best and ward off tbe appratcbitig aItr..
ki'iury Cure will l cure alldisaerr off as the Ocala team will not return given protective inoculation airainst! i
j sell Old .... ', Attacks of bilious colic: may: W >
quality. Reliable *
They Uickey's "" pi i
.ri iDi from di'orded kidneys : until the Texas fever the
I { ; t F.r'II'I.. 4\.;! _':I f"IT>TAR from St. Petersburg at state agricultural vented in the MMIIIP wryFor**fe tay t

[r rfcl dJrr. PiWtofflce Drug Store m j j Eye\Vater. m 'adr... r .su.". Xo opiate. Saturday. J : station.-Orlando: Record. all medicine dealers and dru.....*. I

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t ) Waists. Thousands of Dollars' vVTorth of Seasonable MerchandiseSil: s. !I

: cf Teroostsensationalclearing waists is to be Forced Out in the Next Few Days. Unprecedented Thisisthewayweredp..ur j t
: ever known.
I silk stock: J

White! Lawn Waists with lace I Price Cutting is Now the Order of the Day Offering Marvelous i
insertion and embroidery fronts: I Colored Taffeta Silk, the :*-' f
regular $3.00 and $3.50 for 81/JO. i I .
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and SOc line, this week Jc' i
.\ eofWhite Lawn Waistsembroidery 'I'' Buying Opportunities In All Departments, BegInnIngVIth i ir

r and lace trimmed, High class fancy tfflk, new ::

i. was wc, now ::50c.J j Substantial i 1 Offers i inCOLORED patterns and styles only t v. i

Colored Madras Waists worth X1.50.
dated from 50c and COc to ./e-

[ I Colored Wash Silk, a> gwaralclearing 1 I

DRESS GOODS EMBROIDERY 8 SHOES of the 50c quality tfci

i Corsets. I week 3Jc.: t

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pair of Corsets -New -'- -
I woods and Xew Styles-regular ::11 j j j.r

[We fence a pair.35c, to sell I this week at COLOR'D DRESS GOODS EMBROIDERIES White (Goods. {

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.. i\TE\\AND SEASONABLE\ GOODS i 9 an a.inch Flouncing :Swiss: former price Sic, $i lain fiirea: and 6triped; thr .' r

.Children's Wash SuitsAt II and $I..a:;, NOW 6oc. which formerly sold (or ,34c and l
iOc, now go at 2.5c.; i
Former Price 35c, 400 and 500, 1

50 Ceijts, i 1,000 yards Swiss and Muslin Embroidery, formerly I These are new and lIUOoaLI,. !

Former price Sl.OU to -S1.50. :N-O"T 25 CENTS: A. -.iiD. I tic and 2oc, NOW lOCo :I goods. ,

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Hints of the Decided Oxford Reduction : Shirts Shirts All Straw Goods Must be Closed Out. .

lien's Sv!.50 and 3.00hatsfor. . . .. . Sl.OO
A sizes broken, former \\ t all skirts White b
line Women's Oxfords, .earecoslllgott ; Pique em r Ien.sS1,25andSl..5ohatsfor.'i': cents

'Price $Ioo to $1.50, at 75c a pair. ery trimmed, regular 85, now $3.39; the $2.50 and $3 line Men's 75c and $1.t4) hats for . . . . .50 cento

$1.98; the Sl' line 1.29. Men's ouc hats for . . . . . .__25 .. 200 pairs Misses' and Children's 0 /!' 'das: an d a 1-, ---.-- .u_____ ---- .

all i sues and $1 and 61.25 now 690. i Shirts.
neat dressy, regular i L. Negligee!
__ fine Nosiery. :
--- dozen Shirts half of .
; : Fifty Negligee at manufacturer's (it.in'Madras i

'* A line of Women's Lace and Button Shoes, former :i i A large line of Fancy Hosiery, regular u c goods, ;: Made Percale and Bedford Cord. .'

I price M-SO to $2.00; small sizes; now ygc. j to close out at 25 c. ,3 fOil $1.10 OR 38 CENTS EACH.


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will t b
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I MR. BROWN'S PLATFORM. FAREWELL TO SILVER. '. .......................... coon dog to even up with the one valuable piec of cr ---
THE OCALA BANNER irtj ,"4 ....

: POLITICAL CHIPS : ouued by the Hon. Henry Clay Craw- be foolish to di"|ioi".<.r it at K '...).,. I
To the Editor of the Ocala Banner: Gold is being discovered in great .
ford. Mr. I I'roome know
ought to
price, when by Iwlilii
it.gradaailyadvauer. ,, ..
I notice that Hon. C. M. Brown's ? ...
in Au"trlllit1South
quantities Alaska
F2A172 SABSIS t itor. \ that Waiikullfi coon dogs are hard to Tim
platform has made its appearance and and in other countries and pl't '"
V. Business turn down. Just!; give oue of them the this case to Mr.
LeaTergcsJ, Man! ager.B i! : FROM THE STATE PRESS. J TMittferm' ii. ..
1 assume that a criticism of so greata to become .
promisi s as plentiful as
.1//1111 11. scent and they at once pet into the been to Wa-blimum alad ...
public deliverance is admissable. . W! grew
copper. gams.-Apalachicola Timt'I. helm l''UIUI'I..1 l .
It goes without saying that a candidate Besides this, Mr. Rudolph M. Hunter Judge Sharon of Quincy is the latest .... area B sf
thing that wet, |test
....f. for so high an office would make has fallen upon a discovery by entry in the race for attorney general Charles Mou.-oe Brown jr., has more than H decade and l h.uuMi. ,. lilt

such a document public only after which the color of silver can be changed How many lI1ore"-lalti"otJ Recorder. doubtless, discovered that his fatheris I. r.adT M
.. do more for tb4t .
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careful preparation and mature re- into the color of gold and chemically -
i up against: a cau't-get-tliere -
... .... proposition The people will iu. > .a t
.h sq. flection. and constituently! it is said that rt.tye
running against "Our
f John Beard has written a letter to up I if they tail to fret itH..,., J.....
Candor compels me to say that as a gold and silver are identically thr) Bob of Florida" while "Our Bob of P.
1i": Hon \\". S. Jennings on "how to be TalurrnLskrlftu rye
\ state paper this platform i is faulty and same, so under the Hunter process for Marion', thinks the situation large!; i .111
governor. Better save jour stamps,
disappointing. every dollar silver we are promised enough to turn over in his mind severa1 There art! ima John. Ma'lison Recorder.
It starts oil badly and ends badly. forty dollars in gold pure, genuine times before going into It.- this coi-uty who "'ili.,,. slims| "

AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO Mr. Brown says: gold. General Gilchrist says there is no Times.U u iou. that Mr. JVQUIU& t. tll rn I'.. j..

TAKE CAKE OF THEMSELVES, HAS "I desire!! to begin my platform with This ought to make the heart o f **** the gloriotw nvl...* ,,f ....
BARRI- joke about his lace for the governor .th" ?
the great foundation stone of our couu- every gold bug and silver bug beat Hon. Napoleon B. Brovrard, one his defeat
CADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE ship. He wants to be governor of They iMVr not( ,h,,gn tw
WILL BE MADE FOR try our nation, our time sheriii'of Duval county, a man
AND ITS! F10HT government- high with happiness.Our he has iguwwj (....,
Florida aud will enter the contest to propIWrir
labor. of and
brains popularity political
gold bug friends swear by the ed wtsbesas
to tlw
BOTTOM win.-DeLaud Record. j Munurti '"
-- --- --- This is tautology in its: worst form beard of the prophets that gold has skill, continues to be mentioned as a t
-- .-.....-.- -- -. county eupwrwh.au tJ t.tit.trap.... y,
FRIDAY, AUGUST 14 1903. and does violence to the simplest rules au intrinic value in itself that cannot The report that Senator Mallorywill candidate for governor. The Tampa I inlutioD oouctnimt itw ....r.?lid-

of rhetoric.Mr. Herald commends him highly. It is
be diminished, and we hope they do a stunt for John Stockton of the criiuiiul ew"n-ih.t r.* M

Hearst is one of America's noblestbenefactors. Brown's peroration I i is the following will not recede from this position and seems to lack confirmation.-A palachicola quite evident that so many candidates t''talJli..LrJtftJ fete v.,i,, ,,f y,,

: will calmly permit all the silver in Times. will run for governor that a Miami I charter bill. The *
"Then, upon these motives, 'I invoke the world to be converted into gold .... second primary will be necessary andit for MI the IIIIIf
Unless a man has scored at least one revenge out hu4.ou Mill

i failure he is unable to appreciate suc- the judgment of all mankindand because if gold is a good thing in Bob Davis, Dannette Mays' and is likely to be hotter than the fir&t. the other lly" ..trues 1ft...

the gracious favor of AlmightyGod. itself we cannot have too much of it. Buster Brown will make a trio that it -Punta Gorda Herald. pressing", tWr
approval It' .
J cess. I'" fl.M
The Hunter process makes the Chi will take a "straight" to beat- and faithful "<*k, fur KW-,4, k
Theeditorof this paper is a free This is a misapplied quotation. and Kansas BRINGING IT HOME. 1!
look Floridian.
cago City platforms "
Mr. Tliliaft'i'ro.
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speech free silver free gold, free "Planks" in When a candidate for the presidency -
a platform are not "mo- like 30 cents. 1111
I I in l&SO Gen. W. S. Handcock 111EetBAluwatse.
trade democrat. tives." ,
Hurrah for the Hunter process. HEARST GOOD E.'O'GU.Tbe .

-- Aside from its literary breaks and in.elegancE' Times-ULiou is for Parker, and said that the tariff question was
The T mplHeralll accuses |theJackaouville ADIEU.
purely a local one and should not be Just on the t'4@ ot M .srrtM
f !! the platform is itself faulty. the Tampa Tribune for Cleveland ; but 1.
i : Metropolis ;beiugFlagterized. thrust into national jiolities. He was lie aniinuumwat at h.. ea.rlt
For iIIIIt
instance: speaking e primary To the Editor; of the Ocala Banner. the common ornery herd in Florida
Next. laughed at by republicans and blamed for the high oboe of I'ale..t
election law, which ::\lr.Drown favors Of course I read yesterday's Star seem to prefer Hetrst -St. Petersburg wry

I It uow looks like the Star editor IH.spired "until the end of time" he says i iu it aud have very little criticism; to make Times. by democrats The sugar planters senator Governor J...,.* If plead

of Louiiiana and the on the defensive by John N .
pineappleand ... .
that platform. Mr. Brown assures comfort to the people consolation upou Mr. Brown's editorial performance .111

to widows and Major Healey is no longer a polit-i tomato growers of Florida are open letter which it a dttw.: Md
congratulate hint+rif that it was a refuge to ors as it is not of vital concern to i I

J no worse. phauage." the public. ical factor In Florida, but a farmer I i now vindicating the Hancock id a.-I coon prrhen.ve$ ....., ....... ..

How in the world a widow in her If I were Mr. Brown however 1 and peach' grower in Volusia county, Daytona Gazette News. governor of tttktsg two Ioh11.Iyeo

Gorman Clubs are eiug organized .... consistent", rxMitkNM with
weeds, mourning for her loved and would not have it known that 1 inspired where he is making a splendid success utm
throughout the country also. Let's Jno. N. C. Stockton has given up days on the
Mityet. of
lost, in her grief can find consolationin the Star editorials or that the at the business.-Jacksonville a gasrit..
make it Hearst and Gorman or Gorman banking and will move down into revixfl ('OUiDik. ....... Mr Isard
a primary election law, especiallyas Star editor inspired my platforms.It Metropolis.
and Hearst.OctiU she is denied the privilege of casting is too much of a load for 111. Levy county, as he has !suddenly!; hits from the ........, old vfett sean
If Mr. flays, the JellVrsou <--unty found that "his phosphate interests inti>re te ballot
has a newspaper, that is conducted a will bails the comprehension man seeking public utlice to
carry. "
of farmer should p'ally and truly become there require his personal attention. has been a .."ff.,.... rrn. .i ife. go**.
by sixteen editors. The Banner ordinary mortals. JUPHEKAMJIOX.Great .
Very good ; but after the election of no r'II attitude I in flit th
a candidate for governor oue wtstt rrwaWtion
uimeof its editorial gems 1 take it that it will bo equally iiaf-
quotes is "Editor George." of his first acts khould! be to inform 1904( will he find that his banking by the 'Ut., of what h. ereMiers
and from their tone it would seem Wag to ascertain how the primary
Some of the newspapers' are extending hid newspaper' friends how to spell his interests require his return to Jack- 8 just oMictkM, II.. n,m. fer
has election law can be made to serve
that it still a 'a'ancTllwpa as .
an their sympathy to Editor first name.-Peusacoli News. souvill*?-Pelisacola Press.: Intlal'th,,, .Ii.. ...tv......., dust. p.Nst
orphan asylum.
Tribuue. Wilson of the Times-Union!: for a ..*. .... are ably and In....illy I..WUjII..titlt' ..
Taken &* a whop the platform antagonizes -
The Lincoln Coiumouer in its search dreadful predicament into which HE SUITS SOUTH FLORIDA. \

t f for democratic presidential timber nothing and is friendly to imagine he is getting himself In the Notwithstanding the fact that Dan- Some Florida newspapers" have -- -

has not yet discovered William Randolph everything.It matter of the election of three young uette H. Mays! has not;yet wade his been saying a kind! word for Mr.

Hearst of the New YOrkIAlner I is friendly to labor friendly to the
i ladies as commissioners to the St. formal announcement for Alfred St. Clair Abram jwpulareditor
I capital, friendly to the shipper, friendly governor Let Us Thresh the
and the
[Ian, Chicago American San Louis exposition. They think that he has more supporters In South I and proprietor cf the Tavares
to the railroads .
friendly to the
Francisco Examiner. It may discover pay the disappointed candidates will Florida than any other man iu the Herald. Mr. Abrams is prominentlykuowu Matter OutNo
mentof pensions, friendly to the
him later on. the throughout Florida, and if
pounce upon unhappy editor and race.-Arcadia Xewa.
of debts, friendly to schools, Potasho! Pratt
wake life wretched for him. .... the people want him for attorney-
Hon. 0. M. Brown, Vala's gubernatorial friendly to the primary election law, No Phosphoric AcM :o.e
Not a bit of it. As a result of putting The action of the Rifles in electing general why not have him? We thinkhe
candidate for governor is the friendly to the military, friendly to No :Nitrogen -N LM*.
their pictures in the paper and I Senator James Titlliaferro au hou would be a very hard candidate to
first aspira-it te, announce his plat- hard roads and friendly to economy. i
letting the world see how pretty they orary member of its organization, is a beat-if be hustled around a little. Tfiht three
form. He evidently believes that the These are phrases that mean nothing tluRl' Ill"t.
are, they will all be married by Christmas graceful tribute to his thoughtfulness Titusville Advocate.
I early bird catcher the worm but on and stand for nothing.The l. eupphtrt
and the Times-Union will have and interest in the welfare of the a..1
the other hand if the worm had not candidate for office who would to tour tad.AJ .
of all is this talk
The unkindeot cut
the glory and save some money by it. Florida state troops.-St. Augustine "
been so early he would not have been openly proclaim that! he is an enemyto in the Third congressional dstrk-t I I"t.
Miss Marion McKay is Record. over k;
already announced .
caught.-Tampa Tribune.If these things would be pronouncedas of a successor to Hon. William B. ,, t a'.I..: "':
to Miss e111
marry, ( Langford of
Governor Jennings enters the having been built the wrong way Ft. Meade, is already married.-Ed. We are told that Senator Jas. P. Lamar-and he has not yet made his q sad biiufc :

as Sam Jones would say, from his eyes Taliaerro"i11 have no "walk-over"vin the halls of ,
Banner ) and it first official appearance in giving tkcKl
senatorial race in earnest, with! hisacknowledged only remains for the

r splendid record as an up. others to say yes and fix the date. the coming campaign Probably nut; congress. This is carrying this rotation \ ?t of the .hide smut

Besides, nearly all the things to As but it will surprise some of his opponents in office fad too far, gentlemen ; .IKt\ k'U ""Ir'l'IJ
executive behind him, and the magnetic a matrimonial agent Editor ."_.".. -
which Mr. Brown alludes in his platform when the votes are counted ,
eloquence of William Bryan Wilson is ahead of everybody else in according to all rules of precedence, .
have! long since become the set in his favor. Well here's to you Sen- entitled k. '/ .
the United Congressman Lamar is to a :
r given in his behalf from the stumpin ; and eighteen ,.--.r.__.:. _,:' ,: 4
tled policy of the party in in .
East Advocate.
power ator Taliaferro.- Coast hard '-'
second He fought
mouths from term. won a
all the principal towns in Florida now there will be more .
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this state and there is : r r's.tCOOKING
no disposition ....
t there will be something doing at George Wils-ou Smiths and George battle and the spurs should be long -
on the part of any faction within or A BRILLIANT CROWD.It .
other places besides Punta Gorda. Wilson\ Joneses and other George enough for him to prove that his
without the party to disturb them. I is now reported that Mr. Bryan
friends made mistake in lectilJgbimTimegt'nion
Wilsons in :Florida than there are no AHEADPersona
Jupiter Ammon is playing ten pins: Mr. Brown takes no position upon Theodore Roosevelts in all the other is coming to Florida in behalf of his : .

with the planks in Mr. Hrown's platform any of the issues that were uppermost cousin's senatorial candidacy. With I ....
&tates.-Punta Gorda Herald.
and yet of all the candidates forT i when he was elected to the senate or "papa in law" also working for him HIS NAME WILL BE DE.\"MS. 'In the Eariy Stages of KIjo
Disease Should Wtt .t
governor Mr. Brown is the only one that have arisen since, unless it is the Not Over Wise. Mr. Jennings will have some brilliant The newspapers are having a hard Time 'In Making thalrKldnaya

who has had the courage to announce taxing of franchises and I have heardit There'sjan: old allegorical picture of a campaigners at his back.-Palatka: time iu spelling the name of Hou. D. Right
girl scared at a grasshopper, but in the In Issue of the Deboto -
asserted H.Mays. one
r a platform of any description. Mr. by those in a position to Times-Herald.
act of heedlessly If dont la tll U .
treading on a snake. you stop that ptla
F Brown has said know that he voted against .111 County News" it takes extracts from
to a
something -
yet up proposition This is i
paralelled by the man who lame of these day you are .tVta*
this of this kind in his in The prospective gathering of politicians other papers, in which his name is .
sweet hour Colonel Robert W. the spends a large sum of money building liable to have Brlfht'i DUau or .*

S j, Davis, "Our Bob," has not said a word senate during the last session of the a cyclone cellar, but neglects to pro at Punt Gorda is clearly I a variously spelled Denuett Daunttt, other form of kidney troafcta. T.. to

and his platform remains just the legislature. vide his family with a bottle of deep laid plot of the Herald man to DanlUe and Dennet. When Robert Just as much la daoer If JOB !kin lit

Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and ness of the Ikln headaches, m*:*****
I have them feasted W. D.'lvisgets' through with him all ,
h S same: "He "jesa latI3.' am constrained to say that Sena. upon good things
Diarrhea Remedy i as a safeguard unusual appetite and areas iMrtt, or
r That tor Brown's platform is not a creditable against bowel complaints whose vie- solid and liquid, until they become may be able to meet on a common you notice a Iedlmentorclo4IAfeurlatturine I

section of country from Bawling production for one seeking so high ims outnumber those of the cyclonea communicative and tell all about it. ground and and spell it "Dt'nui"- or other urinary IrrefttkrW**.

Green to Punta Gorda has made an office. hundred to one. This remedy is The .presistent silence of some peopleis St. Augustine Record FOLET'I: KroUT (cal B keith k&

i wonderful progress. Towns along the The platform needs revising and everywhere recognized as the most becoming worrisome to us editor .... neys right, and whtneftf airs art tit

line have risen from the forest: old amending. Indeed, a total abolition prompt and reliable medicine in use Tampa Tribune. The kind of political ranting as l is Indication thIS these orfim art U Ef

F settlers have grown rich and new and to it.reconstruction would be helpfu for these: diseases. For sale by all .111 exemplied by some of the state papers least way dliturbad, .It .b chd U ****

druggists and medicine dealers. promptly and regularly Mtil 18 atoms ,.,-
ones are not far !behind, by tilling theIf Jri'ITEK-AMJIOX. m Now he is, and now he isn't-that's jumping on everyone that's in of kidney trouble Lara dtMK8"4Ttls

L soil; new houses! are being built; public Mr. Brumby Here. Cheap But Good Reading. the best we can tell you of the candidacy : office in order to create attention aud preparation it comp .,J of t./ &**

roads graded; phosphate works at Among the prominent visitors Ito The Lakeland (Fla.) Sun is one of of Gen. Bullock for governor strife-will not build up a town or known remedlei employed *J *&*$.

full blast; cattle business never any this city the most interesting wef-kly newspapers but his fellow townsman Mr. Brown, community. A newspaper that i is specialists, and it etnaol help to Bolt
Monday Was Louis
J. Bruui **
If to
form of troobU"
better; all things denote prosperity by of Ocala in the state, and is an important is sure enough in the race no matter willing to publish", individual attacks every kidney I
editor and publisher of early Thousand hare ks*4 Ml M **

along this line.-Wauchula Land and the Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower, political journal as well as in the way how madly the waves roar, the winds written or dictated by unsigned parties fact. In even th. most bop laa 0e.* ,

Lan. and one of the most successful and of news in this section. In order to blow and the ship of state staggers h itself a slanderer. The way to will always ford relief r,

: Florida says the Leesburg Commercial able newspaper: men in the state. Mr. increase our circulation, we will send blindly on.--;Madison New Enter do good, even along with taking part I Dr. Geo.Ewing, ot Smiik1 Of.*.., W*' ,

is all right. The people are coming Brumby in connection the Sun from now until Dec. 31st, for prise. in a reasonable way in the political writes: For years I bare bees f.*$ t
with his own bothered with kidney as4 UaWer w.* .
te here to settle to make homes and publication also special repr_senta- 25c, one year from date for SOc. Orderat .... literals of the state, is to talk up the and enlarged prostate jU l I *** ,.

happiness for themselves and for live and staff correspondent of the once. Somyle copies free. General Bullock, General Gilchrist, industrial opportunities, show to the everything known to the prefer Ids i It

their new found friends and neigh Ocala Banner and is now touring the Lakeland Sun, Lakeland, Fla. Congressman Davis RepresentativeBrown world at large the resourceslof| your out relief, until I wu Ia4.*! w ** "

bors. Capital is not afraid of Flor We and Farmer Mays are the section and public far and wide whatis FoLBi'a EIDSIT Cc i. After tttiM
state in the interest of that paper's carry in stock, along with scoresof i., ..

ida investments, because Floridians special industrial edition which will other pills the celebrated Ramon's most talked about candidates for gov being accomplished. In that way a cure three.bottle.I prescribe I was wHlrtlroMtr It BOW cWI1l1* *? .,,

are enterprising and progressive and be published about September 15. Liver Pills & Tonic Pellets-in fact we ernor. If the farmer leads all others, newspaper can and will doj'good.DeSoto / .- practice and heartily roeosMtni fa **

because there is susceptibility of won- He is one of the best writers on industrial are headquarters for pills of all kinds as farmers do in strengthing of the i County Advertiser. i i to all physicians far iwfc trHW" I* It

derful development and increase in subjects in the south, and I -but we want you to try Ramon's. country's backbone, the other fellows .... can honestly state I ktft preen K ',"

her resources. This is a f state of will no doubt make the same successof The manufacturers claim them to be will have a hard time of it.-Gainesville Because Senator Taliaferro is a first hundreds of eases with p.ted Ili1C "

>> schools and churches and the highest the coming number as he enjoyed the best-our customers,who use them Star. class business man and knows how to Postofflce Drug Htor I.

standard of citizenship and the climate with the five numbers already issued say they find them to be the best, and 1111 manipulate affairs to the best interests -- -- "-

is the finest in the world. by the Banner.-Gainesville Sun. Office we believe Drug we Store.are the best.25c. Post It is said that the Hon. James of our state hone reason why we FOIEYSKIDNEYCIMakes .tlft

m Broome will import a goad want him re-elected. If you have a Kidney oat 81&1.ie1 i mew ..


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t .wHX: : ? : scribed property viz: Commencing at e !I sessment books in order to receive the I
southwest corner of northwest quarter i taxes for the same. .1

\ \Vby do women continue to endure of northwest quarter of section 25, The board thereupon adjourned until Eczema Psoriasis Salt
caused by womanly diseases?
t jffertng There are many answers to that ques- township 12, range 20, north 6.32 foumpSCOTT'S Back Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock. ,

toy Sometimes because they have ex- chains, east 13.67 chains, south 3.1C

hausted the skill chains west 9.47 chains, south 3.16 Rheum Tetter and AcneBelong < I
of local physiciansand Tuesday, August 4, A. D. 1903. ,
chains, west 4.20 chains, at the face won't make a
cured.remain un- value of said certificates without Interest back straight,neither will it make I Board met pursuant to adjournment.The to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that
times it is because and without omitted years' tax thump leg long but it feeds soft bone I'! petition asking for road from cause more genuine bodily discomfort and worry than all other known

they shrink from diseased I bone and is among I poor farm to Anthony was laid over diseases. The impurities or sediments which collect in the system becauseof

e submitting to obnoxious es. the-few genuine means of recovery in until next meeting of the board.It poor digestion, inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are j

examinations It was recommended by the board of rickets and Send bone for consumption.free sample. was upon motion ordered that the taken up by the blood, saturating the system with acid poisons and fluids |

y. which local county commissioners that S. D. Sou- SCOTT & BOWNK!:, Chemists, I clerk of this board notify Mr. D. L. that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin, producing an indescribable -
physicians deem ter be allowed to redeem certificate 409-411 Pearl Street, New York. itching and burning, and (
"I can cheerfully endorse S. S.S.
SOC.and t 1.00;all druggists.be Grantham, justice of the peace at Foit your
necessary. And to 4620 of October, 1898; 3166 of August, the yellow, watery discharge forms as a cure for Eczema. I was troubled I
sum it all up, they 1899; 2296. of August 1900, and 2725. '- .. :-. ,-:: ',:::._:- _/c-) McCoy Fla., that the contract with into CruStS and Sores or little brown with for: 25 years and tried many .
I y" ennure suffering this board for the burial of paupers is remedIes wIth no good effects,but after
because they do of July 1901 covering 339% feet north andwhitescabsthatdropofUeartngthe using a few botUu of S.S.S.was entfkh "
allowed for the face value of cer- that the county pay $2.50 for such skin tender and raw. The effect iy relieved. Wm. Campbell,
know j
( not that Dr. and south by 200 feet east and
t 1' trce's Favorite wedlin tificates No 317 of July 1S94, and No. burial and that the bill of $9 is re of the poison may cause the skin to 313 W. Central St.,Wichita, Kan. I

Prescriptionmakes southeast corner ot block 33, Cadwell's 433: of November, 1S95; for A. J. Mc- fused. crack and bleed, or give it a scaly, fishy appearance; again the eruptions may

weak wom- ad, Ocala, at the face value of Mahon.It It was upon motion ordered that J. consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard, red bumps upon .

en strong and sick said certificates, without interest and the face. Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these vicious skin
II. Bell J. L. Smith M.
L was upon motion ordered that the and Y. Seek-
women well. without omitted years' taxes. Believfog diseases. Washes and powders can only hide for a time the glaring fJ
section 16 15 inger be and they are hereby appointed
l. Favorite Preption"establishes north half of township ,
blemishes. S. S. S. eradicates all
poisonous accumu
that the best interest of the state
} regularity,dries disagreeable range 21, which was raised at last a committee to lay out the road lations, antidotes the Uric and other acids, and
drains heals inflammation and and county will be subserved by such
ulceration and cures female weakness. redemption.Mr. meeting of the board to $1000, be plac- from where the hard road to Blitch- restores the blood to its wonted purity, and stimulatesand

r ed back at $2.50 per acre. ton begins to the city limits of thd revitalizes the sluggish organs, and the impurities
, _I enjoy good health; thanks to Dr. Pierces \V. II. Dehone stated to the
t PintePrtscnpUouand'Golden Medical Dis11 It was ordered by the board of coun- city of Ocala pass off through the natural channels and

, LwwiUoB T'"wnta Co.,)I1L1 rs.J.J. Schnetyer was taken of sick Pont d, board that he had removed from the ty commissioners that the comptrollerbe The petition asking for public road relieve the skin. S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood

the doctor here called tt'Grip.' I lay for four a. district in which he was appointed recommended to allow S. J. DillarJ beginning at the residence of Mr. Bur- purifier. It contains no Arsenic Potash or other harmful minef 1.
weeks in bed then when I got up I found I had mark and brand inspector and askedto Write us about your case and our physicians will advise without charge. J
'MupUcement\ : Had such aches and pains top to redeem certificates 2579 and 2601, gin running north on section line be-
back and limbs could not stand any length be released, and thereupon tendered We have a handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases which will be sent
'tIIIlc. that our home would of November, 1896, 2857 and 2860, ot tween sections and 5 to where said free to all who wish it.
I knew doctor in-
oi[ his resignation as mark and brand THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, G*.
njt the teat thing on an examination, and that October, 1898, and 2759 and 2763, of section line strikes A. C. L. Ry.,
i would not submit to, unless I was dangerously inspector, which resignation was ac- -
_. My on had your book. Common SenseUtdical August, 1S99! covering lands in sec- thence running along and parallel with
Adrrcr..' and 1 thought from reading cepted.Mr. .
h that Dr. Herce's medicine would do me tion 17, township 17, range 23, at $15.It said railroad on west side of railroad
J. W. Coulter before
not rood than ail the home doctors-and so it appeared was ordered by the board of coun- to county line of Marion and Alachua
II In*. I can truly say I was surprised at the the board and requested the appoint-
J benefit I received. I can do all my washing and ty commissioners that the comptrollerbe counties, was laid over until next
1/<# .to tend mv flower garden. In fact I am on my ment of G. M, Richard as inspector of
. fret meat all the time. An old friend of mine recommended to allow L. W. John meeting.
md to me. Why what is the matter with you? marks and brands for district L'O, son to redeem the northwest quarterof Messrs. Wartmann, Fort and Lucius
are getting young ajram.: I told her I had
You which request was granted, and :Mr.
taken six bottles of Dr. Ilerce's medicines, and northeast quarter and east half of were appointed a committee to investigate -
that if the would do likewise she would feel ten Richard was duly appointed as such
younger, too." northwest quarter and northeast quar- the jail with reference to the Dyspeptics
ytut inspector and filed his bond, which
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical ter of southwest quarter, section 33, closets with power to act.
was duly approved by the board. I are made their careleuuet. -
Adviser paper covers is sent free on receipt township 17, range 26, and northeast Bond of T. W. L. Hardee to carry every day by own
of 21 one-cent stamps to pay e*- Upon motion it was ordered that un Con that ease of constipation before U
quarter of southwest quarter, section pistol rules were waived, and the application
pense of mailing only. Address Dr. R.V. appropriation be made of $5 per month
Buffalo N. Y. 33. township 17, range 26, for $11. granted.The .
Pierce,, for Henry Edwards and his father, residents Ji ii'SLrViR
of Citra, Marion county, Fla. Mr. H. W. Long reported that he following bonds were approvedby 1) A PILLS \ \

met Dr. Lowry as per agreement at the board and ordered drawn:
Mr. Long thereupon made his reportof J ANDTONIG I !
Dunnelloi', Florida, on July 28, 1903, Thomas J. Stanley, J. B. Jarrel, W. B PELLETS f
[COUNTY 1 [COMMISSIONERS.I [ the farm which report is as I I
poor after having received nine bids for the Jarrel J. II. Humphrey, M. L. Ferguson. the only remedies which aaeist Nature and do not get in her

follows: building of a steel bridge, with a sixty way. Powerful purgatives gripe pain and make confirmed J
Superintendent's salary, $33:;; regu- Withlacoochee drug-taken. Ramoo'i Remedies act gently and leave the t
f foot draw across the The following bonds to carry fire
lar field hand, one month, $13; extra independent of For sale by aU dealer
over system drugs. !
river, which bids were as follows: arms were filed and laid until

', Ocala, Fla., August 3, A. D.. 1903. hands hoeing and pulling fodder, Nashville! Steel Bridge Co., $6475; next meeting; H. D. Mathews, W. H. Your druggist will furniab a free sample or *e will t

of county commissionersfor $20.55; cook, one month, $5; washingand
The board Champion Steel Bridge Co., $6635; Fort, Marcus Frank, Joseph J. Fort, t
Florida met in ironing. $4. Total, $77.55. Brown Mfg. Co.
Marion county, King Bridge Co., $6900; Crafts BridgeCo. R. II. Sanders, S. Feinberg, J. L. Par-:

I i session on this day. Present, H. MerchandiseTydings ., $66 5.75; Cotton States BridgeCo. ramore. New York I I

I W. Long, chairman, and Commissioners & Co., $3.05; ; H. B. Masters, ., $6700; Coke Bridge Co., $6520; Bond of Oliver Moore to carry rifle and Oreeneville. i

.. E. L. Wartmann. N. A. Fort and F. $15.20; Rheinauer & Co., $2.05; Kleia: Virginia Bridge Co., $6495: ; Converse was refused by the board. Tenn. ;l

tt S. Lucius. & qampbell, $1; C. C. Priest, for fisn, Bridge Co., $:;960. Mr. E. L. Carney, tax collector, reported !

Minutes of last meeting were read July 4th-extra dinner125. Total, The Converse Bridge Co's bid of collection of $2.51 on accountof

and approved.The $22.55. Total expenses for July $3960 to build said bridge being the licenses and $22 on account of poll I

application of J. B. Peyton for $100.10. lowest and best bid, was accepted by taxes.

the redemption northwest quarterof CreditsBy them. Citrus county to pay one half A complaint having been made to 1i i

northeast quarter and northeast of the expenses of building the said this board that Messrs. H. L. Ander- POST OFFICE nur(. ST01JL OfLtL.: I"L.S.G..O. \. :

, quarter of northwest quarter, section cantaloupes $39.44; by collard steel bridge, and the said chairman respectfully son and Marsh are fencing up the public -
and peas, SOc. Total, $40.24. Expense .. ;
the -
19 and
I 18, township 16, range submitted the same and re- roads in and around what is knowaas
less credits, $59.86. Housed 1700 bun-
I southeast quarter of southwest quar- quested that the board ratify the the Big Scrub near Salt Spring,
I ter and southwest quarter of southeast dles of fodder-3400 pounds. Thee same. Which action of Mr. Long was it was ordered that the clerk of this ..... ..........

, quarter section 7, township 16, range is on hand 41 hogs and 5 pigs-lo then and there duly and legally rati- board request Mr. II. L. Anderson to .e.. ;
head. One brood sow worth $8, was
I{ 19, having been'referred to the chairman fied, and the following resolution unanimously remove at once any obstruction which :
killed Wm. hand, whichis
by Chappell's
I' of this board at last meeting; the adopted: may have been placed on public roadsin t

said chairman having investigated the being investigated. There are two Resolved, that the chairman of the this county. Marking Advertising
acres in potatoes, which had considerable -
matter thoroughly, reports to this board of county commissioners of Marion The following notary public bonds
grass in it but had just been e e
board that a fair settlement with Mr. county, Florida, be and he is here- were approved, viz: E. P. Thaganl
cleaned out. Cane had considerablegrass
Peyton would be for the recommendation by authorized and directed to executeon with Vernon Clyatt and Z. C. Cham- : \ \ \ :
in it but is being cleaned. Pin- Pa.y
of said certificates upon the face the part of Marion county and as bliss, sureties; J. W. Crosby, with R.
dars are fair, but have been in grass;
value thereof, without interest and its act and deed a contract with the S. Hall and W. J. Chambers, sureties; S S
velvet beans and peas are good; corn
without omitted years' taxes. Which Converse Bridge Co., of Chattanooga, M. M. Hampton, with H. L. Andersonand .
is fair, and will make a sufficiency for
report was adopted and it was recom- Tenn., for the construction of a bridge Walter Ray sureties.It .
another year. 133 crates cantaloupes, .
mended that the comptroller be requested ., across the Withlacoochee river at Dun- was duly ordered by the board
net $135.44, with 7 crates to hear from.
to authorize the redemption Upon motion, Mr. Clarence Priest nellon, Fla., in accordance with the that the clerk of this board be and n-j S One drop of water does not make the ocean I

u above stated. Said land being cov- plans and specifications and form of is hereby directed to write to the

ered by certificates 1G67 and 1650 of superintendent of the poor farm, was contract this day submitted the said comptroller and ask him what he requires e c: One grain of sand will not make a shore .
demand of Mr. Wm.
instructed to
July, 1901. The board believing such board of county commissioners. Which this board to do in order to procure .
One feather does not make bird
i Chappell $8, in payment for a hog hind a
redemption to be to the best interestof plans and specifications and form of its pro rata from him of convict

the state and county.It by one of his hands farm.and which be contract are hereby approved. The hire due this county July 1, 1903, ana : One leap will not make a frog :
longed to the poor
is hereby recommended by the contract to be entered into by Marion at what time the said comptroller will!
Upon motion, the estimate furnishedby IT IS ALL THE REST- .
bow of county commissioners that and Citrus counties as party of the be ready to turn over such funds to
sub-school district No. 4 was granted -
the comptroller authorize L. P. Millerto first part and not to become effective this board. e aS .
and the levy of three mills made
redeem the northeast quarter of unless $1000 is raised by private sub I Mr. T. E. Pasteur submitted his report .
duly noti-
and the assessor thereupon
southwest quarter and east half of scription as specified in the form of I of receipts disbursements and .
southeast quarter, section 7, township fied.Fantville special tax school district ;I contract exhibited to the board. balances as follows: .

16, range 19, for the face value of said The bond of J. N. Marshall mark
No. Commencing at northeast cor- SS
certificates. namely, 1652 and 1653 of and brand inspector at Candler, was I
ner of section 19, township 13, south, Balance last report........li-lM 45
July 1901, and 1325 and 1326 of Au- Marion approved and filed by the board. Treasurer's receipt............ i35!: (i:354 45
lUst, 1900, at the face value of said range 20 east, running west to the Applications for pensions from the lJbIJur"l'd....... ... ....... 111\t ::; And so it is with most things in life andS .
and Levy county line, thence
certificates without interest and with- state of Florida were approved as follows Balance....00... ...... 00 =il.ua i icocsir lie S
is it that advertisement
south to the southwest corner of sec- especially one
out : Sarah Simmons Jane A. Hudgens. -
omitted years' taxes. .

It was recommended by the board of tion 3, township 14, south range 19, L. V. Mixson.! J. H. Lanier, Ann J. last report: ....PBOFEE.HalantT .. ...$ 167 : will not make you a successful advertiser. :

east, thence east to the southeast cor- .. .... .
Taylor, Sarah L. Fletcher, Sarah F. Treasurer's receipt 00. 1W! b9 law an
county commissioners that Tom Walker ner of section 2, township 14, south, Disbursed .......... ...... .. 175 ou Lay out a line of publicity and put it in .
be authorized the comptroller to Phillips, Thos. N. Davis.
by range 19, east, thence north to the Balance. ............. ... $13 5b
redeem certificates 51, of November Petition asking for hard road from .
northeast corner of section 2, township FINE ASD: FOBFEITCBE FCXD.
1895; 90, of October, 1S9S; 115, of Au- 19 east, thence eastto Dunnellon to Ocala was laid over until Balance last reprrt.tJl2145 .

gust 1899 the following de- 14, south, range the meeting of the board In Sp- Treasurers; receipt .. ....... o!ti 00 3>17 42
covering the southeast corner of section 31, Disbursed. .... ...... '00 ..... 5"3 w :

township 13, south, range 20, east: The board of county commissioners, Balance. .. .... $UiiM: ,

Women as Well as Men of thence section north 19, township to the northeast 13, south,comer range having received information that certain The following justices reported fines : X X X That Will PayS XXXESTAIILISIIEll 3

lands in Marion county, Florida imposed as follows: Geo. G. Mathews,
Are 20. east, the point of beginning.It .
Made Miserable by and unimproved lands S. D. L.
were swamp $395; ; R. Shortridge, $50;
motion ordered that the :
was upon and which was of very little value, and Grantham, $25; H. W. Douglass, $1 ; .w..
Kidney Trouble. clerk furnish the superintendent of the
upon the application of Mr. John A. J. X. Shedd, $25; M. M. Proctor, $3;).
poor farm a commitment for Mattie Graham of Braidentown. Fla., who had The following justices reported no .as.e.sess.s.s.suusse.se

... Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls- English.Mr. purchased the said lands from FrankQ. fines imposed in their courts: E. S.
,ceurag$and lessens Harris appeared before
; beauty vigor F. E.
Brown, trustee for the Florida Smith, Alex. Wynne, M. H. Rou, J. O.
;., and cheerfulness soon with reference to the print
Sot board
.\ disappear when the kidneys the Southern R. R. Co., it was recommended Turnipseed, R. Bullock, E. W. Jackson. 11 YEARS.

are out of order ing of the laws of 1903. It was thereupon to the comptroller that the applica- J. W. Lyles, B. F. Bouchillon.

: I' "or diseased. I on motion ordered that the Ocala! tion of the said Graham be acceptedand The board thereupon adjourned.S. HANNE BROTHERS'
I Kidney trouble has be and it is hereby designatedas
'\: Banner that he be allowed to redeem the T. Sistrunk, Clerk.

| become that it is not so uncommon prevalent the paper to publish the said laws said lands i upon the payment of all delinquent CASH MAIL ORDER HOUSE

\ for a child to be born of 1903.It taxes to date upon a value of Physician Healed.Dr. .

6'l \ ?; afflicted with weak kid. was thereupon upon motion or- 25 cents per acre without interest. The Geo. Ewing, a practicing physician Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
't t t::: If the child urinates Burford the
A. ,
neys. Mr. R.
... -- dered board believing that it is for the best: of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over
;;; If the
wine scalds the- flesh or if.too when often the child county attorney, be requested to pre- interest of the state and county that thirty years, writes his personal experience Authorizedl Bottlers and Wholesale Dealers in Wm. J. Lemp

Caches an age when it should be able to pare the necessary blanks for enforcing this application should be acceptedand I with Foll' "s Kidney Cure : Brewing Co's St. Louis Beer.

control,, the passage, it is yet afflicted with' the road law with reference .0 that the said lands should be redeemed "For years I had been greatly bothered

the- :efllng. depend upon it. the cause of persons paying no taxes. Under chap- and placed back upon the as- with kidney and bladdar trouble Fla-
is kidney trouble, and the first 1246-1258 Adams St. Jacksonville,
i atei should be towards the treatment of ter 5236, acts of 1903.It and enlarged prostrate gland. I used

theta Important organs. This unpleasant was thereupon upon motion ordered everything known to the profession PKICE LIST n.0\ APPLICATION.The .

trouble Is due to diseased condition of the Wallace be placed upon -
a that Mrs. without relief, until I commenced to -
eys and bladder and not to habit as gagged-Down -
list at $5 per
the pauper Use Foley's Kidney Cure. After tak-

Women as suppose.well as men are made mis- The committee heretofore appointed. FeelingIn ing three bottles I was entirely relieved Ocala seed Store

tcable( with kidney and bladder trouble. to see to this matter having reportedthat and cured. I prescribe it now

"I Mth need the same great remedy. she was very helpless and suffering the loins.Nervousness. in and
practice heartily
The daly my
mUd and the immediate effect o! with consumption and was not a nnrefreshlng sleep, despon- Is the Up-To-Date Concern of this city and will
fflp-Root Is soon realiied. It Is soldB7 dency. recommend its use to all physiciansfor

druggisu, in ., proper subject for the poor farm; $5 It is time you were doing something.The such troubles. I nave prescribedit be glad to serve its customers in any way possibleIf
= and one dollar J": ": to be paid for the month of July en kidneys were anciently called the

You ..; ... in hundreds of with perfect don't in line what want sendto
> may have a .. account of nurse hire, etc. reins-in your case they are holding the cases we carry our you

.; 'mee maple, also bottle pamphlet by mail tell- Dome of's.ampaoo' < It was ordered by the board that the reins and driving yon into serious trouble.Hood's success." Postoflice Drug Store. mfOLEYSIIOm.'IDTAR us for it anyway and we will get it for you, no

'-j aa about it. including many of the clerk for this board recommend to the SarsaparillaActs matter what it be.

thousands of testimonial letters received comptroller that the redemption of the with the most direct, beneficial effecton may

i "Cos cured. In writing Dr. Kilmei northwest quarter of northeast quarter the kidneys. It contains the best and CARN

Blng .amton, N. Y., be sure and 8 township 14, range 20, safest substances for correcting and toning ,tops the cough and he&lslungr BAXTER Manager.
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There U a nil spaper in Ocala called
ST PETERSBURG. Bill Limiting Tax Rate Is Passed b>
the Advertiser which has sixteen
,-- the House.
colored editors. Atlanta August 13.-The house of "Trje Firjsst" ROYAL RESERVE
The Score is Three: to Two in FavorOf
t We wake the following extracts representatives did a fairly good

Is Preparing for a Large Edition the Visiting\ Team. from it: day's business yesterday to spite of

ST. PETERSBPBG, Aug. 13. the fact that considerable time.. was 7j FULL QUIRTS fi HA Four Quarts
of the Ocala Banger The appointment of Judge Bullockwas 41 $3 50
spent In quibbling. 'pO.UU
Special to the Ocala Banner. DELIVERED Delivered, .
in nowise a mistake, as far as we The house passed on many matten
The game today was an exceedingly k the bill to limit
yesterday: passed
can see. think he is as! fine as thereis :
close and pretty one, and was witnessed the tax rate to 5 mills, defeatel the I IIItI
IT WILL BE THE BIGEST : on the Florida bench. His course
I { by a large number of tptfctatos. bin to Increase the salaries of Judges
was very timely in his speedy actionin o! tikft superme and superior courts,
Ocala made three runs, four bits Every bottle of genuine
I the Polite case. I am sure it was passed the Mil to prevent the fraudulent _

and one error. sale of stocks of goods in bulk_
, This Paper Will Be Devoted to Indus probably the best thing to do.
E St. Petersburg: two runs, six hits and the amendment to the franchisetax

I f try and Enterprise With Many and four errOIS.BatteryFJr. law, passed the bill permitting

Good Features. I am sure that the poor, unfortunate certain railroads to straighten out their
Ocala, Clark and kinks and acted favorably or unfavorably
man *was ably defended by Col. Bur Pabst
Titus; for St. Petersburg McKay and on quite a number of other sen
f' L. J. Brumby, editor of the Florida ford. Judge Bullock gave him a lawyer ate measures of lesser Importance.The .
Williams.The .
Fruit and Truck Grower and also the as he (Ponte) was not able to fur- house passed the Perry or the

It.: special representative of the Ocala Ocala delegation is being nice- nish himself a lawyer. The world senate Mil by substitute the difference

ly treated and is having an excellent being that the substitute limits
Banner was in Jacksonville cannot that he did not hue Blue Ribbonbears
i f Daily time. B. over say the tax rat to 5 mills for all purposes,

I yesterday for a few hours on his way an able defense, for I don't really be. including; the sinking fund, while! the

; down the east coast.Mr. Hearst Club Organized. lieve that any man could have bettered bill passed by the senate; Ud not include
the sinking! fund, but permitted
Brumby's presence here was for About twenty attended the meet. Col. B.'s speech.
&n extra levy for the purpose of raising -

the purpose of completing some preliminary ing to organize a Hearst Club at the the annual 100.000 to pay off

I I. work connected with the council chamber last night, but as the Weaver-Hodge bonds. the trade-mark "Pabst /lil.waukee" .
Sunday evening at seven o'clock at The house put hs foot down hard
I contemplated Lig special industrial seed were planted in good soil, it
the home of the bride on Main sheet yesterday on the proposition to increase
I edition of the Ocala Banner, which is believed the organization will the salaries or Judges of the in a red circle. In the
Mrs. :Maria PJ. Hodge and Mr. Chas.
t! I, will be published about October 1. make itself felt in the community. supreme and superior courts and of
J. Weaver were united in marriage,
: 1. Among the state papers the special History will repeat itself-tall oaks the governor.
Rev. L. B. Warren officiating.Mrs. The bill by Senator Comas, proposIng making of Pabst Beer
,. editions of this journal have under from little acorns grow ', to Increase the salaries of Justice -
Weaver, as Mrs. Hodge, was a
I Mr. Brumby's direction, created most The opinion is rapidly crys- of the supreme court from $3,000to
, well known dress maker of this city $4,000 and the Judges of the superior The is
favorable comment and it is proposed talizing that Mr. Hearst is barley right
and Mr. Weaver is employed at the courts from $2,000 to $3,000.
! this ;year to far exceed all previous the best equipped man in the dem-
which had passed the senate by a
Rim and is
Spoke and Factory an
i j eflorts. Taking as the text, the naval ocrtic party to tussle with the republician unanimous vote was amended In the The hops are right

I stores, phosphate, lumber and fruit Goliah and as a presidential excellent gentleman.Born bouso so as to Increase the salary of
the governor from $3,000 to $5,000 and
: and truck growing interests of Flor- possibility is gaining strength
then promptly defeated. } The water is right
ida, for all of which Ocala is a very daily. On Tuesday morning to Mr. and Tao amendment increasing! the governors

important center, the developmentand The following gentlemen were Mrs. Richard S. Hall, a son. salary was adopted by a vote .
of bO; to 5S. The vote by which the The plant is
exploitation of these industries of the rightThat's
named last night as officers
Goes to Florida. bill was defeated was 74 to 77 againstWhflc !

will be the subject of a number of club, viz: not providing ror a constitu-
J. F. Barwick, a well known resident -
special and timely articles President-Frank Harris.: tlvnal amendment the measure was why
of Thomas county, was in the one which required under constitutional .
Another most important feature Vice-President Mathews..
city yesterday. He was accompaniedby provision a two-thirds majonty.: or
will be sketches of those:! men most Secretary-N. I. Gottleib. In the hous 117 votes. It lacked 41
his family and they were driving
prominent in Florida's industrial and Treasurer-T. E. Pasteur.A Totes of passing that body.
through to Conant, Fla. Mr. Bar-
business life, and to whom a large public meeting of the club, to
wick will make his home there in the Banquet to Sir Thomas Lipton.
share for the past, present and futureof which will be invited several distin-
future.-Thomasville (Ga.) Enter: NfT York. August 13. The diree

the state is due.Arrangements guished speakers, will be announcedlater. prise. ;ors of the Maritime Exchange gave a Pabst beer

are being made for reception and banquet to Sir Thomas

the widest circulation of this issue The next visit to Ocala of Dr. E.T Lipton today at the exchange Sir
Between the ages of fifteen and
both in this country and abroad, and Allen, the eye and ear surgeon, will Thomas was greeted enthusiastically
forty-five, the time when womanhood when he was Introduced to the members
effort will be made both the be Thursday, August 27, at the Mon-
by of President
every Parsons
to whoso
begins and motherhood end, it is estimated -

t Ocala editor, the Hon. Frank Harris, tezuma. greetings he responded briefly Pe isaIwa
that the aggregate term of a
then met the members In
LYNCHINGS AND MOBS. hearty taol*
i and by Mr. Brumby, to make the spore
woman's eullering is ten years. Ten shaking resItien.1votceetonal..
special number one that will be of
I years out of thirty. One third of the: Dr. Eabbitt Answers Address of John I
great value to the state.
best part of a woman's life sacrificed. Temple .
:1:1I Mr. Brumby said yesterday : "This CLautauqua N 1.. August 13.-Iter.
I Think of the enormous loss of time. Dr. -- ............. -..----
will be rum Richmond Babbitt: rector at
I in the
a new departue special
: But time is not all that is lost. Those E.BIGGS,
the! Church of the Epiphany. Brooklyn For Sale by
i edition idea. There wont be a dead T. _____
I years of suffering steal the bloom from answered John Temple Graves, of ATTORXEY-AT.LAW.
line or a dull line in it and it will be Georgia in an elaborate address: todayat
the cheeks, the brightness from the (Office in Gary.Agnew Block.)
business from start to h'cish. The tie Chautauqua assembly on lynch OCALA, i F.ORIDA.
eyes, the fairness from the form. They ings and mobs from an American STRAUSS & CO.
facts and the figures to be shown will
r write their record in many a crease standpoint Dr. Babbitt's address was 11 D. FULLER ,

surprise even the moot progressive and wrinkle. What boon then to chiefly on mobs. He contrasted tee :DKNTIST.

I Floridian. It is strange but true, view of lynchmgs Justified by Mr.
woman is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre Over Munroe& Chambliss Bank Ocala, Fla.
I that the average Florida man today scription. It promotes perfect regu- Graves with what be cale\5! the "mere Wholesale Liquor Dealers
general: and the better view of th"African
I has but little conception of the larity, dries up debiliatiug drains, nation" and showed the J M. THOMPSON._

enormous strides his state has made heals: ulceration, cures female weak- prevalence and Increasing violence o( PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
and establishes the Office over Tea-pot Grocery Opp Montezuma. OCALA FLA.
ness, delicate
along indultriallinell in the past few mob spirit its tendency to l ha. OCALA. FLA. ,
i womanly organs in vigorous and the color line
: years."-Times.Union. : an-d to lynch for mine

permanent health. Xo other medicine offenses: ; than rape and murder. II.' J K. CHASE un _. ___. .

Turpentine Men in Session. can do for woman what is done dwelt: upon the phycology of the mo' DENTIST,

by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.A and gave the Wilmington lynching o1: i :
The Ocala 'Association!: of J'Vb D A\VOiDM 1e1s -
------ the negro White as typical and <* --- :, t. )

Naval Stores Operators: met in Ocala Will Contest. flounced the officials who refused to CARLOS L. SISTRCNK,

:. yesterday and the upward tendencyin Hon. John 0. Long, American consul protect any prisoner of any color or ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Dprss '.tIf

the price of added the to Cairo, Egypt, who died from for any crime. lIe paid a glowln? I 't. .
: spirits to Room 4, Masonic Building Ocala. !-'a 5 281 ,
tribute to order and law, as representedby ... I
cheerful loOks and broad smiles of an accidental fall in Duubar, Scotland Ii 4as IfC1uept! headaches a 'bad l'1aSO or maps "lAck t \
Governor '
Durbin and Governor uaht to i }J
i Il iPpetlte. ; sierp a 'it, a C r' 1.;;
those in attendance. while on his! return to the United Yates, of Indiana and Illinois, respee' i i,not neeusar4BOJMI due ft tJ j IL&-.. a ",

While nothing/ was said on the u b.jt'ct States, was a nnii of considerable tlvcly, antf, upheld President Roosevelt :r It's the Liver. '
in his recent letter on lynching.
it was clearly observable that an wealth.
"Lynchers" the speaker declared Don't fan to get today et .
invention to expedite the clipping of He owned n ry valuable propertyin ; ",,'up plain, brutal, savage murderss; : l i t your drafts a taUa cf

coupons would find favor with the Augustine and WashingtonCity. should be treated as such by the au, et HERBXNEdi

fortunate members of the sub-associa thorities and by all worthy to bear thf
name of American citizens.
tion. The ilrceaed had several brother It qUIckly and the
to their
I\rc morality less prejudice feel liko estife organs normal LLncU,ih 1t1.Y
The meiubrH will attend the Jacksonville one of whom !lives in this! county, stricter law quickly applied, fair playto 110 new woman after taking; iteit.t: l_....

meeting September 10th, in a and a sister, who lives in St. Augus- negro and white and beth the race 50 Cents. ALL DRUGGISTS.J. .

body. question and the mob problem will assume
i ;
tine.Mr. less dangerous: dimensions,'
j There will not be another meetingin Long aaopted the Ftickney said Dr. Babbitt in conclusion. n'n

Ocala until the middle October. children and lavished upon them his A. PITTMAN c f 'II.n
wealth and gave no financial help to CORBETT-JEFFRIES FIGHT

Gun Shoot Practice. his own kith and kin notwithstanding ROLLS FKOM Only the best

The Ocala Gun Club had a practice Bettirg' Is In Favor cf Jeffries-Cor- OUR OVEN material goes PITTMAN & SON'SFURNITURE
the fact of their
extreme: poverty.Mr. into the oven and
shoot at the new grounds in the enclosure bett In Fine Trim.
Percy Stickuey cairns to have San Francisco, August 13.-Betting only.
of the Race: Course As"oeia-
the will of the: deceased consul and comixes Iglht; on the CorbettJeffriesfight BEST BREADrolls

tion yesterday afternoon and madean ha and up to :Se time the pools clos
gone Washington to have it
excellent score as the following ed last night net more than $3.000 had : out. It is delightfully crisp and

result will sho*, viz: probated.The been wagered in this city. The bulk whole-orne.; A few slices!: buttered i? a

brothers and sister i are anxious of this money went in at :2! to 1 with meal in itself and almost as nutritiousas
J. Camp, 6i C. Camp 45 L.
; ; Jeffries the favorite. It is believed: meat.
to have the will read and
probated in
Haley; -12; Geo. )[cl.l1)1:=: ; H. A. that the Corbett end will! sell today at Orders for Bread etc., can* be more

Ford, 42:: ; W. H. Clark, 3S; L. Lang, Augustine, but whether probatedin 10 tot, and that a large amount of satisfactorily tilled by

Washington City or St. Augustineit money will be bet. ANNOUNCEMENT !
3S; S. A. Standley: 37; J. F. Edwards,
will be contested. Jeffries and his retinue have left 17BMERY v
35; J. W. Crosby: :::!i. Habin Springs and taken up quartersat

The general public is in sympathywith Oakland where he will remaln'untf! .
Fifty; targets were shot at. -- --- -- -- -
the sister and brothers.From the day of the fight Corbett
Ocola is putting herself in line to enter Having purchased the entire stock of tb- Rn'udwa*' F urtutiw.
tamed number of his visitors .
win the state championship.For
z A Big Chance for Senator Brown. of his tactics and an exhibition THOMASYILLE, GA. of Marion and adjoining counties tht' largest; and un'"t nil'lt',1 l *

the Ladies. Our dispatches today announce of his athletic course of training. He of Furniture ever seen here. On quite a number of! art h-le* tilt

We are requested to announce that has 1 een examined by the physician of We need more young men to up- which we now have an over-supply we can give lower )lrtw' t.....

every Tuesday night the bowling alley that there is a grave crisis in Mace the Yosemite club and pronounced In ply the demands made upon us for the same goods have ever been sold for in Oeala. If y''" .Kneed *

l will be donia. Here is Mr. Brown's oppor perfect condition, and fit to make thebat'te competent bookkeepers: and of anything in this line v(.ti 11 do well to conic and *.'t' UIt,
set: apart especially for the If will
tunity. He can get board a ship and :! of his life. stenographers. you enter
ladle,. Good order will be observedand The demand for for our school within the next 611>
despite those terrible ''sea dragon the fight
everything/ be done to makeit 1 the greatest ever known here, and days and pursue one or more of
a delightful rendezvous. "furious winds" and "lashing waves," the hall! which will hold 10.000 per. our prescribed courses and tuccesfull PARLOR R BED R ROOM !AND D DINING R ROOM mn

take ,
-.---__ his "phalanxes" along with him son; will not be able to accommodate : ;y complete ame we will

You know what you are taking. and gain immortal fame.Critically the crowd which is anxious to witness place you in a position. The AT SUMMER PRICES -

the contest Both men are confident above offer is
: open only to persons
you take Grove's Tasteless &J_ ..,.,. .,_.
Chill Tonic because III. .w. of good character and correct ...
the formula is "We can supply with .*, lo U..
We habits. you a Water I'ooler at : crnt
regret learn that Mrs. C. E. to see us at
plainly printed ou bottle .
every showing and they're worth twice the money. In fact wean Nan !yell
that it is simply Iron and Quininein Nix, nee Tydings, of Leesburg: is A colored woman has just died in once, or for full information ad- money on Furniture of all kinds. Let us quote you 1"14...

a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay seriously sick at her mother's residence
: Gainesville at the advanced of
age dressG.
Price 50

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Remaining Cays of Session Will Be
ITS SITTINGS Busy Ones. Come to Our Store
) i TERRELL Atlanta August 11. The three remaining

_*. k days of the legislative session

Differences Between Alabama Constantinople Excited Over Roos3veh's Letter to DUl bin will no doubt be hard working days For Shoes,
-- the main matters of interest being the

Miners and Operators. Affair at Monastir. Is Indorsed. settlement of the convict question and

TALK the report of the lobby Investigation We have the best line of Cheap and Medium
CONVENTION Grade Shoes handled in Ocala, and we guar
house has passed the last bill
General Belief Is That the Incident antee every pair solid leather. .
originating in that that
body can go
Questions Are To Be Arbitrated, Executive Gives Statement to
Many Will! Aggravate Already Serious Sit. through the senate the present session, Your money back on any purchase if you '
principally Those of Wages, Eight- Associated Press that Punishments
uation In Macedonia and Will En and it has now only to deal with senate want itCHAMBERS. . .
Hour Days and Semi-Monthly PayDays Should Not Ee Delayed by Technicalities bills, measures from the upper house

Session May Last Week.s. courage Bulgarian Revolution. Re-cent Lynchings in North which have been piling up and to SHOE CO
which, up to the present time the ,
Birmingham. Ala.. August 11. lie: Constantinople August 11.-The Atlanta. August 11.-Governor Ter house has given little attention. It
murder of the Russian consul M. Hostkcvskl rell indorsed the contents ol 2nd door from corner Opera House Block, Ocala, Fla.
selected today
board of arbitration recently is usually the way that action on sen-
U madder: and adjust the differences at Monatir; has caused Intense President Roosevelt's: leter to GOT- ate bills is postponed until the last

existing! bvtween the coal miners and: excitement here and is the sole topicof ernor Durbin;of Indiana, in regard to minute particularly! if the house has _
conversation;. in the streets cafes the recent action taken by Governor -
ca oj ratora of Alabama, began its a full calendar and this year there
sittings here today. And public re&orta. Durbln to prevent mob law in that have been more bills than have ever -

The convention met in the council The general belief la that the'lnci.dent state. appeared before within the recollectionof

etsmtbr of the city hall at 10 o'clock Is bound to considerably aggravate Coincidentally with his indorsement any one of j.hose connected with

Jorge George Gray of Delaware, pre- the already serious situation In Governor Terrell stated that speedy former legislatures. The result Is
lUitg.: The board consists of Colonel Macedonia and it la tea that It will trills should be granted to all of senate bills have bad to wait and

H. H. Pearson of Birmingham, president undoubtedly encourage the Bulgarians fenders and that the punishment there has been no little complaintfrom
Of the Central Coal company and to support: tte insurrectionary movement etjoulj cot be delayed by technicalities. members of the upper house on

Cbsrta McOreery of Birmingham which Is spreading rapidly notably this ground. But they "will go through

let president of the Tennessee Coal to the southward of Monastir. Governor Terrell gave the following with:\ a rush during the next three days, .'

.".J Iron| and Railway.company, for the op- According to mall advices from lion signed statement to the Associated since there Is nothing now to interfere
r. orators; William R. Falrley. of Pratt astir dated Aug. 5, the insurgents who Press this morning: with them.
recently occupied! the IWO[ town of "I think President Roosevelt is on
City, member of the national executive Among the senate measures are several
board of the United Mine Workers of Kruahevo: 23 miles north. of Monastir, the tight Kae, and I am In hearty accord Important constitutional amend.

I America. and T. L. Lewis, of Indianapslu numbered 11th). They killed the garni- \vIU the view he expresses. Tltf ments which. If they are to be sub-
I ; vice president or tae united MineWorkers ton consisting of 52 soldiers, dynamited majesty of the law should be upheld mitted to the people at the next election
I of America, for the miners aaj burned the government buildIngs but at the same time there should bt must be passed at this session in

led Judge George Gray of Wilming and then hoisted on a hill over a prompt: and speedy trial of the of. order to be advertised the requisite

pox. Del., as umpire and president of looking the town a red flag bearing fenders in a case of that crime which I time. One of these is the bill limit-

the board. en one side a lion with the Inscription most frequently excites the angers of lug the tax rate to 5 mills which will

G The last contract between the min "Death! or liberty" and on the other mobs and leads to lynchings, and the probably be considered as a special! .

t CT ud operators of Alabama expired side the words "Courage Brethren." punishment should not be delayed by order today. Both bodies originally! !

oa Jalj L Repeated conferences Just The rebels were still in possession of tectulk Htes. passed a bill of this Kind by Mr. 'h g-
r before that tate failed to effect an the town when the letters were sent "Wo have BO amended our criminal ner, of Musoogee, but It was returnedby

i- agreement on a new contract, and accordingly off. Practically the whole country taws in Georgia as to have speedy trials the governor for the correction of

on July 1, work was suspended north of ilonastir is in revolt by authorizing our judges to order what was considered an error.Ir..

at the mines. The miners had The Turkish official report states I a spt-dal term of the court to try Tisner did not consider there was any
nude a demand for an Increase of 5 that fresh bands of revolutionaries in i criminals. error in his bill but in the interestsof TROPICAL PINEAPPLE TAR AND WINEis

trots per ton In wages eight hours to considerable numbers have crossed the "No law however strictly enforced, time welcomed the passage of the backed by more than a Million Dollars of Florida
COUIt; ute a day's work and semi- frontier from Bulgaria luring the last w III absolutely: stop lynchings for rape i senate bill in order that legislation

BiBL Jiy! pay days. The operators de. few days. The local Bulgarian officials but speedy trials tend to lessen the I might be had on this subject at the capital.

caned: to grant these demands but of. however, deny this and declare number and practically serve as a preventive present session. It is quite certain It cures Indigestion and Stomach Disorders.It j
feted to In'reMeag s 2H coats pr that the strictest watch is being kept of lynching and for other cf the house will amend the bill so as to
ton ud to grant none of the other deEicds. along the frontier. fences. limit the tax rate to 5 mills for all is a pleasant Tonic; gives appetite and strengthens .

t The diners refused this of- "It is interesting in this connectionto purposes including the sinking fund, the system.If .
fer. Tare weeks ago another con. St. Petersburg August 11.-Tne assassination note that the numerous lynching which is not included in that amountin
fertcce was held and all propositions of the Russian ccnsul at in the north and northwest of lata the senate bill. I your druggist:: does not handle it, write to the '.

were withdrawn and it was agreed to Monastir.: Rostkovski. the second have b.-j-jght forth such an expressionfrom Another important constitutional l I manufacturers. Cure or no pay.
submit! the differences to arbitration murder of a Russian consular officialIn the president, while! the number amendment bill, which has passed tha

with the result that the board, named Macedonia, within! a few months, of them in tie south has been so few senate. Is that prodding for a courtof TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO, J

short was selected., One of the first has created intense indignation here. within tie same: period as to attract appeals consisting of five Judges. Jacksonville Florida.

duties of the arbiters will be to decide In reporting the occurrence to the foreign little or no attention. Another interesting senate bill Is A

exactly what Is to be arbitrated. office the Russian ambassador at I that Increasing the salaries cf judgesof [XoiE:-Tropical Pine-Apple, Tar and Wine is 1 '
All agree that the wage question, Constantinople telegraphed Aug. 8: CASINO IS DESTROYED.Fire the supreme court to $4,000, and of I
made from the of the Florida Pineapple Pine i
"The Russian consulate at Monastir of the juice
,U.hour days and serai-monthly paydays judges superior court to $3,000 a '
are to be arbitrated but there has fallen the victim of an atrocious at Trouvilis, France, Wipes Out year. This measure has received a tar and Grape Wine, and is asbolutely pure and a

Is tome differences of opinion amcng crima The grand visier and the Gambling Resort. favorable report from the general judiciary true tonic.-ED.] 1
tie IrteretteJ parties as to whetheror Turkish foreign minister have come tome New York, August 11.-The Casinowas committee: cf the house and

tot other questions beyond these with expressions of regret in the completely destroyed by fire on there is strong probability of its pass9 -

ttafl com within the jurisdiction of name of the sultan. Ferid Pasha, the Sunday, says a Herald dispatch from !'

the toard. The board will hold two grand visier, informal me that the as- Trwivil'.e: France TRIED TO WIPE CUT FAMILY.In .

KHlocs dally one of two hours in sassIn was a gendarme named Halim The Deauville races had Just ended
ti. morning and another of three And that he will be subjected to the when a thick cloud of smoke was seen Drunken Frenzy Memphis Man Cre j

hours In the afternoon. The cessions severest punishment, and the vali of in the vicinity flf the Hotel de Paris.A ates Reign of Terror.

are open to the public. Work at the Monastir will be removed from his report spread rapidly that the Casino Memphis Tenn., AugustlO.-While in

does:; which was resumed a week post. was on fire. a drunken frenzy Wallace Eddleman,

ate will continue both see having In reply to Count Lamsdorf the for A tremendous crowd began to travel a dealer: in safes, attempted to wipe

agreed to abide by the decision of the eign minister telegraphed to the ambassador at once tot-ard the beach where out his family. They were trying to
arbitrator and the miners now at Aug. 9": the flames already: were pouring from prevent ,him returning to the city for

york are to be paid according to the "His majesty has received a tele the building. A few minutes before more liquor when he whipped out a

Kale fixed by the arbitrators which. tram to the emperor his majesty gave the fire was
hoover, U to be retractive to that ex orders that you should confine' yourself had assembled in the main room and deadly deliberation.His .
teat to receiving explanations from the gambling was about to begin. Cards father J. H. Eddleman, president -

A large number of witnesses are to grand visier. but should make the had hardly been dealt when a cry of o[ the Eddleman Realty company -

bt examined and the sessions of the most energetic demands on the Turkish fire was raised. The fire began la had his throat cut and there Is

board are expected to last about three government for full satisfaction, the ceiling of the gambling rocm and serious doubt of his recovery. His!
stets. and immediate and exemplary punish. wa (caused ft is believed by a short mother was next attacked her thumb

ment both of the murderer and of all circuit of electric wtrtIn a few being split) open, and young Eddleaian .
8ECOND PRIMARY NECESSARY the military and civil officials or. minutes the whole of the right wing then slashed his wife on the arm. '

whom responsibility for the atrocious of the building was in flames. Among Sobered. to some extent, by the flow

Domination For Governor of Mississippi : crime may fall." the fire fighters was Baron Henri de of blood and screams of agony Eddie- -'t

StiH[ In Doubt Accordng to the report made by the Rothschild.The man hastened to a telephone: and rant

Jackson Hiss, August 11.-Returns official now in charge of the Russian building was insured, but the up ph)slcius.
from proprietors had gone to great expenseto -.---.-- -
over the slue from Thursday's consulate at Monastir the murdererIs .
primary have been slow in coming a gendarme. The consul asked his redecorate the rooms. The theater Cotton Mill Breaks Its Record.

la, but &H counties! with the exception name, because in defiance of instructions and concert hall are not dam Columbus, Ga., August 11.-During

of tore, have reported and the re- the gendarme did not salute him. aged. .._ the week just passed the Girard cotton -
'alts show that a second primary win The gendarme thereupon fired several ----- : mill broke all records at that
to necessary to decide the nomination shots mortally wounding the consulIn i plant by turning out 1,114 pietas of t

ta governor of Mississippi. The the head and hip. The horse draw. goods on 220 4-box looms. Duringthe i
Woman Beheaded Her
Negro Daughters
flee win be run between Vardaman Ing the carriage in which the consul and Burned Them. previous week the production was J. F. EDWARDS'BIG

and Crltz Vardamani) receiving 119 vas riding received two bullets and Columbia S. C., August 11.-LizzieAlken. 1,501 pieces of clout ''t'"AichI K-
electoral! votes, Critz 117 and Noel 24; shots were also fired at the coachman. 40 self recurd-.breakins.[
woman old
a negro years WHISKEY HOUSE
Ut electoral rotes for
are necessary was committed to jail for beheading ,,
Domination. Said to Have Abused Gendarme.
her two daughters. The crime was
Carter Is nominated lieutenant govfwr Belgrade, Aug. 11.-According to
committed in Colleton county. The Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.
Henry auditor, and Brown, latest reports received here regarding heads were severed with an ax, then McIVER and MACKA --- -- o
clerk l of the the Russian consul at m
supreme court the murder of
ehe threw them into a fire. The ohil- = -
TU race between Miller and Sharp Monaetir, M. Ros'tkovski abused the dred were 3 and 5 years old. -- .?.5 ''
for treasurer is so I'cse that an of- Turkish gendarme who was doing gentry When first arrested the woman ad y:: I .,* 4

>: Ira count will have to decide. duty for not saluting him and callIng mitted the crime saying she got a -- I

Tie second primary will be hell him a "pig of a Turk." Then he message from God, through a dog that c. .#..'. c EcgtIS 5

oo the 27th. Already the Vardaman struck the sentry with his whip say. she must sacrifice her children to save .c.._= .
appontrs, have begun to fight for Ing: *
the world. She has been attending .. r.. :
their man and the Critz managers are "Next time perhaps you will knowme. ) revivals recently. FUNERALDIRECTORS. --_ oil- .....
"aaj! up their forces for the second ." -. -.--- 4v ";- 2.z= .

contest The gendarme thereupon fired on WHIPPING OF MISS DeCRIS. i, co a' ,. "' _- ,:.
the consul.It -- 11 = =- -
rUliNG FROM R E P RTERSo is stated that M. Rostkovski was Governor Terrell Will Have Chastisement x:-n :!! ....:.

hated by the Turks on account of xhla Investigated. .; -
Lessor Langley Would Conduct Air- Intense arrogance. Atlanta August 11.-In the case of -1- =: T

f hip Experiments Secretly. Miss Mamie DeCris known as the = 4 I
r QjJcqo, .\."Kust 11-A dispatch tot "Diamond Queen" who is now servinga Oo v .'.
The Customs House Dynamited. Hare a lull itoci: of Coffini! ,Casieu, and Sari
Tribune from Washington, D. C. term for theft at the prison farm Belts o every desartpuon. pec'si' sttentlcrobnrtslieificei. : FAXOl'S .AXIIELSER Kt'SCH BEER I I '
t Ore: Vienna' August .According to a near Milledgeville and who was whipped : --- ..
t Driven from his quarters at the i dispatch from Salonica the Insurgents severely last June for insubordination FINE WINES.< WBI6KIE8 and BRANDIES.

. "MWlco club Va. by last evening blew up wth dynamitethe of Order. Bourbon at.. ____J1.75 3rykooGin at_. .- .._.. |l.*
Widewater the
at investigation to :
an circumstances M t2,ooRveor
- tit custom house at Zelbehlve, on the Embalming aeo. .. ._._.. ...... -. My ioo North Carolina Corn at.... ... ? Ut
criticisms of Truxtoa Bale! and leading up to the chastisement My .. .... .......... ..... 2.56 Sty 2.50 :: :: St't'etkwCorest..I.: _
; Cer frontier. There were no fatalities.Old 31y 3.00 :: ... ...... 3.0o 30ly ....
members be made.Gonrnor 3.00.
tiling ""
of the club and is to ? ..
'c My My 4.00 I 00 Gill at ............-. .. ............ .. 1.,5 31y 4.00 u .. 340
UoM to what they (declared was Vesuvius Again Active. Terrell and the prison .. .;:--.- --'."--_ 2.00 Sty 4 00 New England Rum _?.e to
; f 1la ttttopoly of the club house. Pro- New York August 11.-Vesuvius has commission will probe tEe matter thor My The Jug-and( Keg Trade Made a Special Feature

".wr S. P. Langley of airship fame, had a recrudescence of activityi''says oughly. sending your orders always send enough to cover the cost oi j Uf". Uatf-sallos jags, I.ganon -
tae directed his chief assistant :Man. Herald dispatch from Naples. Tie The affair has elicited quite a sea Jerry Burnett jug,lsc;2-gatlon Jug.2sc;3-ga11on Jug,35Ci kegs,$1
b.m a I sell more whiskey and better whiskey than any house in FIorid.,becaus X fie lood,'*
charge of the flying machine ex- central crater hurled scoria to aa tin- sation. est&ooda and lull measure,
.r1l11ecta, and the force under bis usual. height accompanied: by loud A trialorder wiUcoonce YOI1'that"we are the people." Term atashwith the order.
Cmmand Pope Congratulates Abbe Perosl. Merchant yonrs.anxioustopleae. J. F. EDWARD
> to move to CIiftoa Beach 8 .
8I Rome August 11.Today being St.
Widewater. Professor
i Lawrence day the name day of Abb
l c y iope8 thereby to get. out of Circus Performer Dead. j
111 e Lorenzo Perosi, the director of the Sis- Tailoring.Ocala I
reach reporters and conduct New York. August 11.Eaton Stone WHITE'S ,CREAMVERMIFUGE
Ik tine choir and a close friend and
i experiments in absolute secrecy. well known in his time as a circus per !,
tege of Pius X, the pope sent him his WORMS J
fy new headquarters are 8 miles fromeletra.ph former Is dead at his home In Nutley.
a personal greetings, accompanied by am BarlaQa.ln/.
Florida. 11 III Q1WItity. -
r Stone is said
, station. The newspaper. N. J.. at the age of 86. .
.i i i meg are miles from telegraph sta- been the first man to turn a autograph note congratulating him on Finest Imported and Remediese {
a to have Has Led all Worm
, 1' but the Wide- galloping horsHe the :aiusic; given by the Sistine choir Domestic Cloths. For, 20 Years
at a
t men somersault on
newspaper during yesterday's coronation ceremony so ia;33 sv 8LL :DJa.VGGlsors.: : :
;! ,, r have Prepared to follow him ton Retired fro;; the ring about M) years most of wh "Hvas composed by Cutting a SpecialtyFits Prepared by- -.+v JAMES F. ALLARD, St. uIs
\ Beach and continue their viOYir ago. Guaranteed. -
the abbe.
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NEGROASSAIUNT ARE GROWING/ WORSE OF POPE PIUS X Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.Seven Q ('J{ 01\ every

a Million boles sold fa past 12 months. This SIgnature"cP V1 't 1 hol.2.5C.

.: Great Excitement In Town Measures Be Taken to Sup- From Five Hundred ChurchesIn

Eternal City. .
of Hillsboro.A press Revolution. --


, All the Churches Contemporaneously
Mob Stormed Jail But Thdr WouldBe It Is Said That Albanian Troops Will
; Celebrated Masses For the Event. Grove's Chronic Chill Cure
. Viitim Had Been Spirited Away Be cnrployed and Massacres Will
Ceremony Ordered by Cardinal Re*

I; Will Renew Efforts When Negro Is Likely Follow-Menacing Attitude piggi. Vicar of Rome. Not a patent medicine: a thin spirituous liquid of a pleasant bitter taste made of

! Located. of Khurds In Armenia.Constantinople Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
Rome August 7.-During morning
: HiIlsb ro, O. August 10.-There is August Consular there seemed to be nothing but vibrating \ Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK

; ;great excitement! here because of tht Idv1ces which were received: here yes- fOunds, eo penetrating with the j I Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA

attempt at 2 o'clock this morning today from Monastlr indicated that bells of about 600 clmrcn. whirr; I

[ by a mob to secure and hang the neSTQ. the situation in Macedonia was constantly all ring!n together absorbed all other I It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.

i! Maywtrd Hudson who. on Thursday growing worse. At a meetingof noises. The ringing was in honor ,
TSe Best General Tonic. No Cure No Pay. Price SOc.
; night, U is charged attempted toi the iflwlstars it bas been decided of the election of Plus X, a welcome ,

i assault Penelope Hiiwimaa, white, therefore, to adopt masurca of extreme unique! of Its kind and ordered by Cardinal -

: aged 12 years severity in order to suppress the rev Rcspigi. vicar of Rome, who issued -

The mob was well organized and the olution. It Is reported that Albanian special Instructions therefor All

uthoritii were powerless. Wesley troops will be employed in which event the chu.-chei contemporaneously cele- %#

limele a policeman was thrown down massacres are almost Inevitable trated maesee for the event, the Intoning

the high jail steps and badly bruised, The Bulgarian eJcorch. was! summoned of the Oremus combining with FERN HILL BYE.

while James White was covered at the to the Ylldis palace Wednesdayand CM harmony. The bells involuntarily -

game time by a dozen guns. urgftl to make a final appeal to served another purpose-max 01

Entt'S.not''as effected to the jail his floes: to deliver up their arms and ringing in the great ceremony

but the negro could not be found as thereby prevent bloodshed of the reception of the diplomatic TIIAT GOOD \VIIISKHY.

be had been taken away a short time The menacing attitude of the Kurdsin body accredited to the holy sea

before by Sheriff Elton. No evidenceof Armenia lg causing Increased alarmat Home has lately been surfeited with

the mob no wexlsts but they are Erzeroum Bltlls and Kharput. It Tfctlcaa functions but that of tMi H. ROSENTHAL & SONS. Distillers, Cincinnati 0.

under orders and will renew the work asserted In some Quarters that tie doming: vas; so staking that..It held

AS soon as the negro can be located. authorities are secretly arming the
STRAUSS & CO. Distributors Ocala
More than 100 persons were engaged Kurds, while endeavoring to convictthe fH.

all white andin view of the Armenians of revolutionary Intentions. '

trouble that occurred a few eveningsago ----
between the whites and blacks, it

is feared that a race war is imminent REDS AND BLACKS FIGHT. ---- -
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and 1 -- .,.' !ruii
Carried to ChllHcothe.Chllllcothe / Croatan lna> Negroes Have a ;

0.. August 10.-The Mix In North Carolina! I

this sheriff morcins of Highland: from county nillsboro arrived with here a I Raleigh N. C. .August ?.-A fightbetween ,1t Remember i:. ii+ 3LLI15( : c COLLED1STH : : :

Croatan Indians and I :,
colored prisoner Maynard Hudson, I negroes i _____ i
took place on the line of the new railway I -- --- .I Id II 11/21 0FE&f: OCTOKK I, I SG.j .
Sod 18, charged with assaulting a I -- j
white girl aged 12. He will beheld In Rcfceson county. Six or seven I j J I
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here for Eafe-keeping as a mob threat. were wounded, acme badly. There VUE CAN sell you the -= '"

is fear of a continuation of the trou I '
ens lynching at Hillsboro 40 mOes ;
i smallest article or a .Announcement :
from here, ble.A I
J whiaky distiller named Sorrell, I '::1 ; !
i carload of anything pertaining I The following departments are open for rntrwirCllee. *'-
In Harnett county has been arrested I

BOATS COLLIDE IN HELL GATE. for open violation of the Watts liquorreRnlatioft I ,I to Hardware, Iron ;', ,i I noUiti nolbs: Aae:1. StittM Xwii MM.Ssllhs .

law. This is the first arrest II .,; I.sitm): Shl, EcllhsEollhs S't.sl ed I 11111.
Pleasure Party Has Narrow Escape
yet made by the state. I Pipe, Nails, Powder, Dynamite ;, 1 Schccl ei Fine Arts Hell::: S::::l e! Its** >ttiiiilili Am
From Death. POPE!: rna x. I

New York August 10.-to the swift I United States District Attorney A. 1U Own Tvitn tae oraers. I Lime, Cement, Stoves.TWENTYFIVECAR. ':. Ii, ,-_--,
E. Uoltoa has sued Glenn Williams, i
The members of the sacred college
current of Hell Gate collision has '
a I ..
The trustees .
announce as president of tbtcolhgt *O.SCCeSd *"''- < < t.I *
the teaug whisky distiller in the gathered before the hour set for the i
occurred between the schooner yacht D. D.resigned Rev William Fret-mont Blacks: *, PM.IL..tith, 4 The *.t p,
Cele&t and the excursion boat Howard state, fur JIO.W'O damages for horce- ceremony and held a kind of informal reception I : ;j:!: I ill Hawaii"and Professor of Sociology in Vale C.i eidly tomm is It., +. s n'. i."

Carroll, which came near costing the whipping Holton. at Winston several the conclave, short as it 'Was'l LOADS IN OUR :!' !I of twenty professors and instructors. All inqoMtt., .. 4i---< ftutk ,.... In\
months The suit is in ,
ago. brought having them
cordially !
lives of Isadore Beaudrias, city -' :....
ney of Yonkers, his family and a.ttor'l Yadkin county, of which Holton is a er A procession was then formed. [I WAREHOUSES I,, -

ty of friends. I natlva First came the Swiss guards, which I C :. : W. F. BLlCKfMN fIU .s. WINTER A' 'I It .
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The early corn has been considerably gives a peculiar medteaval splendor to ," '.
When the collision occurred Mrs. ,
injure by drought especially on all papal gatherings, then the Palatine ., i-J
Beaudrlae rushed from the cabin with -
I =
candy load but late corn is vigorous guard, followed in irregular ranks by
her two and a half years old baby, very I BAIRD H HARDWARE!R[ [CO.I 0.
and throw her Into the arms of a deckhand and promising. Cotton is fruit the whole pontifical court In Its col. I ,
ing well ted is full of blooms. The ored costumes the cardinals In all the
of the excursion bot, the
I outlook for this crop is fair, though gorgeousness of their scarlet robes, ,I I Gainesville, Florida.
mother and other members of the I>
the pUnte ore small In the western ar family In a state of frantic fear. Both
of the ing in theIr purple, the in
part state tobacco Is unusually pope spotless
boats were badly injured. The partyon I fine. The curing of leaf is white his gray hair in harmonywith On Bearing Trees Use
the Celeste were taken on board I
now In progress over much of the his whole attire, and surrounded
e launch after the collision and early by the noble guard who always -:;... I
rtate. The quality is quite good .remain
today recovered the baby at a police I .. I
but the crop will not 00 aa heavy as near ms person, went on root FRUIT
station unhurt In New York. The child was I that of last rear.CHARTERED. I 'tISt at the others. The procession 4 I "' r I PERUVIAN AND MANURE

having gained the hall of the throne, ';\>> I VINE:
I where the members of
SPECIAL TRAIN. the diplomatic

MAIL CARRIER HELD UP. bouy' were gathered nord'Antas. the ( e to "I A High Grade. Natural) Guam* K"nmila Kniii \ I \

father Sped Across Continent To Portuguese: ambassador and dean of 6Q j {

Negro Makes Assault Upon Lonely Reach Dying Child's Beside. I' the corps, r ain: a clear voice the I ESC Forms Sulpluirir) .\ .'i.I|
Road In Tennessee.
Los Angeles, Cal., August 7.-Alary collective greeting .of his colleagues,1
Nashville, Tenn., August 10.-A I
special I prsentin their homage '
to the
<. Lowe th new $4
15-year-old of
from Leadsburg to the Banner Henry, Lo\ve. chief of the daughter engineering ] pope and assuring him of their fidelity ] -'I ,., ;S Send for our new LI\lk.--
Bays a rural route carrier was held Pius X answered with \ ,
dopartmnt of the United States Steel i great cordiality :: o'
up yesterday by a negro. thanking them neartlly for I ;l/ I Ideal Fertilizers" and "Florida! aragtr'WILSON
The carrier is white corporation' who is speeding across the I Qt ,: ,\ "<<
a !
young man their wishes. All then kissed his! jW;; .
ontlnen: on a special train diod at L"yob !
named Melvin Wheatley who reports i bawl and the pontiff being credited
that the negro sprang from the woods: a hotel here last night I with taking small interest !in affairs I !/"il;' t'J I & TOOMEU FERTILIZER COMPNY
Mr. Lowe started from New York 9OJJ
and cut him In the hand as he attempted 03 outside of Italy, it was another surprise --wi1ffiii I

to ward off the blow. Wheat the Twentieth Century Limited en the' to them to hear him speak I ;;:;;:;.:;:.k/ I JU'lO"II.U:. I.OKIDt..

ley had :younger brother with him Lake Short road Tuesday afternoon, French if not fluently, at least with a I I I
and, In the hope of reaching Los Angeles .i/\I\ i
went for his knife and I certain reaiiness.
who the
; negro white Altogether, the ..., ...,.... I OCALA SEED STORE AGENTS.
his daughter "! \ .
was yet alivechartered ,.. T
supposing he was reaching; for a whole audience gave promise of a new I '- ]f'
fled. The negro was PistOJ'1 a special train from Chicago era of iiuernational cordiality at the i.-;;..j'\l-\,;..s r'L': __\.'.i, ''I iI I -- -

the case has been reported to the on the Santa Fe road at an expense \aiican. r'..":..-

postal department and will be investdrated. I of nearly |4,0(>0. When death I JA:;.. I.n.H.J.Prl'lhll i 1,11'\\I r\l i .'
came to the chill )Ir. Lowe was pass POPE'S CORONATION. ,

I ing through western Kansas. Mr.I, CH1S E. BLUM & COMPANY i!
HIRED MAN TO DO FIGHTING. Lowe's special was scheduled to bre Will Be Performed According to Ancient The First National BankOF

all records of fast runs to the coast. Rites at St. Peters. I

Reuben Earbee, of Durham, N. C., I Rome, August 7.-The coronation '517 and 519V.. Bay; St. I

Charged with Conspiracy. SON'S HEROIC DEED. I ceremonies will be performed at St I GAINESVILLE
Raleigh X. C., August 10.-Reuben
j i Peters on Sunday according to a rite
Barbee, white man, has been arrested Rescued Mother From Grave !
a Watery dating from the latter part of theifourj Jacksonville, fla i
The Chartered Bank .
Only in Alachua CO..t
.. at Durham for conspiracy, his cf- But Is Drowned. j teenth century. As tIle pope enters i
fense being the hiring of Frank Howard New "iork, August 7.-Alter rescu the church a clerk of the papal chapel I I!,

to whip a Russian Jew, named F. ing his mother from drowning in the holds .p before him a reed surmounted I ,

Prusc :u1skin. surf at Coney Island. Frank Masters I by l handful of flax. This I Surplus anti Undivided Profits. . . . . .

It is charged that Barbee offered an expert swimmer from Brooklyn has j II i Ir l light: +; it flashes up for a moment .)exclusively a banking buins, with facilUtntqiHd 'U all>' 1.01" '' +lb*

any one $10 to whIp the Jew against lost his lifts in the undertow. There i I I I and then dies! out at once as the char; I j a tate. Solids the accounts of Farmer, MerrfouiU, <'uq.| f. < .

whom n 3 had a grudge, and that Howard was a heavy sea breaking on the beach I lain charts: : "Pater sancte sic tran ( t Etc. Interest allowed by*r>f>cial arrangHBtot. AliI.i .i- J'"

tool up the offer. He attacked when :Mrs Masters, a fairly good I: sit gloria mundt" (Holy father, thus traii"acted promptly.

the Jew on the street, knocking him swimmer, became exhausted and Frank I: passeth away the world's glory). This 1"-17 l H. F.. T v v. i I' ,'I.rf

r down and inflicting a bad wound on rushed to her rescue. I I is dona three times. The mass is !
the head. lIe claimed that the Jew He scam; with his mother to the : then begun as usual, but before tic i iincenso I II Seeds u_ __ ---:

had called him a liar, when the latter beach unc then entered the water I I : rf the altar, the "blessing of tn ,r r n. amrrvA

had never seen him befcre. Howard again. After a dive he failed to reappear the pontiff elect" is pronounced by 800 SGe.e..e..s......

is In jail and when Barbee refusedto and the frantic mother aided by three cardinal bishops, each of whom

take him out the whole plot was rev I the guards, found his body an tout I recites a prayer over him. After the I 141C eo l ,nq.l.r
alel collects come, the socalled laudes, that READ I Ig
later, r-Uf a mile away thrown bacfc! i I 0. M. FERRY & CO.,
is, the threefold supplication God! M.ch.
After Howard's arrest Barbee took upon the beach by the tide to : Oetro't
down the money, which he had put in for the welfare of the new pope. Thr

the hands of a third person, and this Pando Reassumes Presidency. coronation itself takes place after the The Florida Times-Union
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adds to tee Indignation of the friendsof New York, August 10.-General Pan- mass, in the balcony over the porticoof I

I howard.t :! I do has reassumed the presidency and St. Peters, overlooking the great
I has granted amnesty, says a Herald piazza.! The second cardinal deacon T. MURPHY 0 Io
FEARS FOREIGN AGGRESSION. j I dispatch from La Paz, Bolivia, to 11 takes off the mitre, which unlit now REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION RATE I

il i political prisoners except those connected the pope has worn ana then the senior Q DAILY AMI nt 11.Y .
l cardinal deacon (Macchi) places One Month po tagr'T aid } toO>
with the recent Oruro out- the
Brazil Admonished to Build Up Strong head Machine\ and Iro Wor s. G Three. Mouths, }>(nlfge paid .. i.jp .
Navy at Once. tweaks. tiara on his and all the peoplecry six :Months post epald..
I "Kyria eleison." < One Year postage paid
New York August 10.-While discus out I 6) .
.. The pope reckons Ins pontificate ITI4.ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY EDITION. $150 A VE
sing ndval estimates in the chamber '- -- i .
from nis coronation day, U >trmitfelk'Fdition SIX M'intha J .'
Lineman Falls His although, cl .
to Death.
i of deputies Thomas Cavaleante has, Iron. Hriuul H.'UII'a..f. I "tml.\\ttkly: : Kdtun uorti: i a
course, he is frj'.. the .
Atlanta August 10.--TCbile pope n day cf his
accordin to a Herald dispatch from tryingto jug'-: Machine and I'alteruShop I' -- --
f' Rio Jaaiero: repair: an electric light wire on the election .
warned the members of Mnriiu'nml ISail- ..
: -I;l "'Jtnmumcauonmd remittances the.:!! v a :\tr! : t .
1 the possibility of a foreign top of a pole at the corner of Peach ,. I ..
'' and pleaded that Brazil aggression should tree an I Baker streets yesterday afternoon Shortage Has Been Made Good. opair THE FLORIDA TIMES-UNION, JACKSONVILLE FLOR;CLISUBSCRIBE .
hew York, August 10. It la. state-
place heritlf In a position to about 5:30 o'clock, Thomas 610 to 617 E. Bay St Jacksonville
oppose Patrllo, lineman: for the Georgia that the shortage of 200,000 reportedto
the attacks of any European country. a Hailj
have teen discovered recently in
Particular stress was placed on way and Electric company fell and t't Ut yxr spate time
; the accounts of a former official of! at t Home of e\On"'S iettln aLtlter i i
killed. It
danger aggression! by Germany and I was instantly is believed Study elucain4
& Co.
which fell
the deputy be accidentally touched a live wireas Dunlap entirely Learn mote, and yna
urged Brazil
let Home Lewns
: up earn more With the Tat Study you
A navy; at once. thera were two burned places on upon the Dunlap private estate, hoc e or eri!!'ormtnt tn leiru Bookk ej4iig,APJth..erit.A1iehra.Ge .
his right Ie:. of faaj which been made the man was an executor, otu.cas Phy.ic. tmet.<>metry.Gramlllar Teichemaded. AUiress.;. hetodc to L pass I.U11BS., Lteraiuie enn.inarioa.f& ..History..&,tm.CjcuUnfew. r4. ...................0...... _

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1 discovering: party who had: attempted NOTICE. CHARTER OF THE CENTRAL

1.0..1' who, he was sure, from statements j Charleston S. C., Visited by Terrific Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec

'. made= was none other than Brown tion 8. of Chapter 4SS-S Laws of Florida. 6S s.

I G Allen the man connected with tha SWEEPS JAMAICA Electrical Storm. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LOUISA Treasury Department. Office of the Comptroller
Boiling purchaser of tax certificate iso.
Will Myers murder ca.Ee. who waa Charleston S. C., August 11.-This! 140 dated the i=t day of July A I). 1901 has of the Currency.

never discovered. city was visited last night by one of filed said for certificate in my office and made application Washington I). C., Jane 9, 19".J,
tax deed to issue In accordance
Bulgarians Are Joining Insurgent Damage To Plantations Will the severest electrical efcrms ever with law. Said certificate embraces the followIng IITHERRAS BY SATISFACTORY EVT

WILL HARRIS MAKE.s t3CA E:. een here. described property situated in Marionc '"I deuce presented to the underwgned it
fland.wEgEC3MPLLEDB Amount To Millions.TAKE : unty. Florida, towitCommencing at a point has been made to appear that
At Ten-Mile Hill J. B. Brlttenden /fo feet south and 327 feet west of northeast corner .. "
of southeast quarter section 2S. township 12. TIlt Central \ational jt of Otaia
-- Negro Convicted of Arson Gets Out ot and his wife were both killed by lightning range 21. thence south 360 feet west 363 feet. located in the city of Ocala. in the county(

> \ JHr.ZAVsConti.ius State Prison. YEARS TO REPAIR DAMAGE the house in which they lived north 360 feet. east 363 feet. Marion and sate of Florid his complied with
The said land being assessed at the date of all the proviMims ot the statutes of the (lml 4
Charlotte, N. C.. August 13.-W'1111 being o destroyed by fire. jsuanceof such certificate in the name of Slate required U becomphed with belore *n

Iniurgents to" Devastate tni Ha'rua Every eanana Plantation In the Eastern An unknown negro woman was killed Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed association shall be authonzed to commence the
negro the most dangerou3 DuMncssof
according to law tax deed .will issue Banking.

District of Koritza and Have CapUsr cnmmal Mockle-nburg county has everlmon. Half of the IsIarJ! Has Been Devastated in the streetA shereon the 21St day of August. A. D 1903 Now, therefore. I, William B. Ridgley Comptroller -
Witness my official signature and seal this the of the currency do hereby certify ttat
Is at large again. He has Done In particularly vivid flash of lightning 15th day of Ju'y! A. D.I903. "The Central National Bank" ol Ocala. locate tin
; Turkish -Great Damage I
ed Important Supplier a.ic escape from the state prison, whew struck the steeple of the historicSt. S. T. SI5TRUNK; the city of Ocala. in the county ol Marion an I
7 17 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. state of"Florida i isauthomcdto commence tM
provisions Military Preciiutl n6. he WES sent for a term of 30 years, Kingston: and Suburbs. Phillips church. ThIs is the only business of Banking as provided in section fifty

and is arouaji his old haunts rn this church In America used as a light one hundred and sixty nine of the Revised
August 13 One tun4eil I Kingston Jamaica: August 1L- NOTICE OF SCHOLARSHIP AT DEFU- Statutes of the United Mates
county. He appeared near Derita last house. In the steeple is a large beam In testimony whereof witness my hand and

t and fifty revolutionists were 1 k;'.; n1.'h: and shot Sam Howie, a negro (Delayed in transmission.)-Th hurricane con light which assists in making the NIAK SPRINGS. seal of office this ninth day of June 1901

i the fringe only of which struck [SEALVM] B. RIDG1t.619 .\.
id at Sorovltch Aug. 9. according; : tc Infecting a dangerous wound. range for the main channel of the Comptroller of the Currency.

1 Turkish reports. The same the western end of Jamaica yesterday ( N AUGUST uST AND 22D THERE WILL
official Sheriff Wallace is preparing to harbor. When the spire was struck
gIIn and which it was thought had passed '.1 be held ill myoffice in ocala a competive
which have been communicated -
dispatches pursuIt of the fugitive. a fire was started in it. either by the examination for the scholarship at DeK.miaV PETITION FOR SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL
the Russian and Austrian embassies instead "of proceeding to the northwest Springs. Flonda The beneficient will receive
to Numbers of fires In Mecklenburg lightning or the beacon; but the flames DISTRICT.
the Insurrectionarymovement veered to the south early this morning $100 a year :n eight cash payments for two
state that have been attributed to him and in ad- "'ere extinguished before much damage years

: 1 is increasing ciaily. Hilaii nltlon he has been guilty ot other and struck Jamaica with Its Tall was done. The handsome steeple The scholership is open to any one man or ll'E THE UNDERSIGNED CITIZEN3 AND
force Inflicting damage which it will woman in Marion county between the ages of 1 I taxpayers of the territory described below,
Pasha! inspector general of the gut rimes, the shooting of Squire John P. cf the church la not seriously Injured. eighteen and twenty-five of good moral char will on the
thai take years to repair. acter. W. D. Cam
tau I Macedonian reports Hunter berng one of them. of telegraphic During the progress of the stormtra11'1c 7-17 Supt. of Schools. Ftrtt Utiiulay in 5tp/ewJT<>3,
Cwicg to the interruption
men !In all the Bulgaria present to the Board of Public Instruction of
the ycung At the :May term of Mecklenburg euporlor In the streets was wholly suspendwl. -
fleeing to the mountains communication, it is impossible order ol the School board of Educationthe Marion county, Florida. this petition: asking
are By
villages court Harrta tried for burn. struck
waa of Two cars were and said Board of Public Instruction of Marion
as yet to estimate the amount examination for scholarship to DeFuniak
to join the insurgent bands. Mans Ins Squire John Graham Alexander's "burned out." Springs has been postponed from Aug 7 to Aug. county Florida, to call aa election for the pur.
wishto I the l<*ses. but they must reach mil pose of creating a special tax school district to
Bulgarian peasantry and .
22 22. W D. Cam.
.imoEg bam and assaulting Jim Crockett, anegro lions of dollars. A number of live wires resulted from be known as the Oak Hill Special Tax SChool
neutral but were compelled DIstrict. to include in said district the
remain with He following
a deadlyea.pon,
wag breaks in the trolley wires.In .
Every banana plantation In the east NOTICE TO iCREDITORS pnperty to-wit:
to help revolutionary
by threats promptly convicted and teotfnoed to I I at the of V
0 devas Lambell street the novel peo Commencing ne coiner sec t, twpij
era half of the island has been AND OTHERS.
hJ s. range 20 e, theuce south to corner
committees. the penitentiary to serve a tancs tated. The situation in the western tacle of a tree blazing: in the mIdst of sec 14 twp 13. r 20; thence w to the sw corner
Hllml Pasha, who has been : HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CRED-
Hussein cfZOyoars. NOTICE of sec 18, twp i:j. r 20 thence north
; range
the .
of storm was presented.A
half is unknown. ConstfJerable Injurywas distributees and all persons
appointed vail of Monastir, reports a demands of line to the nw corner o< sec 6. twp 13. r *>;
damn the
having or against estate
thence east along north line of to the
done to property in Kingston and twp 13 sw
spread of the Insurrectionary MINERS AND OPERATORS. CHARLES E ABSON deceased. that thy and
lleilar CASE. corner ol sec 33, twp 12. r 20, thence north along
tovement in the vilayet ol :5 lontc3, the suburbs. The roof of the electric each present of them.their claims are called against upon the and said required estate to to the west line of sec 33 to the sw cur ol nw" of

where, he says the committees! are rewired Arbitration to Adjust Existing Differences light works was blown off and the machinery .. I Goat Eats Revenue Stamps-Chemists I the undersigned as extCutorof the test will and nwJofsJ 1 12 33.,r t 2thenceetos 12. r 20; thence cor t to orne'tie
I disabled. Railroad traffic testament ot Charles E Abson deceased. within
massa.I was corofse3# oi nw 5ofsec. 1 ,
of 12 r 20
campaign ;
on the same In Alabama. Stomach. two years from this date as required by law, thenc
to Analyzi e to the n e cor of the n K of the De" t w
and the street
was: Interrupted cars otherwise the will be forever barred '
in the same
ere. incendiarism and pillage aa Birmingham, Ala. August 13.-fu Louisville Ky.. August 13.-A special EDW. HOLDER, li of sec 33. t 12, r 20; thence s to the twp

Tllayet: of Monastir. day's session of the board of arbitra were stopped. fall- from Memphis, Teun., says: Executor of last will and testament of Charles line twpsi2andz5top dividing 12 and 13 o.b.; thence easterly dividing
hou damaged by
Many os were deceased.
Telegrams: received this morning ConhJch Is to adjust the The stomach of a goat is to be anlyzed Ocala.E.Abson.Fla., July loth A.D. 1903. 7-I0-8t (Signed) H. \V. Nettle J. H. McEwen. B n.

frcm Monastir announce that the town differences between the Alabama I: jig trees. chemists in effort Boschellon, I>. Daut J. K Muson. M.J. Mix-
by export an son,
No loss of life is yet reported!.
is still occupied by the In-
of Krashevo miners and coal operators opened ta: account for the disappearance of a
thousand Turkish
lurgeLts. with a statement by thechair-- number of United States revenue
troops with military surround the town mac." Judge George Gray of Delaware, stamps involving several hun red dol

taJ: are preparing to attack and ijpcsslhle regarding the scope of the arbitration. Jars A wholesale whisky firm sold
retake the position. Fight. Jchn M. Parity! Is Invested With VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON ol Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 of
This statement was the result of an five barrels of whisky to a saloonkeep JN 1 the
the Pallium. Chapter 4SSS. Laws of Florida.
!lug ith the rebels is in progress In exmitive session of the board held York 13.-With all the er. Th.. whisky was delivered and Third day nf Stptember, .I. D. lyij IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT J. E.
the district of Dibra. where it appears late l last! night Judge Gray said that Now August left en the pavement In front of the I will apply to Honorable Robert Bullock purchaser ol UK certificate No. 2 j* V

that th<* Albanians are attacking Buiparian ceremonial which the Roman Catholic County Judge in and for Marion County. State dated the 2d day of July. A. D. I.VM. and certificates .
the following matters would be consid. church festal occasions I store The proprietor's pet goat ate of Florida at his office In Ocala, in said county. Nos. U7 <8. dated the 1st- day- # of lulv.-

villages. ered as within the boards scope: I : assumes on the revenue stamps off the heads of for an order authorizing me, as Guardian of 1901,has filtdraia certificates in my office: and
The insurgents continue to devastate the Most Rev. John M. Farley arch I the miner heir of the estate of Harriet Copp has mlde for tax deed to issue in accordance -
I Tight hour days; 5 cents advance In I the barrels and soon after a govern deceased to sell at prfvat-- sale the following with law. said certificates embrace
the district of Koritza and have cap behop: of the New York 'diocese was the following described situated in
miners' wages on the ton, with cllrre- ment Inspector inspected the whiskyand property belonging to said estate. to-wit: property
l tured Important Turkish supplies 01! Invested with the pallium a't the han 19 All that certain lot or piece of ground situate Marion county. Florida. twit:
spending increase in provfcSocs. More or less severe fight. of the Most Rev. Mgr. Diomedes Fal- He thereupon confiscated the stale of Florida. more particularly described as (ion 9 east hall of northeast quarter except

.. inj is reported in the districts! of Kas- monthly pay days; prices paid for dead I conio. apostolic delegate to the United follows: Commencing at the southeast corner of SOutheast quarter of southeast quarter of northeast .
or narrow work; differential in machine whisky lot one [iJ.] of block twenty-bit [26] of the old qualter section 15 and southeast quarter tif
tcria and Florina. Three hundrei States in St. Patrick's cathedral to- The proprietor explained that the survey of the town of Ocala.and running thence northwest quarter except commencing iso yardseast
surgents ire assembled on the heights and pick mining; minimum number day. north thirty-cine [395] feet and eight ['S] inches. of souinwest corner of southeast quarter of
wf days to be worked each month; goat ate the stamps. The Inspector thence west to the line dividing lots one and northwest quarter section 13. township 13, range
between Gievgveli and Yenija Twen- Every effort had been made to enhance drrl.neil: to accept this explanation. After two of block twenty-six. thence southwardly 23, thence est 220 yards north no }ardii west
Mussulmen have been readjustment of day wage scale; ctfJcreatlal along said line thirty nine: [39J] feet eight [tSl] no }ards.SilO yds all in township 13, range 13.
ty-ssi peasants the and splendor of the
between Pratt mines and the dignity a conference it was agreed to kill inches thence east along the south boundary of The said land beingass at the date of the

nijcfacred In the vilage of Zivernini!, I I ceremony. The cathedral Itself emerg. the.goat and examine Its stomach to lot one to the southeast corner. the p tnt of beginning issuance of cerifiL'te the name ol
other dices. unknown F. J. Steele F. V. Vales
having erected thereon a two story
tear Ferlope, by the insurgents. S: las from the solemn mourning it'wora locate the missing revenue stamps in frame dwelling; house said certificates shall be redeemed accordol ta

gent military precautions have rin'I'| On considering! an advance in the a fort-tight ago for the late pontiff Loo I order to protect the saloonist from a Said land belonging to th. estate of said Harriet law, tax deed will issue thereon t'"
wages Judge Gray said that the sliding I Copp deceased to be sold for the best interest day ol beptember. A. I), 1903.
taken in the town of Uskub to prevenl XIII was: decorated with flags. heavy fine. of said minor heir. V Witness my official signature and seal this the

threatened dynamite outrages. fcalo will be taken up both in minimum I The priests and laymen composing This ith dayof July, 1901. Stb day of August. A. I). 1903.
j\\IF.S: K.COTTREL Guardian. S. T.
and maximum.: 731 SISTRtSI
I. the guard of honor assembled in the Big Refrgerator! Consolidation 8 14 Clet k Circuit Court ) C.1'
At the conclusion of this statement
MASSACRE IS FEARED. i diocesan house and marched to the Chicago August 13.-A 100000.1
J. W. McQueen, vice president of the NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.
:arch episcopal residence, where the combne has Just been effected* by te NOTICE

..1 Intervention' of Powers Can Alone Pr. Sic Sheffield Steel aai Iron comp I jnektes joined them. consolidation: of the Hammond refrig!

vent Disaster. ny. again: took the witness stand for I When Archbishop Farley, aster the eraior. the Anglo-American' refrigera- OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UN- ol Application for Tax Deed Union Section 8 of
I .1.M der and virtue of final decree enteredon
by a
Sofia, Bulgaria August 13.-The Bulgarian the cperators. He eaid the output of to", the Kansas City march" from the arch episcopal residence the I7th day of july A. D 1903 by the Hon. \

foreign office has received very his romplnrl.'J due to the opening I reached the main entrance of I OmUia Packing and St. Louis Dressed W. s Bullock.judge of the circuit court ol the \ IS m RB\GI'FS THAT JOSEPH
th Judicial circuit of I'lorida, Marion
flsquieting news from its agent at Us- of new mines Reganlla company i t l3cef and Provisli companies' car in in a certain cause therein pending county. \\ btanaland Certificate No.
the cathedral he was met by the Her i cqancery 1237 dated the 4th day of Nov. \. D. has
Ink The Mussulmans there are daily! stores, he said that only the best goods I Father N. J. Lavelle rector of the ca- : lines; under the name of the aUon- wherein Charles S. Shooter is complainant and filed said certificate in my office and ha II
Emma Long. Stonewall Long and J. H. Hicks
ptleiing: in the mcsque, and it is frarli > were handled at the lowest practicable tteJral. wto presented a crucifix to al Car Line. The general offices will) are defendants. The undersigned special master application with law. Said for tax certificate deed to embraces issue in accordance the follow

that a massacre of the Christiana prices. that his company does not be in Chicago. The officers:. are: PresIdent in chancery named and appointed in said ino described property situated in Marion
him to kiss. He also blessed
was I final decree to execute the same. will on
11 traffick In store checks, and that credit : : J. P. Lyman vice president. S.I I county. Florida to-wit:
Impending.: with! holy water and license.: I ; Monday. the -th day September. A. D. goj, North half of north hal of southeas quarter

Officials: here express the belief! that is cxt nded to thrifty mine1"lid The then A. McLean; secretary and treasurer between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m, and 2 section 31, township 15, 24.
I procession passed down o'clock ,, frontofthe south door of the The said land assessed at the date oi the
tre intervention of the aloe declared that lat year's wage scale J D. Standlsh. p. in in bell
powers I issuance ot such cate in the name of
th* middle aisle! and when the main court house in Ocala. Marion county. Fbrida. Frui
can prevent a disaster. was tot equitable. especially in the I II offer for sale. and will sell to the highest and Moses. tnlrs said certificate shall r.
altar was Cached the choral of recep. deemed according to law, lax deed will issue
The most astonishing feature of the I matter of day wages. He did not be- Purchases Grand View Park. best bidder for cash the mortgaged premises
thereon on the 12th D. 1901
I ton! was! sting anJ the archbishop took mentioned and described in said final decree dayoffptembr.A.
lUastioa here Is the remarkable quietude Ueve that any furnace could make tion3r New York August 13.3-charles G. to-wit: Witness my official sal this the
his seat on the throne. Fractional block numbered ot Cline's addition 3rd day of August, A. U. 1903.S .
with which the have i/.30 ton. and aded that thera tobacco dealer of 15 .
). people re- per After pontifical mass celebrated by Emory, a wealthy to the city of (Ocala according to plat on T. SISTRCNJC
ceived the news of the fresh fl/h-tini are 8<'.000 tons of iron on the furnace I I this city, has purchased Granii' View record in Plat book ".0\," page 58.in the office of 7 3 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co.. Fla.
'1 Bishop John J. O'Connor of Xewark the clerk of the circuit couit. same being in the -- --- -- .
i in Macedonia. The whole outbreak yards in the district. Judge Gray Park, an Island in the St. Lawrence northeast quarter ot the northwest quarter of
and a sermon by Bishop B. J, Me-
came as a great surprise even to the asked the witness many questions roEsrding I river 20 acres In extent which will section IS. m township K south range it east, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL
Quaid, of Rochester the papal bull of and containing 61-100 of an acre. lying and being
local revolutionary committees which he turned free sanitarium for
iron prices and production. jnto a in Marion countv. Florida or so much
appointment! was read by Father La-
ire tot prepared for so early a risIng. since the selling price of iron govern poar: children. Mrs. Emory will be thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy said !
vell Then came the of decree and costs.
In spite of the stirring appeals of thE the wages of coal miners under the the I loading spirit in the work. Before 24-03 T. E. BIGGS, NOTICE is HERKBV CIVKN THAT THE
the papal blessing, the Imposition of Master executor ot the last will and
committees little popular enthu her to Mr. Emory she
\ ot no system practiced In this state. marriage was testament of JOHN A. COLE deceased wUI on
ilasm !Is: the the pallium by Mgr. Falconio, assisted :Mrs. Irene S. Boynton wealthy California .
apparent not even among a the 25th 'liM of JauMim A. if t.

20,000 Macedonian residents; of Sofia. ANTI-JEWISH RIOTS. by RL Rev. Mgr. John Edwards, widow.To NOTICE. make final settlement of his acco'mlsnd 1 apply

How long this condition will last de an address by the clergy an address for final discharge. Such final settlement .*lapplication

pends upon the (developments In llace- Report Made By British Coeul Gen by 4he laity and a reply by ArchbishopParley. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec Marion county to be at made Ocala.to Honda the county Judge f

dcnia. At present the center of the tion 8. of Chapter 4bb. Laws of Florida."VOTICE 7246m J. M. UDDKLL

: eral at Odessa. Whom it Concern.In IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT LUIGI _..__ .nnm.__.__....._...... ._ ._ ___
dIsturbances! is Xlonaatir, a long way Lr-ndon. August 13.:: -A dispatch from may 1'. Taffaletti purchaser of Tai certificate No

off. Should the rising spread to the CASE OF MAMIE DeCRIST. the minutes of the of 14<;6, dated the 3rd day of October. A. D. iSo 13. NOTICE:
the British consul general at Odessi pnweings
has filed said certificate in my office and has
tilayet: fo Uskub and come near tcthe forwarding the report made by the the board of )ublie instruction, I made application for tax deed to issue. in accor

Bulgarian frontier! it is probablethat Irvestigation Begun of Sensational dance with law. Said certificate embraces the IS HEREBY GIVEN TOV.. U.
British! vice consul at Odessa, V. Bo- I wrote three signer of the Mclnto-h following described property situated in Marion NOTICE
the population of Bulgaria will Whipping at Prison Farm. Florida. to wit: south half of southwest : and all person iotere"te. that a
sanquet, who was sent specially to petition a..k that th .ir name he county. suit has been instituted in county
tecoaie aroused. MUledgeville. Ga.. August 13.-The quarter section 15. township 15. range 21. court of Marion FIends byatli ja V
Kisbeneff to obtain the facts regarding of the I erased from petition and uot "theignerl" .The said land being! a'ess"d.at..lhe. .. date of( in favor of W.cun j. Chambers dang _
Investigation alleged brutality I me i-suance 01 Mien certificate in me name 01
the recent anti-Jewish riots there, U The take under the tyle and name of the \V, J.
publisher nn-
LOBBY I as Henning L and I Co. Unless said certificate c
cf Assistant Superintendent Allagood, hers shoe Company. the bin day V
shall be redefined according to law. tax deed o J.
published! today. wa an error of the Ire?:'\. A D. 1903.
of th* state prison farm In the whipping I } will issue thereon on the 2<;th day of August A. said
And the W. D Morton and all
Hears With Amusement Sum. Air. Bosanquet's report, which Is dat W. D. CARX, D igo;. inereted penw*
of Miss Mamie DeCris a female are hereby required to to MM
ed July 28. generally agrees with the \\it ness my official signature and seal this the before the county judge apr.
mary Bribery Charges. prisoner here, was begun this morning (Secretary. 2ist day of July A. D. 1903. acton. Florida. on I
stores! of the occurrences cabled to S. T. SI5TRCNK.
Atlanta August;; 13.In the house under the supervision of State Prison 7 24 Clerk Circuit Court :Marion Co. Fla. )['II'/!. dir ; dl'U nf .r/fcmfcr.. A. I,
of the Associated Press. It says: .
representatives just before the aijoarument harden Jacob Moore. I NOTICE judgment 11 be given in said cause .
The area of the disturbances comprised of the said 1
. of the afternoon session .J.Cham1rs.mont. .
Evidence, which was submitted be recovered$ <

yesterday was! read the report of the two-thinJs of the town of Kish- I agaInst Miss! DeCris was not substantiated of AopHcation for Tax Deed Under Section S of NOTICE. \\ituessmy hand 5 county SUIt al the j
special ineff. The murders all occurred oa seal of the said court on this the sh day V
) joint committee appointed to by other witnesses. Chapter 4SSS. Laws of Florida A. D. 1903 0 JI.:

l&Testigate the Monday, the second day of the distur Notice Application for Tax Deed Under Sec seal of R.BlL'10 .
) charges of lobbying In her own sworn statement Miss VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENTHAT NAThAN [ ] County Judge Fla.NOTICFOF .
.L k the general assembly. bances. They were perpetrated by ., Mayo. tmrchaser of Tax: Certificate No. tion S. of Chapter 4S\ Laws of Florida .--
DeCris stated that Allagocd had made : 4026 dated the 5th day of August A. l). IS HEREBY GIVEN TH.\ CH."S.
S Great Interest was manifested- band of rioters In different parts of improper proposals to her and that I j 1901, ha* filed said :certificate in my office and NOTICE purchaser of Tax Certificate No APPLICATION FOR LEAVE

the report and when Chairman Joh.n the town. Many believe they wera !I has made.Application lor tax deed to issue in 2000 dated the 6th day of August. A. t 1900. TO SELL MINOR'S LAND.
he lad afterward threatened her not accordance with law. .aid certificate embraces has filed said certificate in my office and has
?a!. Slaton, of the committee cm the th-i work of organized companies, to ever speak of his actions. ':1! the following:described property situated made application for tax deed to issue in accordance -

r Pit of the house presented it as "the which fact argues in favor of a prearranged I in Marion county. Fla.. to wit with law Said certificate embracesthe NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT OX TiE
I II I! Lot P Calduell ub of southwest part of Al following descrioed property situated in of August. A U. 1903. I
report of a privileged committee" the | conspiracy to exterminate Migration of N'groes. I INew varez Grant township 15. range 22. Manon county. Flonda to-wit: southwest ply to Kou Robert Bullock count judge w ap
.. The said land bei d the date of the of the northeast section and for
i as e5*: at quarter quarter 19 Marion State of Flonda. at
wnvereatlon coulty.
that had been general the Jews. If this belief Is not ac- York, .August 12.-Through an I 1 issuance of such certificate in the name of township 17. range 23. i.isoftice in Ocala. in said county for an order

a the floor during the passage of cer/ted, the riots must be attributed organized movement by the Rev. J. H..I|I I Mrs.I Kate Orr. Vnless said certificate The said land being assessed at the date of authonzing me. as guardian oi the estate of
r senate I shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed the issuance of such certificate in the name ol WILLIAM PBESTON HOLLY to sell at pn"ate
rI kills ceased and every member to the articles In the Bessarabets, Henry Duckr 'Y. of Cambridge Mass., I Irooooo j 1 will issue thereon on the igtk day of sept. A. Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed sale the following prope.-ty belonging to said

I ilHeced Intently to the reading of the anti-Semitic organ In Kishineff, will have emigrated D. ioo3. according to law. tax deed will-.-lIe estate to-wit: South three quarters of east bait
th negroes Witness my official signature and seal this the thereon on the 2>th day of Augui. A D. 1903 of southeast quarter ot section 10. and north
, tpaper by Clerk John T. Bolfeuillet. to the unfounded report of the Jewish I from the south to points between this 8th day of Aug., A. D. 1903. Witness my official signature and seal this the wet quarter ot northwest quarter of section *4.

Special Interest was manifested Inthat the &. r. !'oISTRl" K. 2ist day of July, A. D. 1903- and au undivided half interest in south
priest to
murder of a city Boston and Providence within 814 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. S. T. SISTkt; K. quarters of southwest quarter of section tutt

portion of the report which dealt wine drunk early on Monday and to I three years san a special dispatch 7 24 Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla. north half of northeast quarter ol I..

f ; :1'itl1 w- the testimony of Representative the belief which seems to have grown j from Tro,-, N. Y. The work of ar. NOTICE. quarter northeast of quarter section 15.of and northeast southwest quaiter of o
D. i
t Mills of Cherokee relative to with the continued inaction of the authorities ranging for the migration has been NOTICE. tion 15 all in township 15 south range 23 east, V.
: the otter of $500 for His influence containing 250 acres more or less,lying in Marion .
that the latter wished the ned on secretly by the Northeasternand (. county. Florida. to be sold for the best in-
Igan! t the child labor bill. and anOther massacred had State of Florida Connty Marion.District No.t Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Sec- terestof said minor heir.
Jews to be or even ordered Western Immigration Society of
, time what amounted to an of- 1 Civil Action. tion S.Chapter 4';5s. Laws of Florida. This 13th day of July 1903. ALEX HOLLY
It. Apparently a feeling exist 1'hlchlr.. Duckrey Is president The 717 Guardian.
f.r of $100 If he would change his vote 1 1 Mrs. T. J. Barnes vs. Clarence E. Tracey TVTOTICE\ : IS HERERY GIVEN THAT MRS
for ed among the lower classes that the money is said to have been subscribed J.'4 u.T. Burke. purchaser of tax certifies No. ..

, t.: dee speaker.as to criminal This was lobbying the only which evi-- Jews ought not to be In a majority iiKisb by wealthy men and women who believe I mo A and CLARENCE all others whom E. TRACY.it may DEFENDANT concern vou has'3;;.filed 1379 said dated certificates the ist day in my ot Julv office A; and D. 1901 has NOTICE.

S the Ineff. 'I that this scheme is the safe and are hereby notified that a wnt of garnishment made application for tax deed to issue in ac-
I has been issued in the above cause, and that
committee found and owing to the ccrdance with law. said certificate s embracethe
bet that The local authorities took no effective sure solution of the negro problem. your money in the hands ot the following described property situ?ted in Notice of Application for Tai D Under Ste8 -
tone of the guilty partle3 Line railroad
. Atlantic Coast has heen
step to stop the riots. The soIl company Marion county, Fla. to-wit: East half of north .Chapter 4SSs Laws of Flonda.
Could be identified by Mr. Mills! or garnesheed; and that unless you appear before halt of lot 2. section 20. and southwest quarter
p otters, the diers were passive If not sympathetic: Formerly Lived In Montgomery. said court on or before the except lot 13 Hyde Park section 21 all in town -\TOTICEISHEREBYGIYENTHATP. M.
committee made no recom- 4th iluy of Seoteml.cf A. D. ryol: The said land being assessadat .1.\ Brown. purchaser of tax certificate No
mectators. Montgomery, Ala., Augustt 11.-!Mr* ship 15 range 22.:
__ dated the of
endatloa 3403. 1st day July A. D. hj
regarding! It. Some amuse- vMost judgment by default will be entered againstyou. the date of the issuance of such certificates lathe 191
0p Peculiar Case Glover who filed said certificate in my office, and made
sent Henry attempted to commit MRS. THOi. J. BAKNE name of Unknown and Laurence Huebner.
0p. was manifested the of for deed accordance
on part application tax to issue in
shall be
Unless said certificate
tht York August 13.-Bernard Co. suicide in Chicago last night had 7 24 Plaintiff according -
L numbers during the reading of NCTT to law. tax deed wi'l issue theron on the with law. Said certificate embraces the following

t! .1pCrtion hen 13 years of age has Just been formerly lived in this city under tile 2Mb day of August A. D. 1903. described prop situated in Manon county
of the report and there Witness official signature and seal this the Florida, Orange grove tract 1(4
p.I : '"II'It times considerable Indulgence discharged from a hospital where he name of Marie Gordon. Her real name WANTED-SEVERAL INDUSTRIOUS PER- 22nd day ot my July A D. 1903. Silver Springs Park less 30 feet.
sons in each state to travel for house established The said land being assessed at the date cf
lighter.At has been suffering from a blood clot 1 it said to have been :Mary: Little, and eleven years and with a large capital to call Clerk Circuit Court 5. T.Manon bISTRUNK.Co.Fla. the issuance ot such certificate in the name of

. : .. the conclusion of the reading of on the brain. After an operation It she was from Mwphresboro, TeniL, upon mercnants and agents tor successful and 7-24 Unknown. t'nle said certificate.. shall be redeemed -
profitable line. Permanent engagement. Weekly according to tax deed will issue
(' rl'J report Representative E. R. one, was found Cohen's memory and power where it Is said her parents are quite cash salary of Sit and all traveling expensesand thereon on the 21st I. Algnst A. D I9.

*_ Dougherty of speech were gone. The doctors She left Montgomery for hotel bills advanced in cash each week. FOIETSHONEYHCAStops Witness my ofcl& seal
I moved that an appro- prominent Experience not essentiaL Mention referenceand 13th dayof D. 1903. .
W Uoa of 90 cents be made from say he will have to learn anew Chicago two weeks ago. eaclose self-addressed envelope. THE 7-17 S. T. SISTa -.
we KATIONAM,334 Dearborn St. Chicago. 5-i-l6 the cough and heal hangs Clerk Circuit Court. Manon Co. Fla.w .
. ,L g treasury to pay the expenses of how to talk. i ,, _--.. ,

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I Blacks and Whites Have Encounter -
In North Carolina. "
Charlotte, N. C., August .-As the
result of five shots fired at as many
t white men, in Long Creek township,
I r Monday, by Charlie Shuford, a negro, Sr ABE JAKE :3r
Alexander Auten is dying In Dr. Mon
I r:i roe's hospital, in Davidson; Charlie
Lawlng is painfully! wounded In the
,. right arm and side, and John Lowing: E TEA POT GROCERY
is painfully, If not seriously, wounded
In his right arm. tlb-'
i i Charles Phillips and Mr. Dtley, the
I r t two other members of the party of O
I t five, escaped Injury, though both were -
I I shot, the balls striking some parts
I I of their clothing. f0
! The fire men were all In one wagon

,f Rock'returning Springs.from the camp meetingat <#- :: "" :._' _.o- _.- 7.-_:" .:' o;:::.',,' :.:; _- -::.- _.::. ..;" ,-.: ::. :-.tit.-::':.-.:-.;:.;:. !_:.:t<.i ---f.. : : ;'.::711't? 4; ,*"""l.: -.i... -.",,,- b: ''IIDTH

j John Lawlug, one of the injured .
! men, came to Charlotte in order to

I,f t i! I L f"I; LawIng Shuford have two the men attack warrants went and said on before to Charles sworn the be guilty Squire five out Holmes men for of S. Charles making IL Hilton Mr.the I r TTEAPOT T RKrR }S1.NT 1 D l N il jnr\ \Tpn I "v Hill T !

: and secured papers and Sheriff
Wallace mailed them to the sheriff cl
1- Gaston county. Both the negroes
r named in the warrant live on the edge
t of Gaston and it Is said that both are
bad characters.
In speaking of the trouble Mr. Law- .-
ing states that he nor any one of fill I
party provoked the negroes to such I Our Mr. Brown leaves forE
r violent acts; that they met In the I buyer, Jake Sunday
road and that hia party gave (jthemI I_
more than halt of the highway, still a '
the buggy occupied by tie ran

the against some two angry their vehicles words wagon.locked to be The, thus passed.wheels causing!of I I I I Northern Markets and will spend several weeksin f 3E --1'


Horribk Dougherty Accident to County.Little Girl In I New York and other places buying staple andfancy .-

t Albany, Ga., August 12.-Littte Annie
'I -J-
Woolen, the "'rear-1d Caagfcter I fi.- '.- .-."
: < of Colonel and 'Mrs. D. L Wootan. of
: East Dougherty, was the victim of a I trade.Mr.
horrible and perhaps fatal accident groceries supply our increasimg -.
r while visiting at the home of bet
grand parents Mr. and Mrs. George -
, :Merck, who live near Colonel Woo

: ten.where The an old little negress girl was was playing doing some near I Brown expects to buy a more complete stockof .

washing for the Merck family; and
I when she was called to dinner by her
grandmother she turned, in going to
the house, to say something to the
negress. She began walking back.. fancy goods this year than ever before. '
-; wards and before she could be warned ,
of her danger she had fallen into '

a washpot of boiling water. : .._ ...d''o'. : ::: -' -r :::tt"T: .',O:" .- !ffi ::. ,h_' .Jr1'pJ'mJ !::M".l ll '<.t !;: =:zf} ",.rX M
Despite the promtpness of the cld
regress the little girl's body and legs | I -f
were terribly burned before she was -
rescued. Physicians are working hardto dCi1r
save her life, but they entertain praa

tlcally AIRSHIP no hopes EXPERIMENT.Dr. of her recovery.. -- ;( WATCH THIS AD FOR NEW ARRIVALS, Oid :;;

Greth Makes Ascension at San 44
Francisco, Cal. i- I -4
'. San Francisco, August 12.-The Examiner -

says that Dr. August Greth, .. ,... ,.. ,.. .. _., .,. ..,... ....._ .. ..... ... .... .. ...,... ._. .
A3 aeronaut of 20 years' experiencehas -..'._-.M_-... -'.-'..." .n._-., 0" _'.. "-__._'_--_.0 .-,---_ ._ ..0.---""" :--. '.' a.,,'.",r-ar,, --.....-.'-..-. .-.11...-.+...J. ;; --""'" ""'(--l> "_- _: .. ,'''''+' ''"'_'- ''''_'''''' .O "' a:
jusst made an ascension from this
city in the balloon or airship which 4 '-
be has constructed.

claimed connections He control did that and not with the cut that balloon the loose he steered was ground from fully cable it but under up. RE TRIP Tij If Y Hi\ -4

and down, back and forth, and aroundat
will. Three times, it Is said, the
chip ascended and descended, itr. J
flight In the stiff breeze being considered -
a triumph by the Inventor and 4FR
those who, saw it. Dr. Greth, who i ia is -d
native of France and a graduate
of the University of California, was -
accompanied in his flight by CaptaInT
S. Baldwin and a number of other 6-
people. The inventor is in, hopes r- -4 I

that Santos he Dumont.will be the in a Brazilian position aeronaut to meet Don't forget the Free Trip to New York. With every 50c. cash

and compete with him in the aerial
races at the St. Louis exposition. .4

T MINERS AND OPERATORS. t purchase we give you a ticket which. will entitle you to enter the

Second Day's Session of Arbitration .4J

Biimingham Board,at Ala.Birmingham., August 12.-iAl contest for tl1e ''free trip Each and every ticket holder has an equal

of the the opening arbitration of the second board day's which session is assembled fr,: -_i'-"'" ::-.'..r.';f.. ""\"'-0""1'1"i., .

the to Alabama settle the coal differences miners and between E opportunity of getting this delightful trip. One person will be sent

operators on wages and other questions 2
i a large attendance of miners,

operators George Gray and others of Delaware was present.chairmanof Judge from Ocala, You may be the lucky one, All tickets must be
the board, was on hand promptly, r -
and called the board
to order.

of The the hearing miners with of the regard testimony to the on com part : mailed to r Industrial Record Contest Committee Jacksonville Fk

missocary systems, or company storesat -
the mines, which began yesterdayafternoon +4
was continued. A numberof IE 1 August 20th, .
miners took the witness stand and
testified with regard to the workings I .4
1 of the system, in order to support the bi:.,<,, Ii 17 11
contention of the miners for semi
monthly pay day system, is detrimental .44
to their welfare. The miners' witnesses .
testified that under the existing .4
system, the men have to trade at the
company stores whether it is to theiradvantage
: to do so or not. The purchasing
power of the store checks,
their use and discount value, were all
gone into, and Chairman Gray asked THE TEA POT GROCERY.
the witnesses many Questions in orderto .1
draw out the facts. The examination f
on this line consumed the entire

morning session.r BROWN & BRO, Proprietors -w

Union Declared a Ballure. r
Chicago, August .-The cooperative
union who have been running Sic
laundry have been forwarding discouraging
- reports to the members of the
organization. The end came yester
\'la111&11 thA place was clwed.

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